At the high end of gutter protection systems is one that, unlike others, includes the gutters themselves, designed as a component of the system. Other products, whether hoods or micro-mesh filtering systems, are added to existing gutters, doing their best to protect channels for which they were not specifically engineered. No wonder problems abound after a heavy storm.

K-Guard Gutter Systems

K-Guard gutter systems give consumers the real deal and the whole enchilada. 5-inch troughs are included, engineered to work in concert with their hoods, made of the same material in the same color. Hangers are also included and do not make contact with the roof, due consideration being given even to the height of the roof. It is easy to see that these features make K-Guard the top choice for gutter systems.

By the time new gutters, protectors, and fasteners are added to the cost of the toppers that constitute other protection systems, K-Guard gutter systems are competitively priced. Vastly superior to mix-and-match toppers that add a protection system to existing gutters, K-Guard gutter guards are more durable and more aesthetically pleasing. They essentially look like exterior crown molding.

The only gutter on the market to offer a rear drainage channel, the K-Guard gutter system gives water two ways to get in. Leaves and debris are kept out of the trough, providing a clog-free system for moving water away from the house. Because they are wider and able to accommodate larger downspouts, flushing is easier and drying faster.

Tucked under existing roof shingles, topper products eventually lift them, allowing water to get under the shingles and into the house. K-Guard gutter systems are attached directly to fascia board. Never touching the roof itself, these gutter protection systems leave roof warranties untouched as well. Cost effective, visually pleasing, and most importantly a top performer, K-Guard is the best choice a consumer can make.