Clogged gutters are a problem many homeowners often deal with. It doesn’t take much to cause clogging of gutters. It typically starts with pine needles or leaves blocking the downspout. This will cause other debris to dam up, and before you know it, you have overflowing clogged gutters. They can cause water damage to the roof, house walls and foundation. Overflowing gutters promote dampness and mold growth.
Gutter Cups gutter screens are designed to protect gutters from clogging and overflowing. Gutter screens stop pine needles, leaves, and other debris from clogging gutters. Rain gutter screens allow free flow of rain water even when completely covered by debris. Gutter Cups gutter screens fit end-to-end inside the gutter, forming a patented multi barrier protection gutter screen system. If debris gets past the outer gutter screen, it will be caught at the end barrier(s), protecting the downspout and gutter from clogging.
Gutter Cups gutter screens can not be seen from the street. They fit all standard residential gutters. Gutter Cups gutter guards can not be dislodged by wind, snow or ice. They are so effective, gutter cleaning frequency can be drastically reduced.
Designed and scientifically tested for the most severe debris buildup and rain conditions.
They are easy to install, no tools or clips required. Gutter Cups rain gutter screens are simply inserted into the gutter, and stacked end-to-end.
What are Gutter Cups gutter screens?
Gutter cup gutter guard is a new patented product that protects gutters from clogging.
How do Gutter Cups gutter screens work?
Gutter Cups gutter screens are stacked, end to end, inside the gutter. They protect the gutter and down spout by providing multiple barriers that stop debris, but allow rain water to flow freely.
Are Gutter Cups gutter screens visible from the street?
Gutter Cups gutter screens are placed inside the gutter. They are not visible from the street.
How effective are Gutter Cups gutter screens?
Gutter Cups gutter screens have been tested in a simulated 100 year torrential rain against competing gutter guards. Even when fully covered by leaves, or pine needles, Gutter Cups gutter screens stopped debris from entering and migrating toward the downspout. At the same time they enabled water to flow freely.
Competing products did not work nearly as well, causing downspout blockage, and gutter overflow. The reason for the Gutter Cups gutter screens superior performance is the patented multi-barrier protection system. Each gutter cup has a perforated dome at one end. When stacked end-to-end, Gutter Cups gutter screens create multiple barriers that stop debris from migrating to the down spout.
What is the cost for a typical home?
Most homes can be protected with Gutter Cups gutter screens for between $100 and $300. Many competing products require professional installation, costing thousands of dollars.
How difficult is installation?
Installation is super easy. Gutter Cups gutter screens are placed inside the gutter, under the gutter hangers, stacked end-to-end. No tools required.
Many competing products require professional installation, adding brackets, drilling gutters, adding clips, screwing screens, sliding gutter guards under shingles, and risking roof damage.
How durable are Gutter Cups gutter screens?
Gutter Cups gutter screens are made from a tough and durable UV protected polymer. They are made from a polymer extensively tested and used in the automotive industry.
How many feet should I order?
Measure the length of the gutters you wish to protect. Gutters under trees require most protection. Each gutter cup is 1.5 feet long (18 inches).
Can Gutter Cups gutter screens provide protection against pine needles?
Gutter Cups gutter screens patented multi-barrier protection system guards against pine needles, and a wide variety of leaves and other debris.
Will Gutter Cups gutter screens fit my gutters?
Gutter Cups gutter screens fit all standard residential gutters.
Will strong wind dislodge Gutter Cups gutter screens from gutters?
Gutter Cups gutter screens fit snugly under gutter hangers, and are stacked end-to-end. They are resistant to even the strongest wind.