How the LeafGuard System Works
Eliminate Clogged Gutters for Your Home
LeafGuard gutters are the ideal rainwater management system for shedding debris while still allowing for redirection away from your home. It uses a fully built-in hood that covers the entire width of the top of the gutter. Even though the gutter is cover, water is still able to make its way in through the front facing entrance. The reason water is able to travel to this point is because of the principle of liquid adhesion. This process works on the principle that water molecules are attracted to the surface area of the built-in cover. It’s this attraction that forces the water to adhere to the cover. The smooth surface and rounded curvature leading into the gutter allows the water to flow freely into the gutter trough. An example of this process is when water flows over the brim of a glass and adheres to its sides to gently flow down to the base.
Science on LeafGuard’s Side
Our gutters are able to maintain the principle of liquid adhesion because the molecules of water are attracted to the surface of their built-in hood. The water adheres to the smooth, uninterrupted surface and flows along the path until it reaches curved lip where it enters the interior of the gutter. Once inside, the water hits the sharp breaking point from where it falls into the gutter trough. It is then redirected, harmlessly away from the base of your Eastern Washington home.
Clog-Free Gutters for Your Convenience
The LeafGuard system does more than efficiently redirect water away from your Eastern Washington home. It also removes the threat of gutter clogs that can cause severe damage. This is because the curved hood sheds common debris harmlessly to the ground so it stays out of your gutter system. Our confidence in this system is so great that it even has a clog-free guarantee so if it ever does clog, we personally come out to your home and clean or repair it for free. Use the physics of liquid adhesion to ensure your home is protected and invest in our LeafGuard gutters today. Contact us for your free consultation so your home never has to suffer the damages caused by pooling rainwater ever again.