Stainless steel mesh (surgical grade)
Strong .024 gauge aluminum
Available in 5" or 6" widths
Available in mill finish only
.440 micron opening
Handles 60 gallons of water per minute
Don’t trust your dream project to just any firm. We use a stringent, client-centric process to ensure collaboration occurs at every critical junction and that you’re informed every step of the way.
Surgical Grade Stainless Steel Micro Mesh
Our patented "hemming" process mechanically bonds the micro-mesh securely into aluminum body. This creates a strong connection that will not come apart after years of weathering. Debris will simply blow off this smooth surface. Be careful of mesh gutter guards that use glue, caulk, or crimp the mesh into the guard body because these methods have proven to fail and pull away over time when exposed to outdoor conditions. Once the mesh pulls away, debris will enter the gutters.
Our planning process is built around you. You’ll collaborate with our gutter experts to meticulously plan every detail without breaking your budget.
The planning phase happens like this:
Initial consultation between you and our gutter expert
Delivery of detailed estimate
Follow up meeting with you to answer questions and get your stamp of approval
It’s a thrill when you see your vision implemented right in front of you. Our installers are licensed, bonded, and certified. Each one must pass our rigorous internal certification.
The install phase happens like this:
Pre-install walkthrough with your gutter installer
There’s nothing more important than your house’s foundation, so we tackle every project like it was our own. This commitment to installation excellence has resulted in a list of very satisfied clients. We’d love to add your name to it.
After testing mesh sizes for a decade, we selected a surgical grade stainless steel micro-mesh with openings that are optimally sized to prevent even small debris from entering your gutter system while handling an amazing 60 gallons of water per minute. Never again will leaves, twigs, pine needles, oak tassels, shingle grit or other small debris clog your gutters.