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Old 06-10-2011, 06:28 AM   #16
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Some info on the gutterbrush:

Works OK. They stop all the big stuff, they dont ice damn as bad in the winter, and the clean them out all you do it pull them out, shake them and put them right back in.

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These aren't perfect...but they work pretty darn well for me....and far and away a better price/performance than those outrageously expensive alternatives out there. These can be installed pretty easily by the homeowner. An added benefit....virtually completely not visible from the ground. Some pine needles may get stuck in them over time....but better than doing nothing or spending crazy money for other alternatives...IMHO.

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Given your situation and the debris you describe? Those gutter screen things that fit over the top of the gutters will require you are up twice as often to clear them. And the plastic ones may last you a year or two.

True gutter systems like you have in mind get installed parallel to the roof line, not the the tops of the gutters. As the water and debris rushes down the roof the water stream gets separated into the gutter and the stuff keeps sailing on its way to the ground by the roof line. In theory at least.

Anyhow, you are not going to accomplish much helpful with $100 dollar or two budget in mind. Sorry.

Isn't there some hungry teenager with health and accident insurance you can pay to clear your gutters every couple of months?
First of all i want to say that i hateee gutters and thank god to http://www.ultimategutterguard.net/ ( ultimate gutter guards) service providers that give me solution of clogged gutters.
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First of all i want to say that i hateee gutters and thank god to http://www.ultimategutterguard.net/ ( ultimate gutter guards) service providers that give me solution of clogged gutters.

Interesting. How long have you worked there Ms. Jolie?
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First of all i want to say that i hateee gutters and thank god to http://www.ultimategutterguard.net/ ( ultimate gutter guards) service providers that give me solution of clogged gutters.
Say hi to brad for me mrs jolie.


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