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Gutter Guards

Why Choose RainDrop® Gutter Guard?

RainDrop® provides gutter protection like no other gutter guard available. Every aspect of the RainDrop® Gutter Guard is essential in it's goal to provide a maintenance free & self-cleaning gutter protection system, far more advanced than anything available on the market today.

Since RainDrop® was first installed in the Spring of 2000, there have been zero complaints filed by the Better Business Bureau.

Fits on Every Home

RainDrop® is the most versatile gutter guard available.

  • Works on every roof style
  • Fits both 5″ and 6″ gutters
  • Can be modified to fit 4″ to 10″ gutters.

The "Flex-Flange" makes RainDrop® highly adaptable to work for every situation.

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Gutter Guards on Several Roofs

Handles ALL the Water

Handles all the water

The RainDrop® Gutter Guard can handle any amount of water from the worst downpour.

Even high-volume valleys are no problem, which is where other products tend to struggle.

Strong, Durable & Long Lasting

RainDrop® is made from its own unique blend of polypropylene.

This special blend of polypropylene and UV stabilizers can and will withstand the harshest storms, hottest climates and coldest seasons imaginable.

For more information on Polypropylene, read this article: "What is Polypropylene?" by Todd Johnson

Unmatched GutterGuard Strength

Virtually Invisible

Virtually Invisible

From the street, the RainDrop® Gutter Guard is virtually invisible!

It is black, so it looks like nothing more than a shadow at the roof line; unlike those big, bulky solid hood covers.

Control Ice Problems

RainDrop® Gutter Guards heat up from the sun during the cold months, naturally melting snow and ice to keep water flowing into the gutters year round.

This has a lot to do with the black color of the gutter guard absorbing the heat from the sun.

*Heat cables may need to be added in problem areas where ice is really a problem, usually on a north facing part of the home that does not receive much sun in the winter.

Control Ice Problems