A simple, innovative leaf guard. A large cylinder shaped brush that fills rain gutters and protects them year round. Prevents the buildup of leaves and debris while allowing water to flow.
GutterBrush is built to last and guaranteed for life.
Or get help from one of our Contractor / Installer Partners, a local handyman, neighbor, or friend with a ladder. Installing GutterBrush requires no tools, fasteners or cutting. GutterBrush installs without modification to your gutters, eavestrough, roof or sofits.
Make sure that your gutter are clear of debris and check down spouts for any obstructions. A properly working gutter system is important in avoiding expensive water damage to your home.
Fill your rain gutters end to end with GutterBrush. If you have a corner, just bend the brush to fit. If a piece is too long at the end, simply bend the brush back into itself (fold it) to fit. No need to cut GutterBrush.
Most leaves will pass right over the GutterBrush Gutter Guard. Small debris caught in the top of the brush either blows away or begins decomposing and washes through the gutter during natural weather cycles.
What about Pine Needles / Maple Helicopter Seeds, etc...?
If you have an abundance of pine needles, maple helicopter seeds or very small leaves you may see some of this debris in the top of your GutterBrush, but gutters should continue to flow.
Will I ever have to clean my gutters again?
We won't make the false promise that you will “Never Touch Your Gutters Again!” All Gutter Guards require some maintenance and this is one of the best features about GutterBrush. When any cleaning or maintenance is required, it’s as simple as removing sections of GutterBrush, shaking out any debris and sliding them back in. There is nothing fastened to your gutters or inserted under your roof shingles.
Honest Expectations - No False Promises! – Yes, some small debris may eventually collect in the top of the brush but your gutters still flow.
The GutterBrush in this photo was removed from a heavily wooded area after almost 2 years. There is some small debris in the top of the brush, but water still passes through while the bottom remains clear allowing rain gutters to flow.