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LeafGuard of North Georgia is a proud member of the LeafGuard by Beldon Group. LeafGuard by Beldon is a family owned and operated company, which offers simply the very best gutters and legendary customer service. LeafGuard gutters

are custom made and manufactured in the USA. The small company that started in the shadow of World War II has since grown into a third-generation family business with a staff of more than 250 employees all dedicated to bringing the best

of the business and themselves to their valued customers and communities. LeafGuard by Beldon’s growth is simple: provide the very best product with the very best customer service. Very Best? You bet! Here´s Why...

-LeafGuard´s patented one-piece design allows rainwater to cling to the hood and fall into the gutter, while leaves and other debris fall to the ground.

-LeafGuard not only looks better, but also functions better than add-on gutter covers and screens.

-LeafGuard's one-piece hood and gutter are formed from a single piece of aluminum eliminating problems with gutter attachments and color matching.

-LeafGuard is not attached into your roof which causes damage and warranty violations associated with two-piece systems.

-LeafGuard Brand gutters are securely fastened to your fascia board with hidden, non-corrosive, internal hangers.

-LeafGuard is made from aluminum that is 20% heavier than standard gutters.

-LeafGuard features larger downspouts, that are also 30% thicker than standard gutters.

-LeafGuard´s exclusive ScratchGuard® paint finish, won´t chip, peel or crack, and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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