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LeafGuard of Indiana

The Only One-Piece Covered Gutter

LeafGuard of Indiana is the original and only one-piece gutter system, with a built-in hood that covers the gutter bottom and deflects leaves and other debris. This unique, seamless design keeps debris from collecting in your gutters which:

- prevents clogs from forming; - keeps water flowing freely; - eliminates leaks and the threat of water damage; and - makes climbing ladders to clean gutters unnecessary.

LeafGuard gutters eliminate the problems homeowners worry about, and that's why we can say - With LeafGuard you can Get It and Forget It!

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Can someone provide tips on how to repair sagging gutters?
Feb 14, 2017
Hello John, I agree with Ryan's answer.  I would add that you can also pull the gutter spikes and replace them with gutter screws available at any of the big box stores.  They typically come with the ... read more
I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 30, 2015
http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/tax-credits/how-to-collect-tax-energy-credits/ I do not believe that would qualify. Only the materials qaulifies for the credit.

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