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GUTTER HELMET : AMERICA’S #1 CHOICE FOR GUTTER PROTECTION
Since 2001, homeowners throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin have trusted Gutter Helmet of Minnesota for gutter protection products that are superior to the rest. Our maintenance-free gutter covers have a multi-patented design that was invented more than 30 years ago and has helped countless homeowners keep their gutters free of debris. Gutter Helmet features a bull-nose edge that is specially coated to efficiently channel heavy loads of rain water into your gutters while keeping out leaves, twigs, seed pods, asphalt shingle granules, and more.
There are many benefits to having a gutter protection system installed on your home. By channeling rainwater into your gutters while sloughing away debris, Gutter Helmet helps ensure that your gutter system never gets clogged, and can continue to do its job effectively year after year. Diverting rainwater away from your home is a crucial part of protecting it from the costly and unpleasant effects of water damage, such as landscape erosion, insect infestation, and the growth of mold and mildew that can infiltrate attics, basements, and open wall spaces. Moreover, once Gutter Helmet is installed on your home, you’ll never have to climb a tall ladder to perform the potentially dangerous task of cleaning your gutters again. In fact, if your gutters ever do clog after we’ve installed our gutter guards, we will come to your home and clean your gutters ourselves – guaranteed.
Our rain gutter system is made of a textured surface, allowing rainwater to cling to the surface as it flows downward. The edge of each of our gutter guard systems is curved and extends past the edge of the gutter to allow rainwater to flow naturally into the gutter system while keeping debris out of your gutters.