Hood gutter guards may be installed one of two ways – secured under the first row of shingles on your roof, or as a single unit requiring the installation of all new gutters. No matter the type, there are many problems with hood gutter guards, making them a temporary solution, at best.
Compare the benefits of LeafFilter versus Hood Gutter Guards below.
|Keeps out All Debris|
|Low Profile Design|
|Completely Enclosed System|
|Works with Existing Gutters|
|Lifetime Transferable Warranty|
Large Holes, Gaps, or Openings
Hood gutter guards feature a large opening that runs the entire length of the gutter, allowing debris to enter and clog your gutter system.
Once installed under your first row of shingles, it will cause water to run off, damaging your landscaping and contributing to basement flooding and foundation issues.
Difficult to Clean
Once your gutters fill with debris, you’ll have to remove the hood gutter cover entirely to clean inside the gutter. This process can be time-consuming — if not impossible. You may even need to contact a professional to fix the problem for you.
No Clog-Free Guarantee
Many hood gutter guards are backed with warranties that support routine gutter cleanings. Why? They simply cannot guarantee that the gutter will remain free of debris.
Major Roof Impact
Installation may require screwing the product into your roof shingles, which will cause major water damage and can void your roof warranty.
Requires Gutter Replacement
LeafFilter: There Is No Comparison
There’s no question about it – LeafFilter is the best gutter guard on the market. The proven 3-step installation process combined with a superior product design provide unparalleled protection from the damages of clogged gutters. Even better, with a lifetime, transferable warranty, LeafFilter will provide you with peace of mind that your home – and your family – will be protected for life.