LeafBlox is an easy-to-install and low maintanence gutter guard! No mechanical fastening is required! To keep leaves and debris from gathering in the gutter and obstructing the water flow, LeafBlox's brush pieces completely fill the gutter. Rainwater readily flows between the bristles and out of the downspouts because debris cannot collect together and choke the gutter outlet.
Yes, LeafBlox offers year-round gutter protection and has even been known to reduce winter gutter ice. The black UV resistant polypropylene bristles absorb heat from the sun and can aid in melting ice and snow in your gutters.
Even small accumulations of leaves, pines needles, rotten timber, bugs, and washed-out landscaping can clog gutters and cause damage or other issues. The quickest and least expensive method to stop gutter clogs is LeafBlox. No fasteners or tools are needed, and it also keeps underground downspouts free of blockages!
Yes, LeafBlox can be installed by anyone and the installation couldn't be simpler! Our DIY gutter guard may be installed by anyone who is capable of cleaning the gutters while working from a ladder. To reduce the expense of leaf guards, many individuals purchase LeafBlox and self-install it. Simply slide LeafBlox under the existing gutter brackets; bending around corners. Fold or cut the last piece and you are done. It's so easy!
LeafBlox prevents gutters from being clogged with tiny debris. Pine needles, maple seeds, and other small detritus can get stuck in the bristles' tops, but they stay suspended. Individual pieces cannot build up into clogs by themselves until they are allowed to flow down the gutter channel and clump together, which is impossible using LeafBlox. Natural cycles of wind, rain, and plenty of air movement aid in clearing the gutter guard of debris and/or hastening decomposition and breakdown. Your gutters will continue to be shielded, and water will flow without clogs. Maintenance is simple! When it is time to maintain your gutter guard, all that is required is to remove the brushes, shake them out, clean the gutter, and then replace them freshly cleaned. There is no such thing as a completely maintenance free gutter guard.