Reasons To Install Gutter Guards

No roof is the same. So to determine the best gutter mesh for your roof, you'll need to consider your property's location, its surroundings, the likelihood of certain pests and the level of fire risk. You'll also need to factor in the weather conditions it will be exposed to, such as heavy rain, hail and snow.

a gutter full of water and leaves


Rainwater tends to pile up if your gutters are clogged. This later results in stagnant water and structural damage.

Australian possum on branch

Pests & Vermin

It's no surprise that pests and vermins would find comfort in nesting on your bare gutters.

fire in a field

Bushfire & Ember Guarding

Your roof is more susceptible to fire when piles of leaves gather on the gutters, letting embers get through your downspouts and, possibly, to your home.

hail stones on the ground with leaves and twigs.

Hail & Snow

Piled up snow and hail may puncture and damage poor-quality gutters with minimal protection.

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Rain Harvesting

A gutter mesh can be the best partner in keeping clean water if you have a rain harvesting system in your home.

man on ladder cleaning gutters


There is a risk of injury or death by climbing to the roof to clean your gutters constantly. Minimise your safety risk by improving your cleaning approach with gutter mesh.

bush with thin needle leaves

Leaf Build-up

Gutter mesh will prevent leaves from accumulating. Consider the leaf size to find the suitable mesh type for your gutters.

looking up at a man on a ladder installing gutter mesh onto a roof.

Maintenance Costs

Having a gutter mesh is a cost-effective way to maintain the excellent condition of roofs and gutters in homes and commercial properties.

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Rust & Corrosion

Minimise rust and corrosion with a steel-coated gutter mesh for your roof. You can minimise the accumulated wetness on your roof with this type of mesh.