Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 23
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Eddi Bad product
I have spent half a day trying to install a tenth of guards. Have managed to install ... just one! Hinges are pure designed and do not hold at all. My gutters are just three years old!
September 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by missyardworker Amerimax Hinged Gutter Guards
I tried to install the Amerimax Hinged Gutter Guards after the 7 year old hinged gutter guards got rusty...The 2 products looked identical...The new gutter guards were difficult to install because the roof shingles were baked on top causing a slope in the roof shingles laying on the gutter guards...The new gutter guards would not fit under the shingles neatly without replacing all the curved shingles along the edge of my roof that extended over the old rusty gutter guards...I was forced to use a different product.
September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tom Gutter covers
Nice covers.third clip in the middle of each one would've been really nice good product
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Klasrad Solid Protection at a Good Price
The contractor-installed gutter guards can't even begin to compete with these. The contractor guards are very expensive, have a variety of flawed designs, and are outrageously priced. Got an estimate from Leaf Filter for $2,300 to do my whole house. The guards had super-fine holes that would impede water flow, they are partly made from vinyl, they require drilling holes in the gutters, and the price is ridiculous. Their warranty guarantees no clogs in the gutters, but provides no guarantee that debris will not pile up on top of their guards blocking water flow into the gutter.
These gutter guards from The Home Depot are solidly constructed all-metal, they attach with miniature hinges to the ends of the shingles (no holes or tools for installation), they are made in the U.S.A., and for about $100 I could do my whole house! Best installation technique is to miter cut the guards at inside corners near valleys, and overlap and stagger the three-foot sections top-bottom-top-bottom, etc., so getting access to any small section of gutter requires lifting just one section or three sections. This is a well-made, well-designed product that saves money big-time. The down-spout strainers are also well made and effective. Highly recommend.
August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Matt Very good quality
Some times you have to change a product to better suit your needs. I had seamless gutters so clips
did not fit well on inside of gutter. Also I did not like the idea of the screen laying on the roof. I screwed the screen on a 4X4 and used the edge for a guide. With a jig saw and metal blade I cut off 1 inch,
lengthwise. This way the screen fit under the roof drip edge and the other side against the gutter
inside. The gutter hanger acted as a support. The screens were overlapped 1 inch And attached to each other with #12 sheet metal screws.
October 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed Don't waste your time and money
Purchased about a year go. Installation was fine but after a year- we have gutters full of leaves and 3 birds nests. They don't work. Since they simply rest in the roof -debree is rushed into gutter with water by pushing the guard upward slightly and there are gaps on the end that anything can go in or out. If there is a significant wind they will flip open. Cleaning the gutters us less work than dealing with these. Would return them if we could!! Save your money we wasted nearly $135 on these.
May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Perfect fit
Was easy to install and fit a non-standard 5" gutter used as a structural member for pool cage construction. I also have a 7" similar gutter on my pool cage and wish there was a guard of the appropriate size for it.
April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NickyD Just installed these and will add more after the fall
Bought 3 boxes and installed them today, so I can't review yet as to how they keep the gutters clean but I will come back and write a review after the fall. I did not install as per manufacturer, many reviews said that the hinges would blow the guard open. I did follow others advice as to flattening the guards and slipping them under the first layer of shingles. See pictures. I also recommend buying a box of self tapping screws and screwing in the guards every so often or when you can not clip the gaurds onto the gutter. I actually overlapped each piece and added a screw to hold down both pieces at the overlaps. Wear gloves, I did not and my hands look like they went through a meat grinder. 150' took me about 5 hours, stopping after every piece to move the ladder and level it off.
August 27, 2013