Rain Filter Gutter Filtration for 5 in. K-Style Gutters (8 4-foot Pieces)-50TMG015 - The Home Depot

Rain Filter

Model # 50TMG015

Internet # 203009078

Gutter Filtration for 5 in. K-Style Gutters (8 4-foot Pieces)

Rain Filter Gutter Filtration for 5 in. K-Style Gutters (8 4-foot Pieces)

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$49.99 / box


Model # 50TMG015

Internet # 203009078

The Rain Filter lets rain pass through its special foam filter but helps keep leaves and debris out of your gutters. This handy filter helps improve storm water management, helps prevent mold and helps keep mosquitoes from breeding in the gutters.

  • Allows large amounts of rain to pass through special foam filter and helps keep leaves and debris out of your gutters
  • Special UV coating helps protect filter from erosion
  • Helps prevent mosquitoes from breeding in gutters
  • Helps improve storm water management and helps prevent mold
  • Green-buildings reviewed and accredited
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Assembled Depth (in.)  8.5 in  Assembled Height (in.)  48.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  11.5 in 
Product Weight (lb.)  .75 lb  Returnable  90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  FXI's warranty will be consistent with Home Depot's Return Policy. 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 105 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work I have several maple trees on my property and they dump tons of helicopter seeds which plug my gutters. I installed these foam strips last fall. This spring the maple trees dropped their helicopters and the rain washed them off the roof onto the foam guards where they stuck on the foam and plugged up. The seeds are sprouting little maple trees on the foam and now I have to go up the ladder and clean the gutters just like I did before I installed them. June 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not perfect but does the job. Gutters and trees don’t go together. I have trees, lots of trees including Crape Myrtle Oak, Red Bud, Gum, Pine and more (General types, I don’t know the specific breeds and no Maple “Helicopters” ). I have to clean the gutters at least 4 times a year. I have looked at many of the gutter guards out there. They all claim wonderful things but I can’t recall ever seeing any of them mention how wonderful a job they can do concerning pine needles. Anyone with Pine trees will know that a pine needle can get in places that you can’t put it in if you tried. So I gave this product a try. Reasonably priced and if it didn’t work I wouldn’t be out a lot of time and money. Well to the short of it, the stuff works, somewhat. Not perfect, but I don’t have to spend several hours cleaning the gutters. I’m not a professional photographer, but I have uploaded some pictures so you can get the idea of how this stuff works. The before and after are about 8 months apart. You can see there is debris on top of the guard. I took a blower and walked along the edge and blew it off. (it was dry) Water flows fairly well down the downspouts, and durring a heavy rain I did see some drips coming from the outside edge of the gutter. Can’t say how long this stuff will last but so far I’m happy with it. It does keep the tree droppings out of the gutters. No more soggy, water logged, mosquito breeding, turning to mulch, filled gutters :) July 31, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dont bother You would think this is a great idea. Filter out the leaves from the water and the water simply flows through to the downspout. Works great when new. But after the fall hits and all the leaves are sitting stuck in the spongy mesh, the filter systems stops work. So naturally I had to climb up the later to clean it. Not so fast. These leaves and debri are caked on their especially all those tassels from the trees in the spring which was my main reason for getting them in the first place. Trying to pick those out is essentially useless. To pull them out you have to work around the gutter support to get them really clean. Too much effort. Much easier with the guard in the first place September 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Jury still out It's basically a filter and like any filter it will eventually get clogged up. I've had a four foot piece (the remaining ten feet of this gutter has another product) in a location on my house that is close to an oak tree for two years and is still working fine although it is beginning to clog up. I expect it will need to be cleaned in another year or two. I wouldn't put this product on a house surrounded by deciduous trees as I believe it would get clogged up after two seasons. If you live in the woods, test it on a short piece of gutter as it is on the expensive side compared to other DIY products. I would recommend this with the considerations mentioned above. September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product was easy to install, it looks great and adds value to my home. Our house is located in a wooded area necessitating cleaning of the gutters at least 4 times per year. My son and I installed 230 feet of the Home Depot's gutter filtration system in about 2 1/2 hours. The product is light weight and cuts easily. We mitered the corners using a miter box for a professional look. From a safety standpoint the gutter filtration system is going to keep me off the roof. The Home Depot's gutter filtration system also reduced the mosquito population around our house and is anti-microbial preventing mold as well. I enjoyed working on this project with my son and look forward to the next. Thank you Home Depot. I love your store, and the on-line service is an added bonus. August 27, 2013
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