Amerimax Home Products 3 ft. Snap-In Filter White Gutter Guard-86270BX at The Home Depot
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Amerimax Home Products

Model # 86270BX

Internet # 100520851

Store SKU # 243773

3 ft. Snap-In Filter White Gutter Guard


Amerimax Home Products 3 ft. Snap-In Filter White Gutter Guard
 

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$1.97 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 86270BX

Internet # 100520851

Store SKU # 243773

The Amerimax Snap-In Gutter Filter is a gutter guard with a filter bonded to the plastic material. It is designed to keep small debris out of your gutter. This helps eliminate clogs. The 3 ft. x 6-1/2 in. sections install in your gutter by attaching to the front lip of the gutter. It can be used with most K-style gutters.

  • Keeps smaller debris out of the gutter to eliminate clogs
  • Lightweight plastic material is easy to install
  • White guard matches white trim coil, soffit, fascia and roof drainage systems
  • Compatible with most k-style gutters
  • Snaps on to the front lip of the gutter
  • 3 ft. x 6-1/2 in. x 1/2 in.
  • Always install with the filter side facing up

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SPECIFICATIONS

Assembled Depth (in.)  36 in  Assembled Height (in.)  0.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  6.5 in  Color  White 
Color Family  White  Gutter Size  5 in. 
Manufacturer Warranty  No  Material  Plastic 
Material  Vinyl  Product Weight (lb.)  0.4 lb 
Returnable  90-Day 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 90 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Guess it was worth a try I had new gutters installed last year and decided to see if these inexpensive gutter guards would save me from cleaning them. This was my first time using gutter guards. You slip these things onto the outer edge of your gutter (they have a groove) and the other side you stuff under your shingles. This year I saw sprouts growing in my gutter in various locations, so I went up to have a look. What I found was several locations where the guards were no longer up under the shingle, but lying down in the gutter. Also, these plastic things have a screen attached to the bottom as an extra filter. Some of these screens had become detached and lie at the bottom of the gutter. There were also areas where debris lay atop the gutter guards - but cleaning the tops of these seems to me to be about as much of a hassle as cleaning the gutter itself. It is difficult to inspect and clean as you have to pry several feet of shingles way up to pull the guards out. I cut my hands up just trying to putt out some gunk here and there. Wear gloves. I had retained my downspout screens and they were very blocked with gunk. I use to have to clean my gutters about once or twice a year. Since I have to go through so much trouble to clean them now with these guards on there, I am just going to throw them away. I guess it was worth a couple hundred dollars spent on these to see if I could get out of cleaning my gutters for next 10-20 years. They are more trouble than they are worth to me. I recommend that you go up and blow off these guards on a regular basis if you use them. I only had these things a year, but I will say that the plastic guards were still flexible and had not become brittle or harmed by the wicked cold winter of 2014. July 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by TERRIBLE PRODUCT After a year or two they will badly warp and twist out of shape and it is impossible to reshape them to fit snugly without popping out. Stay away. November 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Doesn't let the water through I installed these last fall after cleaning out my gutters. They keep the leaves out, but unfortunately they also keep much of the water out: there were steady drips all along the gutters this spring when it rained. There is simply not enough open area to let all the water through. I am in the process of replacing these with Invisiflow metal gutter guards which appear to have a much larger percentage of the surface open. June 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by @indyF1 You installed the gutter guard upside down. The screen mesh goes on the top side. The front of the gutter guard then snaps over the top of the front edge of the gutter. You are right about the screen mesh. It is not super securely attached and eventually can come off. Other pro tip -- if you install these on gutters where you get ice damming, remove them after the leaves finish falling. Otherwise, they will freeze in the ice in the gutter, and you will invent new profanity trying to clear the gutter. November 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to install, works great! I bought these last year to see if they would help me avoid the dreaded gutter clean-up since I'm afraid of heights and need to get help. My brother installed them quickly and said they were really easy (probably did about 65 feet in under an hour, and he was cleaning the gutters as he went). They slide under the shingle and clip right into place. We decided to see how they weathered the seasons before finishing the front of the house. There was literally nothing in the gutters when he checked them this fall after a lot of leaves came down (plus I get those "helicopters" from the oak trees), so I went ahead and bought the rest that I needed to finish the job. Completed my ranch for a total cost of less than $75. They didn't buckle under last year's blizzard and other storms, so I think they'll last a long time. Really happy with the product and would recommend (and have) to others. December 10, 2013
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