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  • Fill with river rock and divert water from your foundation
  • Controls weeds and prevents fence damage from mowers
  • Pre-stamped post holes for any standard size fence posts
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Product Overview

Channel Guard is a multi use guard designed to be used as a downspout diverter or splash block, fence edging, or mow strip. Fill with river rock or gravel and install the Channel Guard below a gutter downspout to divert water away from the foundation. Install the Channel Guard under a fence line or along a building foundation, fill with rock and control weeds while preventing fence damage from weed eaters or lawn mowers.
  • Permanently blends into the landscape
  • Pre-stamped post holes for any standard size fence posts
  • Easy to install
  • Slide together fit
  • Aesthetically pleasing weed control

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Specifications

Dimensions

Gutter Size
Adjustable
Product Depth (in.)
38
Product Height (in.)
2.25
Product Width (in.)
12

Details

Color
Black
Color Family
Black
Compatible Gutter Profile
Universal
Features
UV Stabilized
Gutter Part Type
Gutter Guard
Gutter System Product
Gutter Guard
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
1.66
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Hinged

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Manufacturers Warranty - Free from defects in materials and workmanship

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 92% recommend this product
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Even though we have an underground gutter systems, when it...
Even though we have an underground gutter systems, when it rains quick and hard they tend to overflow at the base. We liked the InvisaFlow Channel Guard because they are wide and can help catch the overflow rain and divert it away from the foundation. We made a cut (not all the way through) on the end just to fold up behind the gutter. And then we made a cut the circumference of the pipe to form nicely around the pipe and sealed it with silicone. We used an Xacto knife to cut through it. This does an excellent job of catching any overflow when needed. You can be a little creative on how you use it. It would also work great if you let your gutter just drain into it as well.
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    good quality
    This channel guard was of high quality allowing me to put a goid deal of rock inside
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      Easy & inexpensive solution
      Problem: ugly downspouts. Very simple to install & blends into the landscaping very nicely. Very cost effective & simple to put together if you need a longer run.
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        I bought 5 of these to use as splash blocks. The blue ones that came with the house were gross s...
        I bought 5 of these to use as splash blocks. The blue ones that came with the house were gross so I saw these and a light bulb went on. I just laid it in place and filled it with river pebbles. It works great and the rocks are far more attractive than those blue ones and I imagine less expensive.
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        Expect modifications
        I agree with the reviewers who stated the product needs modifications. I followed the instructions from one of the reviews, plus one additional step.....since the bottom of the channel has to be flush with ground level, I splayed the sides a bit and secured them with edging stakes; otherwise, I felt the sides stuck up too high. It also helped to make the end wider, which looks nice. I think a similar result could be achieved with landscape edging and sheet plastic, which I plan to try in the front, where I prefer more organic curves. When installed correctly, they do funnel water from the house. Also, the price is right, which makes up for the few minutes spent making alterations.
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          We were tired of losing our mulch everytime it rained. I saw these on Pinterest and was excited ...
          We were tired of losing our mulch everytime it rained. I saw these on Pinterest and was excited that Home Depot carried them! What a difference and I like the mini dry creekbed look.
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          These look and work great. The one reviewer who bolts them together was a big help especially for...
          These look and work great. The one reviewer who bolts them together was a big help especially for longer runs. Great option from the deeper trench drains with grate on top. These are nice and thick also. I made it so the gravel was a little shallow in the center so when there's a heavy storm the water moves quicker. Before I did that it would over flow but only during really heavy rain.
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          This worked great to stop erosion from my drain pipes.
          This worked great to stop erosion from my drain pipes.
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          Channel Guard
          this was a nice addition to the front of the house. Attractive way to divert water
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            Makes adding a rock bed under your gutters super easy.
            Makes adding a rock bed under your gutters super easy.
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