dimensions are 6' X 36'. Think There were 5 in a pack
I was able to use the gutter guard on all of my gutters which are mostly a standard size. They function great and stay in place. I couldn't be happier with this item.
Dear Leafhater: I purchased two sets of these Gutter Guards and am VERY satisfied with them! As far as I can tell, The "straight" edge fits under the shingles and the "curved" edge connects over the lip of the gutter. So, the Guard goes OVER the straps. Hope this helps
don't know why not they are for gutters and you have to slide one side under roof if you can't then you can't use them I know nothing of medal roofs
These gutter guards slide under the first row of shingles and have a v shaped front that secures on the front part of the gutter.
I just went through the winter season with these (Colorado), and there is some ice build up on the surface. I notice it when the gutter is over a porch, and as the ice melts, the ice on the outer edge of the gutter drips onto the porch and not into the gutter. There was no build up of ice in the gutter. And when I saw the drips on the porch, a broom knocked off the edge ice and stopped dripping onto the porch. But without knocking off the melting edge ice, it only lasted a day and the ice was gone. Otherwise, for this very minor issue, keeping the leaves out all fall was well worth the cost. Hope this helps.
This item is made in the USA.
Each piece is 3' long
You will probably have to trim off the excess on the flat edge to get them to fit correctly. Unless you tuck the excess under your roofing shingles.
The gutter guards are coated or painted and leave no residue--I always wear gloves when working with these since there are some sharp edges--