Midwest Gutter Guard

How to Choose the Best Gutter Guards for Your Home

Are you looking for a way to keep out the debris from your home’s gutters in Madison, Rockford, Milwaukee, or Appleton? Are you wanting to get rid of needing to climb up and clean those gutters each week? 

If so, then you need to invest in gutter guards for your home. More importantly, you need to find a brand that you can trust. That way, you can have more confidence knowing you’ve purchased the best gutter guards for your home. 

See below for a guide that can help you choose the best gutter guards for your home. Be sure to use this information during your search!

1. Search for the Right Installer

You could purchase the best gutter guards that the world can offer, but they’ll do very little for your home if they aren’t installed properly.

That’s why it’s essential to find the perfect installation company. Some people go so far as to search for the installation company first, then choose from the brands that they offer.

Why not have the best of both worlds? Here at Midwest Gutter Guard, we pride ourselves on offering high-quality installation and service for the best gutter guards out there—Xtreme Gutter Guard.

Start by looking into the online reviews of gutter guard services near you. Do the previous clients seem satisfied with the service that they have received? Do any of them mention the quality of the installation? Do they recommend that service to others?

Next, reach out to them yourself. Give the gutter guard company a call and ask them a few questions about their products/services. Do they seem eager to help? Are they putting it in terms that you can understand?

Be sure to schedule an initial appointment with them on your property. There they can assess your gutter system and even give you a quote for their service. 

2. Look for Quality

Did you know that a gutter guard can last several decades with proper cleaning and maintenance? It’s important to line yourself up with the best brand of gutter guard to ensure longevity. 

That’s why we at Midwest Gutter Guard only install one brand for our clients—Xtreme Gutter Guard.

This amazing gutter guard system has an innovative and durable design. It’s created with stainless-steel mesh on top, with a heavy-duty, .024-grade aluminum body so that it can hold up against the elements. 

The surgical-grade mesh ensures that it will withstand any debris or harsh weather, which is a must in the Midwest. 

Even better, our top-quality gutter system comes with a 20-year warranty. You and your family can have peace of mind, knowing that if anything unforeseen were to damage the gutter guard system, we’d take care of it right away. 

This ensures that you’re getting the highest return on your investment. When you invest in the Xtreme Gutter Guard, you’re guaranteeing yourself a gutter guard system that will last. 

Whether you’re looking for a gutter guard to protect your residential or commercial property, the Xtreme Gutter Guard system will guarantee you longevity.

3. Search for a Free Estimate

If a gutter guard company is truly looking out for your best interests, then they will have no problem giving you a free estimate.

If you reach out to a gutter guard company that is going to charge you for an estimate or avoid giving you any idea on pricing until you sign something, then cross them off of your list.

You want to find a service that’s willing to give you an estimate on price (which could change, depending on a few factors) and then elaborate on the quote they give you.

This is a great way to make sure that you’re working with a credible company. Someone that will give you a price and give you further details on why their gutter guard system is the answer you’re looking for.

If you’re looking for a quote, be sure to call us at 888-273-0648. We’re open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

4. Custom Options for Your Home

Contrary to popular belief, not all gutter systems are the same width. The larger the home, the wider the gutter guard is to keep up with the amount of rain that needs to be distributed away from your home.

Make sure that the gutter guard system you’re looking at comes in different widths, otherwise, you might be investing in a gutter guard that doesn’t fit. 

Our gutter guards come in 5-inch, 6-inch, or 7-inch widths, and each piece comes in lengths of 5′ each. 

5. Look for Easy Maintenance

Gutter guards have two primary purposes: to protect your gutters from getting clogged and to lessen the need for maintenance.

But what if the gutter guard itself requires a lot of maintenance? Then you’re only adding to the list of chores you already had. Believe it or not, this is common for people that try to purchase a cheaper option.

Whenever you reach out to a gutter guard company to inquire, ask about the common maintenance that their gutter guard system requires. The better the materials that they’re made of, the easier they will be to take care of.

Invest in the Best Gutter Guards in the Midwest

Now that you have seen an in-depth guide on how to choose the best gutter guards for your property, it’s time to take advantage.

Be sure to read this article for more information and insight as to what gutter guards are and why you need them.

For more inquiries, please be sure to reach out via our contact us page and we will be happy to assist you further.

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Madison, WI Area

5/5
Jim S. in Madison, WI

"Very helpful & professional people." (from HomeAdvisor)

Milwaukee, WI Area

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Kristan K. in South Milwaukee, WI

"Friendly, professional. Install crew wonderful.. couldn't ask for better..thank you!" (from HomeAdvisor)

Appleton, WI Area

5/5
Mark Y. in Brownsville, WI

"Workers were polite and neat about their work. wore appropriate attire and new the product well. Left the job site clean and all their refuse was removed." (from HomeAdvisor)

Rockford, IL Area

5/5
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"We were pleased with their work and happy to use their service." (from HomeAdvisor)

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