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Costco: EasyOn Gutterguard by Gutterglove 5-inch by 24-ft $49.99, 6-inch by 24-ft $54.99 + Free S/H And More Sizes (Online and In Warehouse)

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EasyOn Gutterguard by Gutterglove

on sale through 10/22/18 - May be available in your local warehouse for a lower, non-delivered price

Features:
  • Stainless Steel Micro-Mesh Gutter Guard
  • Never Clean Your Gutters Out Again
  • Keeps Leaves And Pine Needles Out Of Gutter
  • UL Certified For Rainwater Harvesting
What's in the box:
  • self-tapping screws. (If you choose to screw it on).
  • Hexhead adapter for drilling screws in.
  • Each section has the 3M Very High Bond brand double sided adhesive foam tape pre-attached. (If you choose to tape it on).
  • Installation guide.
SizeSale PriceOrig Price
5" 24' (6 sections at 4-ft L, 5.5" W) Item 695196 [costco.com]$49.99 $59.99
5" 100' (25 sections at 4-ft L, 5.5" W) Item 695174 [costco.com] $164.99 $199.99
6" 24" (6 sections at 4-ft L, 7.25" W) Item 632856 [costco.com]$54.99$69.99
6" 100" (25 sections at 4-ft L, 7.25" W) Item 1048520 [costco.com]$199.99$249.99
https://www.costco.com/CatalogSea...ord=easyon
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At least one of these has been available in store for a long time and was on clearance some time ago. However, I found them still more expensive than similar product that I found at Lowes.
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The issue with micro mesh is that is acts like sand paper and holds onto pine needles and small debris. They are also hard to hose off or brush off. We've been installing all types of guards for 17+ years. The best we've found was Leaf Relief. There are no perfect gutter guards. But for maintenance and cleaning, and keeping all debris out, they were the best. Plygem makes them. If you do use the Costco brand, do not tape them on. When the roof is due for replacement, the guards need to come off to replace the drip edge. Self tapping screws are much easier to deal with than sticky residue when reinstalling.
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Any recommendations on a guard specifically to keep wiffle balls, tennis balls, etc out? There are no trees or actual debris I need to stop, just the kids hitting stuff in there. 2 story with walkout and I need to stop borrowing an extension ladder plus getting up there sucks.

edited to add: When it rains here, it generally pours. I am hesitant to put a "typical" guard on because the rain will rush right over it almost like I don't have gutters at all.
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Any recommendations on a guard specifically to keep wiffle balls, tennis balls, etc out? There are no trees or actual debris I need to stop, just the kids hitting stuff in there. 2 story with walkout and I need to stop borrowing an extension ladder plus getting up there sucks.

edited to add: When it rains here, it generally pours. I am hesitant to put a "typical" guard on because the rain will rush right over it almost like I don't have gutters at all.
Here are some links just for some ideas....

GutterBrush Leaf Gutter Guard for Standard 5 Inch Rain Gutters https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00872K...SBbGYPQ545

GutterStuff EZ 5-Inch K Style Foam Gutter Filter Insert, 32-Feet https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003H9L...SBb3SK1S0G

10 Gutter Cups Gutter Guards - 15 Feet Long - Best Gutter Screen Protection - DIY Gutter Guard https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PVFM...SBb2BC5XS6
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Any recommendations on a guard specifically to keep wiffle balls, tennis balls, etc out? There are no trees or actual debris I need to stop, just the kids hitting stuff in there. 2 story with walkout and I need to stop borrowing an extension ladder plus getting up there sucks.

edited to add: When it rains here, it generally pours. I am hesitant to put a "typical" guard on because the rain will rush right over it almost like I don't have gutters at all.
Just the cheap plastic snap in gutter guards at Home Depot.
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