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EasyOn Gutterguard 5 Version - 100 $149.99

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Costco currently has gutter guards on sale:
EasyOn Gutterguard 5" Version - 100' - $149.99
EasyOn Gutterguard 6" Version – 100' - $199.99



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Good price. Installed these last year on my house. Work great, easy to install, and SO much cheaper than having it professionally done.
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how well do these work in heavy downpours or during leaf season?
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Good price. Installed these last year on my house. Work great, easy to install, and SO much cheaper than having it professionally done.
How difficult was it to set up?
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Can anyone confirm the warehouse price? I think I remember it being on sale for $39.99 for a box and that was about 27 LF.

I've installed these on about 65% of the the gutters on my house. I'm surrounded by trees so this has been awesome for me to not have to do an annual gutter cleaning. The only thing is sometimes I have to go up with a blower to remove all the collected gravel from the asphalt shingles. I've heard others have icing issues in the wintertime however I've not had that problem....yet.
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How difficult was it to set up?
I have the similar version from Home Depot. The hardest part is getting access to your gutters. If you have really high gutters, you'll need to be comfortable and stable on a ladder. You have two options to install, 3m Very High Bonding (VHB) adhesive tape that's preinstalled or self tapping screws that are also included. You'll want some tin snips or similar to cut the guards to fit and form to the ends and corners of gutters. Youtube for ideas.

Also, make sure you clean the gutters out well before installing so you don't have to worry about removing them later.
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Can anyone confirm the warehouse price? I think I remember it being on sale for $39.99 for a box and that was about 27 LF.

I've installed these on about 65% of the the gutters on my house. I'm surrounded by trees so this has been awesome for me to not have to do an annual gutter cleaning. The only thing is sometimes I have to go up with a blower to remove all the collected gravel from the asphalt shingles. I've heard others have icing issues in the wintertime however I've not had that problem....yet.
Did you get the free gutter cleaning brush they offered? It was a bit obscure, but they had a small paper where you could request a brush to attach to extension pole and clean without climbing back up. It's this exact brush but was offered free.
https://www.thegutterguardbrush.com/
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I have the similar version from Home Depot. The hardest part is getting access to your gutters. If you have really high gutters, you'll need to be comfortable and stable on a ladder. You have two options to install, 3m Very High Bonding (VHB) adhesive tape that's preinstalled or self tapping screws that are also included. You'll want some tin snips or similar to cut the guards to fit and form to the ends and corners of gutters. Youtube for ideas.

Also, make sure you clean the gutters out well before installing so you don't have to worry about removing them later.
What width did you use? They have 5 and 6 and my husband just measured ours, it is 5, I wonder we need 6 in case?
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5". Most homes use 5" gutters. I wouldn't recommend oversizing them since the drill or adhesive points won't line up to any part of the gutter if you bought 6" for 5" gutters.
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5". Most homes use 5" gutters. I wouldn't recommend oversizing them since the drill or adhesive points won't line up to any part of the gutter if you bought 6" for 5" gutters.
Thanks! Ordered 5 inch one!
My husband just installed it! So easy and he didn't screw or glue on. Just fit there he said. I hope it won't blow away! Lol.

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