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Modèle # 86270BX Internet # 1000664044

Sont installés sur les gouttières afin d'empêcher les feuilles, les brindilles et les autres débris de tomber dans les gouttières et de boucher ces dernières ainsi que les descentes de gouttière.

  1. S'installe facilement; il suffit de l'enclencher sur le rebord avant de la gouttière.
  1. Sa conception à enclenchement résiste au poids des débris
  1. Convient aux gouttières standards de 4", 5" et 6".

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
0.18
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
0.5
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
6.25
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
6.25
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.35
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.4
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
36
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
36

Détails

Matériau
Vinyle
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Type
À brancher

Garanties et certifications

Euramax Canada, Inc. garantit à l'acheteur initial que tous les materiaux sont exempts de vices de matiere et de main-d'oeuvre au moment de l'achat. La garantie s'applique uniquement si les materiaux sont installés et entretenus conformément aux pratique
Protège-gouttière Filtre à enclenchementEuramax Canada Protège-gouttière Filtre à enclenchementSont installés sur les gouttières afin d'empêcher les feuilles, les brindilles et les autres débris de tomber dans les gouttières et de boucher ces dernières ainsi que les descentes de gouttière.
Euramax Canada
1000664044
Protège-gouttière Filtre à enclenchement est évalué 4.1 de 5 de 1336.
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Rated 3 de 5 de par good idea but fit is important I recommend this only if you check the size of the lip of your gutter before buying. The lip must be 1/2 inch or less. The mesh will help keep pine needles and leaves out much better than those with larger openings. My only concern, other than the fit, is how long they will last. The plastic mesh is glued to the outer surface of the guard. These will require a bit of maintenance due to the downward cup once it is in place. Material will have to be removed from time to time. Also, be sure not to leave any gaps between the sections, glue them together with silicon. Not bad for a do it yourself product but not comparable to commercial products.
Date de publication: 2016-04-26
Rated 1 de 5 de par after 1 year, the screen (filter)starts to detach bought these just a year ago (installed in Connecticut) and the filter (plastic window screen) is coming loose at the bottom where it is needed (looks like hot melt glue held it on). so as the screen detaches, then the small debris from the trees is able to get in and now you have to remove the gutter guards to clean the gutter, wow what a product. it has also sagged deep into the gutter from exposure to the sun which leaves a valley for junk to build up in. BTW, says in the instructions that you should overlap the ends of the pieces, but to do so......you must cut the heavy plastic material yourself - some assembly required
Date de publication: 2012-07-24
Rated 5 de 5 de par I've been using this gutter guard with screen for years. A little trimming here and there to make... I've been using this gutter guard with screen for years. A little trimming here and there to make it fit good on the ends or corners. If your gutters front INSIDE edge is not flat you must crimp it down so that the front of the guard will pull onto the top/front section of the gutter. I drill a bunch of small holes in the gutter guard by the front lip to get a little better drainage since there are no holes by the front edge. It does accumulate some debris (leaves, pine needles, shingle granules) but what doesn't get washed away by the wind or rain I just take my handheld blower to it a few times a year and blow off the top of the guard - pretty easy.
Date de publication: 2017-07-23
Rated 4 de 5 de par I also bought a gutter guard which was similar to Gutter Helmet this did not work I bought the snap-in guard along with a type of gutter guard similar to the gutter helmet. The snap-in guard worked well especially since they added the mesh filter material to keep out small debris. I installed both types on my gutter and watched during the next rain. The gutter helmet type guard just poured the rain over the gutter onto the deck while the snap-in filter worked well to let the rain into the gutter and the debris out. I bought additional snap-in filters and trashed the gutter helmet design gutter guard to finish the gutter overhaul.
Date de publication: 2011-11-17
Rated 1 de 5 de par I live in Northern IL and experience all four seasons. I installed these last fall. This past win... I live in Northern IL and experience all four seasons. I installed these last fall. This past winter I had massive icicles hanging from my gutters which never happened before. With the spring rains I noticed my gutters overflowing. I also have downspout guards installed. I will not remove those as my rain water goes in to a cistern. The downspout guards were completely clogged from debri that made its way through the gutter guards after 6 months. I notices on several of the new gutter guards the screening had detached. I took my time installing these to make sure it was done correctly. These are good in theory, but in the real world they are a waste of time and money.
Date de publication: 2018-06-21
Rated 2 de 5 de par Cheap but does let the rain run over. As noted in other reviews, the rain does have a tendency to run over the gutter guard even in a very light Seattle rain. Causes a lot of dripping and splattering under the gutters where no problem existed before. I installed these as flat as possible by inserting under the shingles. The pitch to my roof is gentle (very easy to walk on). I'm going to leave what I have in place for a while while I try other products, but will most likely be upgrading soon. On the positive side, this was a very cheap experiment.
Date de publication: 2013-04-06
Rated 1 de 5 de par Put this on my new gutters a few years ago. Yep - they filtered great -- in fact, they filtered... Put this on my new gutters a few years ago. Yep - they filtered great -- in fact, they filtered so well that the water couldn't go thru fast enough causing the gutter to overflow in downpours. The gutters weren't full - just blocked by this product. It negated the purpose of having gutters. Within 6 months, my new white gutters were permanently discolored. I still didn't take them down but after a few years they failed in the hot Texas summer sun, and sagged into the gutters near the ends and corners effectively creating gutter dams. Now I've removed the product and getting ready to repaint to cover the stains. In short, this product caused increased gutter maintenance instead of reducing it.
Date de publication: 2017-03-02
Rated 4 de 5 de par @indyF1 You installed the gutter guard upside down. The screen mesh goes on the top side. The front of the gutter guard then snaps over the top of the front edge of the gutter. You are right about the screen mesh. It is not super securely attached and eventually can come off. Other pro tip -- if you install these on gutters where you get ice damming, remove them after the leaves finish falling. Otherwise, they will freeze in the ice in the gutter, and you will invent new profanity trying to clear the gutter.
Date de publication: 2014-11-10
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Does the screen go on top or on bottom?

Does the screen go on top or on bottom?
Posée par: Squirt
I bought these, it seems the mesh goes to the top. what I don't like is that from the gutters outside edge where it connects, the other side needs to go under your roofing. And...you'll need a lot more of the gutter holders so these can clip on. Also, they will need to be placed on during the gutter installation. After gutter installation, it's not a fun project
Répondue par: TZTexas
Date de publication: 2020-12-01

will these fit 6" gutters?

will these fit 6" gutters?
Posée par: Angus
No
Répondue par: Trouble
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

I live in the northeast with a good amount of snow. Should these guards be removed prior to winter months?

So that the snow doesn't build up on top of the guards and cause ice dams. Or are they ok the leave on all year long? Thanks.
Posée par: MCT16
They install easy enough where you could pull them out if you wanted too.
Répondue par: Mph
Date de publication: 2021-06-19

We reinstalled these into new gutters from old gutters & they have popped up the shingles quite a bit. Anyone else?

Posée par: Kelly
I installed 94 linear feet of these after I had my roof shingles replaced. None of them popped any of the shingle. I cut a slid on each of them and interconnect them so they wrapped onto each other not leaving any gaps in between. I slid them directly between the roof and the shingle. I am very happy with them. I just have one section in the house that when you go up the deck you can see them and they are dirty and need to be power washed. Otherwise, no problems! Home Depot Customer 625
Répondue par: Marco
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

Will these gutter guards lift off if it’s windy?

Will these gutter guards lift off if it’s windy?
Posée par: Jackie
I?ve had vinyl guards on my gutters for 17 years (and live in a windy area) without a single one blowing off and they are not screwed in, just snapped in and butted up to each other. I?m needing new ones now, but can?t complain at all.
Répondue par: Bill
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

Do you overlap these when installing?

Posée par: SueK
Yes, they will overlap IF you cut a 3" section out of one end of each piece to serve as the "overlap," cutting one 3-ft. section at a time. When doing the cutting, which is best done with sheet metal shears or strong scissors, be sure to only cut the Snap-In edge for 3", so the retained screened part of the 3" serves as the overlap. Product directions sometimes don't mention overlapping, BUT IT IS ALMOST ESSENTIAL for proper strength & connectivity performance.
Répondue par: Depoter
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

Do they need silicone

Do they need silicone
Posée par: Bill
No. Mine snapped in place to the outside-top edge of the gutter and I slid the other end under the singles. Been in place now for over two years. As I live in Florida they have been hurricane tested!
Répondue par: Larry
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

I need for 90 how much I need to buy??

Posée par: Yiancris
Buy 32 pieces. That will give you 96 feet. A little extra for cutting the corners. A box has 25 pieces in it and then you would have to buy 7 singles pieces. You can return any leftover pieces. Don't forget to install the screen, with the mesh filter on the top.
Répondue par: oldroofer1
Date de publication: 2023-05-05
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