How to choose your LeafGuard gutter color

Sep 07, 2021

For most homes, the color palette is dominated by two to three colors, that of the roof, the siding, and the trim (doors, shutters, etc.). Your gutters will either match your roof or trim in most cases. Therefore, it is

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Do covered gutters really help prevent your home from fire?

Aug 26, 2021

According to the U.S. Fire Administration,  Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) fires have become a recurring problem in many parts of the nation. In fact, currently, some 45 million residences and around 70,000 communities have been impacted.  Another 3,000 structures were

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What is The Warranty on LeafGuard Gutters?

Aug 19, 2021

LeafGuard gutters are an advantageous investment in the betterment and longevity of your home. They look great and can increase your home’s value by ensuring that it is protected from common maintenance issues like debris in gutters that can lead

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Do I Need to Remove my Gutters to Paint my Home?

Aug 17, 2021

The time has come to paint your home, one question you might have among many others is, do you need to remove your gutters for painting? Well, that question doesn’t have a simple yes and no answer. Instead, it depends.

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Come See Us At the Nevada County Fair

Aug 10, 2021

After the devastating, stressful, scary year that was 2020, we all deserve to kick back, relax and just have a bit of fun. Thankfully, the Nevada County Fair is back in town and provides the ideal family activity to enjoy.

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4th of July – Fire Danger

Jul 01, 2021

Just one small spark in the right— or should we say wrong— conditions can become a raging fire that will consume your beloved home and potentially start a wildfire. While setting off fireworks for the 4th of July celebration is

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Wildfire Prevention and Power Outage Safety

Jun 24, 2021

Wildfire Prevention and Power Outage Safety With the very likely possibility of drought this summer we will probably have our fair share of power shutoffs. PGE power shutoffs known as PSPS are typically put in place to prevent wildfire. While

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