Our Grayson’s Gutter Guard professionals can install permanent screwed down systems to most roofs; we call this ScrewTight! For ScrewTight installs we use our standard Full-Metal mesh or Ember Guard Mesh. For properties that are surrounded by more trees this install method will be better suited. If your gutters are currently blocking up more than four times a year, this is an option worth seriously considering. Our ScrewTight™ Full-Metal system is popular with people who “never want to clean their gutters again.”
On tiled roofs our Full-Metal gutter mesh and fixing parts can be tailored and cut to the wider 500mm size and tucked under the second row of tiles. This install method creates a sloping down effect and 99.9% of debris will slide straight off the roof! For corrugated roofs our saddles will be screwed to the roof ribs. We have seen many houses in Melbourne with “permanent screwed” style gutter guards installed as far back as the 1990s, often those gutters are still free flowing with only a small build-up of dirt and silt. Our gutter guard installers can advise you on our options. We’ve seen hundreds of gutter guards in action, our own gutter guards were formulated with real life on-the-roof know how.
We believe the only way to properly protect box gutters is using the screwed down method. Because box gutters are much wider, the inserted and rolled in Triple-G gutter guard, is not normally suitable. Grayson’s are experts at installing gutter protection onto box gutters, Grayson’s Full Metal gutter guard system is tough! We provide our Full Metal gutter mesh at a width of up to 1000mm, this is more than enough to cover the widest box gutters. We will thoroughly clear your gutters and flush the system with water before installing our product. See our main box gutter guard page.