Gutter guards have been around since the early 1900s, and from then until now, so many advancements have been made in the technology and design structure of the gutter guard to improve their durability and their level of performance. There are many manufacturers and companies that make and sell gutter guards these days, but the brand that Fortenberry Roofing would choose over and over again is the RainDrop Gutter Guard System manufactured by Contractor Nation located in Connecticut, USA.
Fortenberry Roofing has consistently chosen RainDrop Gutter Guard Systems for multiple reasons. On the installer side, the guard is easy to install and saves production time for the gutter team. On the client side, homeowners like the look and quality of this guard more than other gutter guards on the market today, which can be bulkier and made with less durable materials. The RainDrop Gutter Guard System is made of the super "TOUGH STUFF" polypropylene that is capable of withstanding the elements, ultimately succeeding in doing what it was made for. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, "...Polypropylene is molded or extruded into many plastic products in which toughness, flexibility, lightweight, and heat resistance are required." With that being said, the manufacturing company has run many tests to show the strength of their gutter guard and why clients choose it over other brands. I have personally seen a coworker beat a fold-out table to death trying to break a sample of the RainDrop Gutter Guard System.
Unlike other gutter guards, RainDrop has not only built their gutter guards to be strong and durable but to be efficient and effective, as well! Some gutter guards are constructed in a way that no debris can get into the gutters, but also not much of the rainwater can get into the gutters either, making the purpose of having gutters almost pointless. The RainDrop Gutter Guard System allows the max amount of rainwater to enter the gutters while extending the lifespan of the gutter system by keeping various debris from clogging and damaging the system. This allows the rainwater to flow freely through the gutters, down the downspouts, and to the location in, which it was intended to end up.
Overall, there are many reasons to choose a RainDrop Gutter Guard System. Fortenberry Roofing is confident in this product, and the number of clients who have added this gutter guard system to their new or existing gutters has been pleased with the performance of the system. With a 20-year warranty included in the purchase of this system, there is no other gutter guard like it on the market!
The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica, "Polypropylene." Britannica, 6th Dec. 2017, https://www.britannica.com/science/polypropylene
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