WA Gutter Guard | 0412 099 315

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Photos of our gutter guard products.


Colorbond® roofs


WA Gutter Guard is made from a sturdy Colorbond® mesh with our very own unique hinged patented design that has been tried, tested and proven.

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  •  Before installation

    Before installation

  •  Hinged panel open

    Hinged panel open

  •  Hinged panel shown closed

    Hinged panel shown closed

  •  Hinged panel shown open

    Hinged panel shown open

  •  Hinged panel shown open

    Hinged panel shown open

  •  valley mesh

    valley mesh

  •  gutter mesh

    gutter mesh

  •  box gutter

    box gutter

Tiled roofs


WA Gutter Guard is made from a sturdy Colorbond® mesh with our very own unique hinged patented design that has been tried, tested and proven.

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  •  Before installation

    Before installation

  •  Guard mesh is positioned

    Guard mesh is positioned

  •  Valley mesh

    Valley mesh

  •  Guard in place

    Guard in place

  •  Guard in place

    Guard in place

  •  valley mesh

    valley mesh

  •  mesh before fitting

    mesh before fitting

  •  mesh in position

    mesh in position

  •  new building

    new building

Trimdeck® roofs


WA Gutter Guard is customised to fit each individual roof including patios, pergola, sheds, garages, factory roofs and commercial buildings.

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  •  Gutters

    Gutters

  •  Guard mesh in position

    Guard mesh in position

  •  Gutters

    Gutters

  •  Guard in place

    Guard in place

  •  Box gutter fitted with access panels

    Box gutter fitted with access panels

Ember flashing


WA Gutter Guard offers a way to drastically reduce the risk of your home catching fire by eliminating a way for the leaves, debris and embers getting into your gutters.

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  •  flashing blocks debris

    flashing blocks debris

  •  flashing used on a hip

    flashing used on a hip

  •  preparing to fit flashing

    preparing to fit flashing

  •  first piece of flashing in place

    first piece of flashing in place

  •  flashing cut to shape

    flashing cut to shape

Choose the best


Beware of imitations and poor-quality gutter guards. Avoid products that contain plastic, sponge or double-sided tape. These products do not last and can even be worse for your gutters. Do your research to make sure you are getting a quality product to protect your home.

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0412 099 315
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