There are many gutter screens on the market but none of them compare to Green Gutter Screens!! For overall performance, design, pricing and choice of sizes they just can’t be beat!!
Once you have seen and used a “Green Gutter Screen” the decision is simple.
Green Screens Have Three Models and Two Designs. Each one is extremely effective and designed to meet anyone’s budget.
Green Gutter Screens can be made to fit gutter openings ranging from 4” wide up to 9”. No one else makes a screen to cover anywhere near this range. If you have a small residential gutter or a huge commercial gutter we have a product which will fit your needs. Green Screens also can be made in copper.
The “Z” bend uses a compression fit which makes the product easy to install without affecting the existing roof. You “snap it” into the existing gutter. The “Z” bend design is particularly useful with roofs where it is difficult to install the screen under the roofing material. Good examples would be metal, slate, concrete tile, and other artificial wood shake roofs.
The “standard” product is a flat material with a front edge that attaches effectively to the front lip of any gutter. The back of the product tucks under the existing roofing material.
All models have a “wave” on the substrate to improve the flow of water into the gutters.
Green Screens Stainless is a great product for lots of pine needles and comes with an aluminum substrate and a very fine stainless steel mesh.
Green Screens Aluminum is flagship product. It has a black powder coated steel substrate and a black aluminum mesh over the top. It still uses the micro mesh technology that has 18 holes per sq. inch to help promote maximum drainage and maximum coverage.
Green Screens Steel is our most cost effective screen. It is made from powder coated steel with “tiny holes” in the product. It is not covered with a mesh but the “tiny holes” ensure most tree debris will be kept out of the gutter.
Green Gutter Screens are available throughout the Western States. We have contractors covering California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona.