Technical Papers

How LeafGuard Works

Friday, December 23rd, 2016 by Sabrina Pincombe

By design, rainwater follows the hood's curvatures through electromagnetic attraction normally found in the atmosphere. Leaves and debris continue past the gutter and off the building. Small debris, such as pine needles, roofing granules, etc., that may follow the flow of the water into the gutter will wash through the system unobstructed by larger clogging material.

 How LeafGuard Works

our service area

We serve the following areas

  • Alcester
  • Arlington
  • Astoria
  • Aurora
  • Badger
  • Baltic
  • Beresford
  • Big Stone City
  • Brandon
  • Brandt
  • Bridgewater
  • Brookings
  • Bruce
  • Burbank
  • Canistota
  • Canova
  • Canton
  • Castlewood
  • Centerville
  • Chancellor
  • Chester
  • Clear Lake
  • Colman
  • Colton
  • Corona
  • Crooks
  • Davis
  • Dell Rapids
  • Egan
  • Elk Point
  • Elkton
  • Emery
  • Erwin
  • Estelline
  • Fairview
  • Flandreau
  • Freeman
  • Garretson
  • Gary
  • Gayville
  • Goodwin
  • Harrisburg
  • Hartford
  • Hayti
  • Hudson
  • Humboldt
  • Hurley
  • Irene
  • Jefferson
  • Kranzburg
  • Labolt
  • Lake Norden
  • Lake Preston
  • Lennox
  • Lesterville
  • Lyons
  • Madison
  • Marion
  • Marvin
  • Menno
  • Milbank
  • Mission Hill
  • Monroe
  • Montrose
  • North Sioux City
  • Nunda
  • Oldham
  • Parker
  • Peever
  • Ramona
  • Renner
  • Revillo
  • Rosholt
  • Rutland
  • Salem
  • Sinai
  • Sioux Falls
  • South Shore
  • Spencer
  • Stockholm
  • Strandburg
  • Tabor
  • Tea
  • Toronto
  • Trent
  • Twin Brooks
  • Utica
  • Valley Springs
  • Vermillion
  • Viborg
  • Volga
  • Volin
  • Wakonda
  • Watertown
  • Wentworth
  • White
  • Wilmot
  • Winfred
  • Worthing
  • Yankton
Our Locations:

LeafGuard Gutters of South Dakota
46959 Monty St
Tea, SD 57064
1-605-789-2622
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