Gutter Guards

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What are Gutters Guards?

Gutter guards are coverings over or in your existing gutters. The extra mesh covering can lessen the amount of vegetative litter and debris that collect in your gutter and, as a result, lessen the need to clean it when placed (and maintained) appropriately. Embers will have less of a chance to fall onto the gutters and ignite debris, adding an extra layer of protection to your home.

The Process

We offer an easy installation process that will attach to your existing gutter guards. We start with a wildfire risk assessment at your property and then will recommend a full range of wildfire defense solutions for your unique property. 


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How to Start the Process

1. Schedule Inspection

After sending in your gutter guard information and confirming the appointment, our team will conduct a final check of all the gutters for quality assurance.

2. Installation of Gutter Guards

After final confirmation of gutters, we begin the process of ordering ember-resistant gutter guard covers on a date that works best for installation.

3. Fire Risk Assessment

After installing the gutter guards, our team can perform a fire risk assessment around the property to further recommend any fire prevention services such as vents, vegetation management and ground application of fire retardant.

Recent Wildfires Case Study

Paradise Fire

Town had been told in 2005 that they were in danger of the exact kind of fire that took place but they had trusted that in 50 years, no fire had crossed the river on the east. They failed to recognize that homes damaged in wildfires are damaged by embers and the fire doesn’t need to cross the river when it can blow over it.

They had early warning systems and thought they were prepared but when fire came, they were literally trapped with all roads blocked.

86 dead, 14,000 homes DESTROYED.

Laguna Niguel Coastal Fire

While the Paradise Fire was an extreme example, up to 90% of homes damaged in wildfires are damaged because they are susceptible to small embers.

In this small-sized wildfire in a very high-end neighborhood in Laguna Niguel, almost all of the fires burned from the top down because the homes had not been fitted with ember-resistant venting.

Over 20 homes were lost, many of which were multi-million dollar properties.

Woolsey Fire

488 Homes burned down in Malibu all at once, causing massive delays in plans, permits and finding construction workers to work on these exclusive properties.

3 Years later, only 63 out of 488 homes have been rebuilt.

The other 425 homeowners are living out of hotels or temporary residences and can’t even replace their belongings with nowhere to put them.

1600 Structures burned totaling over $6 Billion in this very expensive disaster.

The goal is not to be prepared for the flames.
It is to be prepared for the EMBERS.

Up to 90% of homes are damaged by small pieces of burnt debris blown by heavy winds typical to a wildfire. Most people think of the burning fire as the threat that will come and destroy their homes. How can we fight a 50-foot-high wall of fire? YOU CAN’T.

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