GUTTERBRUSH 100MM X 4M LENGTH
Gutterbrush Leaf Guard (4m x 100mm)
Stop Gutter Clutter! The Permaroof gutter brush helps to eliminate clogged gutters, downpipes and drains. No more roof leaks caused by overflowing gutters.
Manufactured from polypropylene brush filaments spun around a stainless-steel wire spine. Virtually indestructible, fast and easy to fit.
- Fitted in minutes & lasts for years
- Solves blocked gutters & drains immediately
- 10-year guarantee
- 100mm X 4m length
- Fits most gutter profiles
- 10-year guarantee
Our Gutterbrush is available in black or white (100mm only), so that it remains as discreet as possible, blending in with your existing guttering. It is also available in two sizes – 100mm and 150mm.
- Black 150mm
- Black 100mm
- White (100mm only)
Features and benefits of the Permaroof Gutter Brush:
- Solves blocked gutter and drain problems immediately
- Avoids roof damage caused by overflowing gutters
- Fast and easy to fit
- Avoids ladder climbing for annual maintenance
- Also fits traditional iron and asbestos gutters
- Adapts automatically to the shape of any gutter
- Avoids the need to call in costly professionals to unblock gutters and drains
- Fits around corners and over down pipe outlets
- Does the job it was designed to do perfectly!
Customer Service and Delivery
- Orders placed before 12pm will be processed the same day for fast delivery (Mainland UK).
- Collection available from Alfreton, Derby by appointment.
- For further product information or after sales service please contact our friendly team by phone, email or chat.
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How to fit the Permaroof Gutter Brush
Before installation ensure that any leaves and other debris are removed, and the gutters, downpipes and drains are clean.
It is important that the correct diameter brush is chosen for your gutters or drains. The brush must fit snugly in position without any gaps either side. If the brush is allowed to ‘rattle’, it will be much less effective and is likely to be blown out. If you measure the inside width of the gutter and it is, say 90mm, the correct diameter of brush would be the standard 100mm diameter.
The filaments at the top of the brush should extend slightly above the level of the tiles or slate.
Although perfectly suitable for standard 100mm square or round profile gutters, the 100mm diameter Permaroof brush will suit most gutter profiles and styles including Deepflow, Ogee and Classic profiles.
The brushes should run continuously along the whole length of your guttering. When one brush finishes, bend the excess wiring at the end of each brush backwards to form a hook and simply attach the two brush ends together to continue the run. The brushes can run directly across the down pipe or drain outlets. If there is excess brush at the end of the run, cut the excess of with a pair of wire snips but make sure you leave approximately 50mm overrun, then untwist the wire to remove excess filaments, re-twist the spine and bend into a hook shape and secure into the gutter.
Additional Useful information
In some cases where the gutter line tiles do not reach into the gutter properly or in extremely windy areas it is also recommended that the product is tied down with cable ties (400mm). One at each end and one in the middle should be adequate. Feed the cable tie around through the back of the gutter beside the gutter bracket then push the tie end through the lock and pull it tight. (Trim the excess neat to the lock). If the roof tiles run into the gutter far enough, the brush will be kept firmly in place and will not require the use of the cable ties.
In normal circumstances, after fitting, the brushes and gutters should not require cleaning for at least 5 to 7 years, and in some cases much longer. All large objects, such as leaves and sticks, will not be allowed to enter the gutter and therefore will blow away or perish. Smaller particles percolate down into the brush and will also break down. Water will still have free passage along the gutter, but the particles will be prevented from reaching your drainage system and causing blockage.
After a short while the accumulation of dirt in the bottom of the gutter will be broken down by the action of aerobic bacteria and beneficial fungi. This biological decomposition and the passage of rainwater will become a self-cleaning process.