Deciduous trees are often found in the Eastern half of the United States where the soil is rich and there is more winter weather. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the Fall, dropping on top of the tree's roots where they will recharge the soil with nutrients. Houses that are surrounded by many tall trees or that have tall trees a short distance away will often have a recurring problem with leaves and small branches being blown into the gutters during storms. If gutters are left unprotected, there is a risk of clogs and run-off that can damage a home's foundation, walls or landscaping. Using gutter protection helps keep the gutters clean and free-flowing. Gutter Covers International has the perfect answer for protecting your gutters from clogs due to deciduous trees: Gutter Topper®, The Solution® and The Leaf Terminator®.
|Deciduous Tree Leaves|
|Coniferous Tree Needles|
Hopefully now you understand the difference between deciduous and coniferous trees. Each one can cause its own problems for you and your gutters. If you need help deciding which gutter cover will solve your problems, visit us at www.guttertopper.com.