Screen Tech includes several ranges of the best gutter guards to meet the needs of your next gutter guard job. Our gutter guards work to keep your gutters clear and never restrict water flow.
- Commercial-grade gutter protection system
- High-quality aluminium
- Ember Guard
- Poly mesh
- Colorbond® steel
- BAL40 & BAL-FZ-rated
- Custom Made Solution
- Bespoke bushfire protection product
ScreenTech supplies gutter guard protection products to local professional gutter guard installation teams or installers Australia-wide. We team up with the best in the business. Call ScreenTech, and get the name of your local Screen Tech gutter guard installer today.
With over 20 years of experience supplying and installing gutter guards in Australia, we have encountered many different roof types and fixtures. Our powder-coated gutter guard products suit box gutters, parapets, bull nose and other commercial roofs. Quoting your customers for gutter guard installation has always been challenging with our Estimation service. We will quote your next job off building plans or online maps.
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Our gutter guards suit different gutter systems, such as roof valleys, box gutters, bull nose gutters, standard gutters and parapets. We offer various roof gutter guard mesh options for the specific roof type or gutter system with different mesh width lengths, mesh types and hole sizes. Our gutter guard systems attach to the gutter edge of any gutter system and fix to metal roofs with saddles, clips and screws or under the second row of tiles.
Our gutter guards work on several metal roof profiles, including flat roofs, corrugated, Trimdek®, Klip-Lok® and tiled roof profiles.
ScreenTech corrugated gutter protection, including corrugated saddles, trims, mesh and screws in Colorbond® colours. Available to suit corrugated valley.
ScreenTech roof tiles gutter protection includes trims, mesh and screws in Colorbond® colours and terracotta colours. Available to suit tile valley gutters.
ScreenTech Trimdek® gutter protection, including Trimdek® saddles, trims, mesh and screws in Colorbond® colours. Available to suit roof-to-roof Trimdek®.
Screen Tech Klip-Lok® gutter protection, including Klip-Lok® saddles, trims, mesh and screws in Colorbond® colours. Available to suit roof-to-roof Klip-Lok®.
Screen Tech gutter guards are also adaptable for a flat roof profile, including saddles, trims, mesh and screws in Colorbond® colours. Available to suit roof-to-roof, roof-to-wall and roof-to-gutter fixtures. Gutter guards that create a flat surface require more.
It is also essential to look at the roof’s angles to ensure you get the correct installation. Call us if you need assistance finding the best gutter guard products for your roof pitch.
Our gutter guard is part of an integrated mesh gutter guard system that integrates with your specific roof type and gutter. It is the most comprehensive and long-lasting gutter guard on the market and is the best gutter guard. Other DIY gutter guards include vinyl guards, mesh panels, brush gutter guards and foam gutter guards. While most gutter guards are easy to install and keep roof gutters clean, they do not provide comprehensive protection for all gutter guard solutions.
Yes. A gutter guard protects downpipes if you choose a complete integrated mesh system for the entire house.
Our TuffMesh™ range has complied with an AS4020 rating, meaning it is drinking water compliant.
Aluminium gutter guard is the metal of choice. Aluminium gutter guards are more robust and non-reactant. Steel gutter guards systems are powder-coated, but they will react and rust more quickly as the coating breaks down. The aluminium gutter guard’s extruding process offers more longevity and strength than steel welding. View our GutterMesh & TuffMesh aluminium ranges and steel mesh ranges.
Metal gutter protection systems are most popular for homeowners and gutter guard installers. Typically, plastic gutter guards are less durable, fire-resistant and long-lasting, and prone to colour fading over time compared to metal gutter guards.
We do recommend poly gutter guards for coastal properties and galvanised roofs.
Yes. A gutter guard protects your gutters from heavy downpours. We recommend a commercial-grade mesh for added durability and strength if you live in tropical climates or areas prone to steady heavy rain. Visit our TuffMesh™ page for more details.
The mesh hole size is the critical difference between an ember and a gutter guard. Many gutter guards are fire-resistant, but only gutter guards with an aperture size less than 2mm meet the ember guard compliancy.
Gutter guard does not work with solar panels as the hole size is too small to allow optimal light and airflow. Our Solar Mesh is a wire mesh that promotes increased airflow meaning your panels do not heat up and diminish the energy your panels can collect daily. It also protects your solar panels from collecting leaf litter and bird materials that ignite in a bushfire.