The Great Barrier Leaf clean gutter and bird proofing system is an effective leaf guard that fits into your existing gutters, reducing leaf entry by up to 99%. It will fit most roof and gutter types including tiles (terracotta or cement) slate, corrugated, colorbond even flat roofs.
The Great Barrier Leaf - Your Specialists In Gutter Protection
Blocked gutters pose a potential safety hazard to your home.
Flooded gutters threaten water damage to eaves, fascia, internal walls and plaster ceilings as well as erode gardens and building foundations.
The Great Barrier Leaf gutter-guard system improves tank water collection and filtration, reduces fire hazard and also prevents birds nesting in your roof and attracting parasites into your home.
Our unique UV stabilized high density polyethylene gutter system fits into most existing gutters and reduces leaf entry by up to 99 per cent.
Easy installation makes it ideal for DIY handymen keen to safeguard their roof and spouting.
Otherwise our qualified installers can clean and flush your guttering and downpipes before custom-fitting the leaf guard system for your home.
Unlike most gutter protectors, the Great Barrier Leaf can easily be removed for easy cleaning of silt if required.
It comes with a 10-year product guarantee and has a 20-year life expectancy.
We also offer a 12-month money-back satisfaction guarantee.
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Do you hate being disturbed by birds flying up under your roof?
Do you worry nests in your eaves or roof pose a fire hazard?
Install The Great Barrier Leaf’s custom-made bird-proofing system to safeguard your gutters and roof.
The effective barrier prevents birds such as sparrows, Indian mynas, black birds and starlings nesting in your roof.
The easy-to-install system is suitable for most roof types, including tiles, tin and slate.
You either order on-line and install the system yourself or ask out trained installers to fit it for you.
Bird Lice & Mites
With birds come lice and mites. Pigeons, sparrows and starlings notoriously play host to blood-sucking parasites that cause skin irritations and disease.
The pests enter your home down wall cavities and through ventilators into bedrooms in search of food.
If infected, people can suffer rashes and other skin irritations.