Ask The Builder's Tim Carter Chooses ...

Ask The Builder's Tim Carter Chooses MasterShield Gutter...

There are 6 comments on the PRWeb story from Sep 10, 2008, titled Ask The Builder's Tim Carter Chooses MasterShield Gutter.... In it, PRWeb reports that:

RIDGEWOOD, N.J. September 10, 2008 -- 'MasterShield Gutter Protection does what it says, keeping all leaves, oak tassels, maple helicopters and even pine needles out of gutters,' said Carter.

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United States

#1 Jan 16, 2009
I personally installed Gutterglove Gutterguard on my gutters at home because of it's strength and durability due to it's commercial applications. Mastershield just didn't seem durable enough, when I held it in my hand I could easily bend it. I have had no problems with clogging or overflow so far, and now I never have to clean my gutters again. If you want to check it out you can find them at . It was well worth the investment!
Gutter replacement

Wilmette, IL

#2 Feb 11, 2009
Do you know of a video on line that shows the prpoer way to install gutters I want to replace mine on my garage that has an attached shed to it and get different answers as to how to do it. Some say to put up the corners first some say I need to put up the down spouts first (which I find hard to believe) others say just go for it start with a corner than the gutters than down spout

Walnut, CA

#3 Jul 14, 2010
Tim seems to pick just one product arbitrarily When I read his reviews he did not mention much about any of the other products, seems a bit shady. The only place I could find for in-depth and more comparative gutter protection review is at - they seem to give a bit more to than just we recommend it they tell you why

Since: Jun 08

Rochester, NH

#4 Dec 12, 2010 founder Tim Carter seems to be in business only to sell products. Whatever he finds the "best" or the "most useful" he seems to have a convenient link so you can buy it. I quit getting his newsletters after about a month because they were nothing more than ads for stuff he was selling.

Bowie, MD

#5 Mar 8, 2011
The problem about Gutterglove is that it is too stiff. This makes it impossible to pitch at an angle. The product is installed flat because if it is put at an angle, it will pop up your roof shingles. MasterShield though, is flexible and able to be pitched at the roof angle.

Mclean, VA

#6 Mar 8, 2011

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