Gutter Guard Installed with Central Coast Gutter Cleaning helps prevent bushfire

Gutter Guard/Ember Guard Helps Prevent Bushfire Attack

With the recent bushfires in New South Wales and around the Central Coast the necessity to have a Fire Safety Plan has become vital. If quality fire rated Gutter Guard is not installed to a roof, then there is high risks of fire damage or property loss. Even poorly-specified gutter mesh may put your property at risk from bushfire by allowing leaves into your gutters or letting embers through the gaps between your guttering and roof.

Central Coast Gutter Cleaning provides quality Australian Standard tested Gutter Guards and Ember Guards. Our 4mm Gutter Guards come in high grade Aluminium and high grade Steel options and are perfect in keeping your roof leaf free in high risk areas. We also offer premium 2mm Ember Guards to protect your home from Bush Fire attack giving you complete peace of mind. Ember Guards are designed to limit the access of embers into a roof cavity in bushfire-prone regions such as Gosford, Kariong, Woy Woy, Somersby, Erina, Avoca, Terrigal, Tuggerah, Bateau Bay, The Entrance & Wyong. Our Ember Guards are non-combustible and manufactured from anti-corrosive metal, and is tested in accordance with AS/NZS 1530. Our Gutter Guards are CSIRO tested in accordance with AS 3959-2009 (construction of buildings in bushfire prone areas), and is suitable and adheres to required standards for use as Gutter Guard in all Bushfire Attack Levels (BAL-12.5, BAL-19,BAL-29, BAL-40 & BAL-FZ)

Our premium metal Ember Guard – Gutter Guard:

  • Material – Commercial grade Aluminium & Steel options
  • Warranty – 20 Years
  • Keeps large leaves and debris from entering gutters
  • Meets the standard of ember guards, offering excellent bushfire protection
  • Requires less maintenance
  • Helps discourage pests and insects from nesting
  • Comes in a range of colours to suit your roof and gutters

Be prepared. Contact us now for a Free Quote to assist you with your Fire Safety Plan on the Central Coast.


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