Waterlock Half Round Gutter Guards

Our half-round gutter guards are the perfect option for homeowners that want to combine the elegant look of European architecture and historic North American style at the same time. As the name im-plies, half-round gutter guards resemble a fully-enclosed pipe that is cut in half lengthwise. They are just as likely to get clogged with debris as their K-style and box-style counterparts; thus, half-round gutter guards are necessary to maintain them. Designed with our years of experience in the market and manufactured with our cutting-edge technology, our Waterlock Half-Round Gutter Guards will only allow water to pass through while keeping all kinds of debris, including shingle debris, plant material, dirt, pollen, pests, insects, and many more out of your gutter system!

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Royal Brown
Royal Brown
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Micromesh Owerlap Connection System

Art of Gutter our overlap connection mesh system is unique that mesh overlay to connect one section of gutter guard to the next. which are installed in one continuous piece without visible seams. The mesh overlay is designed to create a secure and stable connection between the sections of the gutter guard, This system can be installed by a professional or as a DIY project. Some benefits include better water flow and durability Improved water flow The mesh overlay creates a tight and secure connection between the sections of the gutter guard, which can help to prevent leaks and improve the overall flow of water through the gutter system. Increased durability The mesh overlay provides added strength and stability to the connection between the sections of the gutter guard, which can help to prevent sagging or pulling away from the building over time.Seamless appearance: With an overlap connection mesh system, there are no visible seams between the sections of the gutter guard, providing a more polished and professional look.The mesh allows for expansion and contraction due to temperature changes, reducing the chance of gutter damage. Better performance in heavy rain: The overlap connection mesh system can handle heavy rain better than traditional gutter systems.


• Designed to be installed with new gutters, asphalt shingle roofs newer than 5 years old,

• Fits all types of half-round gutter systems, including 5” & 6” gutters,

• Slows down heavy rain flow & prevents water overflow,

• Keeps out leaves, pine needles, shingle debris, pests, seeds, birds, furry friends & prevents clogging,

• Aluminum variations are manufactured from thick .027 gauge painted aluminum produced in the United States,

• Copper variations are manufactured from 16oz copper material produced in the United States,

• All sales are final for copper products,

• Life Time Transferable 35 Year Warranty and 30-Day Money Back Guarantee with original packaging unused,

• Installation with 1” margin notching system that is pressed on top of each other, which allows seamless and strong transitions,

• No damage to your roofs during installation,

• Available in 16 color options, including copper material,

Warranty & Maintenance

Our gutter protection products are designed to be maintenance-free for a very long period of time. Waterlock Gutter Protection systems warrant all of our purchased gutter guards and gutter products for a lifetime. If you encounter any problems with our products, we will ensure that you receive assis-tance from a professional dealer partner FREE OF CHARGE to repair and provide necessary modifi-cations for your gutter guards. If your roof has trees, vegetation, wildlife, and similar environmental factors in its surrounding area, it would be good to clean the top of your gutter guards from time to time. The same applies to regions affected by harsh weather conditions such as but not being limited to heavy rain, snowstorms, hails, and icing. This cleaning process does not mean that you will need to maintain your gutter guards continuously. Our products are designed with cutting-edge technology to prevent clogging, warping, wildlife nesting, pest infestation, and resist harsh weather conditions for a very long-life period. The warranty is also transferable to any new owner if the invoices, order forms, and other documentation are preserved.

Lifetime And Transferable Warranty

Our lifetime and transferable warranty for gutter guards is a guarantee that the product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for as long as the current homeowner owns the home. This type of warranty also covers the cost of any repairs or replacements that may be needed due to defects in the product. Additionally, a transferable warranty means that the warranty can be transferred to the next homeowner if the property is sold.

This type of warranty can provide peace of mind for homeowners, as it ensures that they will not have to pay for repairs or replacements out of pocket if something goes wrong with the gutter guard system. It also ensures that the next homeowner will have the same protection in case of any defects.

It's important to note that lifetime and transferable warranties typically have certain terms and conditions that need to be met in order for the warranty to be valid. For example, the gutter guards may need to be installed by a professional, and regular maintenance may be required to keep the warranty valid. It is important to read the terms and conditions of the warranty carefully before making a purchase and to keep all documentation in case a claim needs to be made.

About Our Z Bend Techonolgy

Art of gutter our new Innovative pressing z-bend technology is a method of attaching gutter guard systems without the use of glue or silicone. This technology uses a special process to shape the gutter guard material into a z-shaped bend that locks securely into the gutter. The z bend is designed to fit snugly into the gutter without the need for additional adhesives, making it a quick and easy installation process. This technology is also known for its durability and resistance to high winds and heavy rainfall. Additionally, this technology eliminates the need for messy and difficult-to-clean-up glue or silicone, making it a more efficient and cleaner installation method.

Pressing Z bend technology, also known as mechanical locking, is a method of joining two pieces of metal without the use of glue or silicone. This technique involves using a specialized tool to bend the edges of one piece of metal into a "Z" shape, which then locks into a corresponding "Z" shape on the other piece of metal. This creates a secure, tight connection that is able to withstand high levels of stress and pressure.

One of the main advantages of using pressing Z bend technology is that it eliminates the need for messy, time-consuming adhesive products such as glue or silicone. This makes the installation process quicker and easier. Additionally, this method provides a strong and durable connection that is not affected by temperature changes or exposure to moisture.

Pressing Z bend technology is commonly used in the construction of metal structures such as bridges, buildings, and industrial equipment. It is also used in the manufacturing of various metal products such as appliances, furniture, and automotive parts.


What is a half-round gutter?

Half-round gutters have a symmetrical u-shape that complements older and historic homes, buildings, and venues. Their shape resembles a tube that has been cut in half. The rounded shape is also an excellent option to add a touch of class and style to modern households.

What sizes do half-round gutters come in?

Half-round gutters are available in 5” & 6” sizes. We can supply you with custom gutter sizes such as 4”, 7”, and 8” if required.Call us during our office hours or send us an email for a swift reply.

How do you connect half-round gutters?

You need to first set the pitch when connecting half-round gutters. Then you need to attach the brackets using their respective screws (aluminum screws for aluminum gutters & cop-per screws for copper gutters). You proceed by hanging the gutters in their place. Contin-ue by soldering endcaps, elbows, outlets, and downspouts. Finally, install the down-spouts, and you are done.

Can you put gutter guards on half-round gutters?

Yes! You can install special half-round gutter guards for your existing or new half-round gutter systems. They work in the same manner as K-style and box-type gutter guards and are an excellent choice for households that want to retain a classy look for their exterior!

How deep are half-round gutters?

On standard, half-round gutter guards have a depth of 75mm.

How do you cut half-round gutters?

The most common tool used for cutting metal half-round gutters is miter saws. You can fit the miter saw with a carbide-tipped finish blade for cutting through metal for the fastest and most efficient method. You can cut the metal both in straight and angular patterns de-pending on where you are planning on installing your gutters.

How do you install half-round gutter guards?

You install half-round gutter guards in DIY fashion or by getting assistance from profes-sionals. If you have an existing gutter system, you first remove the screwings and old gut-ter guards. Then proceed with cleaning the gutters. Steadily place the half-round gutter guards on their allotted spaces and then crew them back again. We highly suggest that you get help from professionals if it is your first time installing gutter guards to ensure the pro-cess goes as smoothly as possible.

How do you install copper half-round gutters?

You install copper half-round gutters precisely the same way as you install our aluminum gutters! The only main difference would be in taking special care of the material of the screws, as copper gutters and gutter guards require copper screws. The reason is that met-als like aluminum and steel are prone to rust, and they might affect the life expectancy of your copper gutters.