New Product Flash: Leaf Defier From Monzi, LLC

New Product Flash: Leaf Defier From Monzi, LLC


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This product allows water and fine particulates to flow through gutter systems while keeping out leaves and other debris.

New Product Flash: Leaf Defier From Monzi, LLC

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New Product Flash: Leaf Defier From Monzi, LLC

The Leaf Defier® family of gutter protection products from Monzi, LLC, located in Moonachie, NJ, provides facility managers the ability to improve stormwater management, enhance building durability, and help prevent pest infestations by allowing water and fine particulates to flow freely through gutter systems while keeping leaves and other debris out.

Leaf Defier® from Monzi, LLC
Leaf Defier® from Monzi, LLC

Designed with high performance urethane polymers, Leaf Defier is inserted into gutters to ensure leaves, twigs, pine needles, and other possible obstructions are kept from entering and clogging gutter systems. As a result, water flows readily through the foam filter insert, into the gutter valley and out the downspout to virtually eliminate overflows that can infiltrate structures to cause foundation cracks and other forms of water related damage.

Leaf Defier can help solve problems by preventing all forms of pests from entering the gutter cavity, including insects like mosquitoes that breed in standing water or carpenter ants that can build nests in moist wood caused by clogged gutters. Dr. Austin Frishman, a Board Certified Entomologist and recognized industry expert in the pest management field, recently confirmed the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) benefits of the Leaf Defier family of gutter protection products in a report that highlighted the product’s ability to change conducive conditions in favor of facility managers.

To ensure longevity, the Leaf Defier family of products has passed Nationally Accredited Exterior Grade Weather Arc Testing. Lightweight and flexible, these systems also offer the high water flow rates, are proven fire resistant to a 250°C flashpoint, and incorporate an environmentally safe biocide and fungicide to resist the growth of organic compounds.

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14 COMMENTS

  1. I would like to get my money back. $750.00. The leaf defiers are all clogged up.
    I covered every inch of the gutters. Leafs dont get through . But, all the dust and dirt does. It totally clogged them up. where do I go for a refund. You promise a 25 year guarantee.
    And when it rains hard, the leaf defiers, restrict the rain. Counter productive.

  2. @Bill the product has been approved for non potable use.
    @Lisa we have had very good success during the winter times. We will help reduce the ice logs and icicles but due to other variables we cannot promise that they will be totally eliminated. The product will only positive effect the environment by allowing the melting water run away more quickly.
    @Debbie you do not need to remove the product during winter times. Snow and Ice tend to set up on top of the product. As it melts it will pass through the product quickly. If it does freeze within the product it will freeze in pellets that melt quickly once the temperature warms up. Again there are other factors that contribute to icing at the eaves and we cannot control circumstances that are caused by insulation or ventilation issues within the house..

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