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LeafFilter Gutter Protection Opens Boston, Massachusetts Office

The nation's leading gutter protection company, LeafFilter, expands operations to New England

BOSTON, Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LeafFilter™ Gutter Protection, the nation's leading gutter guard company, is excited to announce that Gutter Protection Perfection™ is now available throughout Massachusetts from LeafFilter's new Boston office.

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LeafFilter™ began operations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts area just after the New Year, opening the local LeafFilter™ office in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. The Boston LeafFilter™ location will provide gutter guard sales, installation and service of the LeafFilter™ Gutter Protection system far and wide across the 'Bay State.'

"It's definitely very exciting to kick the New Year off by expanding LeafFilter™ operations to New England," said Matt Kaulig, LeafFilter™ North, Inc. owner and president. "The weather is always rough and brutal in the Northeast, doesn't matter what time of the year it is. We're eager to keep homeowners in the Boston area safe and off the ladder with our superior gutter guard product."

The LeafFilter™ Boston office based out of Hopkinton, Massachusetts will serve homeowners throughout the Greater Boston area, Northern Rhode Island, Southern New Hampshire and Eastern and Central Massachusetts. LeafFilter™ is excited to bring the nation's best gutter guard solution to customers in Lowell, Marlborough, Framingham, Franklin and as far west as Springfield or up north in Nashua, New Hampshire and even parts of Rhode Island.

Despite the chilly winter weather, the recently opened LeafFilter™ Boston office will hit the ground running with the first major home show of the year in Mid-January. The LeafFilter™ Boston marketing team is thrilled to meet, talk, answer any questions and schedule free estimates with local homeowners for the first time in New England at the Northern Rhode Island Spring Home Show.

LeafFilter™ will exhibit the nation's best gutter guard system at the Northern Rhode Island Spring Home Show from January 17-19, 2014 at the Twin River Casino & Event Center in Lincoln, Rhode Island. The show doors will open to patrons from 11 a.m.8 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m.8 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.6 p.m. on Sunday.

LeafFilter's Boston office is staffed by Marketing Manager Stacey Warren, Operations Manager Jacob Timm and Project Manager John McArdle. The LeafFilter™ Boston location Operations Manager Jacob Timm transferred to the Boston office from LeafFilter's Toledo shop, while Marketing Manager Stacey Warren and Project Manager John Mcardle are both new hires.

"We're looking forward to getting things up and running here in Boston," said McArdle, a lifetime New Englander with an extensive background in construction and project management.

The LeafFilter™ Gutter Protection Boston office will be located in Hopkinton, Massachusetts at:

LeafFilter™ North, Inc. (Boston)

231 South Street

Hopkinton, Massachusetts 01748

1-800-290-6106

LeafFilter™ gutter protection has been rated the #1 professionally-installed gutter guard system by two leading consumer publications. The company has also garnered serious award hardware throughout the past year, ranking on both the Inc. 500|5000 list and Qualified Remodeler Magazine's Top 500 in back-to-back years. The nation's best gutter guard solution, LeafFilter™ Gutter Protection, is based out of Hudson, Ohio and has also ranked as one of the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Top Workplaces. LeafFilter™ was also named a Weatherhead 100 winner and Inc. Hire Power award winner in consecutive years.

LeafFilter™ Gutter Guards keep debris out of the gutters, allowing water to flow freely and homeowners to never again worry about clogged gutters. The LeafFilter™ micro mesh gutter guard system will never rust and never corrode; standing up to the harshest weather the Eastern Seaboard can dish out. The LeafFilter™ system features surgical-grade, stainless steel micromesh protection that is completely sealed shut, which allows nothing but water to flow into the gutters. LeafFilter™ is thrilled to help homeowners throughout Massachusetts never again climb the ladder to deal with clogged gutters.

Media Contact: Zach Kulpa, LeafFilter™ North, Inc., 330-655-8779, [email protected]

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