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5.4mm Steel

5.4mm Steel

Steel
This super-durable gutter mesh keeps large leaves, debris and wildlife out of your gutters and roof while withstanding hail and other natural challenges.

Pick your kit

Each 5.4mm steel mesh kit comes with installation components required for your roof type. Trim is optional with 5.4mm Steel mesh installation. Mesh Lock Gutter Trim can be an elected upgrade to the standard trim, for additional strength.

  • Bullnose Roof
  • Corrugated Roof
  • Decramastic Roof
  • Klip-lok® Roof
  • Longspan® Roof
  • Spandek® Roof
  • Tile Roof
  • Trimdek® Roof
Bullnose Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Bulllnose Profiles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Corrugated Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Corrugated Profiles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Decramastic Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Decramastic Profiles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Klip-lok® Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Longspan® Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Longspan Profiles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Spandek® Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Spandek Profiles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Tile Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Standard Clips, Safety Clips, Optional Z-Clips, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

Trimdek® Roof
Contents

Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh, Trimdek Saddles, Optional Gutter Trim, Optional Mesh Lock Gutter Trim, Metal Screws

30 available colours

Split into two groups, Classic and Contemporary, you can choose from COLORBOND® steel’s inspiring range of colours to match your mesh kit to your roof and gutters.

Configure your kit

Red Roof Large Leaves

Get superior strength and durability

Welded, overlaid, corrosion-resistant steel wires make this the strongest gutter mesh in our range. Able to withstand hail, storms, heavy loads and other challenges such as clawing and lifting by possums and other pests, it’s hot-dipped, galvanised and zinc-coated for superior rust resistance.

BMM On Corro Roof CHR

Keep out large leaves and pests

With its 5.4mm aperture, this mesh keeps larger leaves and debris out of your gutters to minimise maintenance and prevent clogging and expensive flood damage. The mesh also prevents pest-related damage and health hazards by keeping possums, birds and other pests out of your gutters and roof.

BMM Bullnose CHR

Install with ease on any roof

Our 5.4mm steel gutter mesh can be installed as a gutter guard on corrugated, tiled, Trimdek®, Klip-lok®, Spandek®, Longspan® and Decramastic roofs. With 30 COLORBOND® colours available, finding a mesh to match your roof colour couldn’t be easier. For your convenience, the mesh comes in a kit with all the colour-matched componentry and screws you need for installation.

Benefits of 5.4mm Steel

Blue Mountain Co 5.4mm Steel Gutter Mesh will provide great protection against large foliage.

The strength of steel ensures a strong barrier against pests and vermin attempting to enter your roof cavity, preventing wild animals from making your home their home.

Blue Mountain Co 5.4mm Steel Gutter Mesh is a bushfire compliant mesh, meaning it is a safe, non-combustible material that can be used in bushfire zones as gutter guard. Note: Only “ember guard compliant” mesh will keep both leaves and embers out of your gutters, providing maximum defence against ember attack. That’s why we recommend our 2mm steel gutter mesh for all homes in requiring protection against embers. 

Hail and snow are somewhat unpredictable forces of nature, but if you live in an area that has experienced them before, we would recommend a steel gutter mesh which is strong enough to withstand the weight and impact of hail.

This mesh will help with these environment factors:

Keeps out pests & vermin   Keeps out large leaves

High strength                          Withstands hail & snow      

 Bushfire compliant

See our installation guides below. For more detailed guides including images and product warranty, download the full document underneath.

  • Corrugated Installation

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    1. Place the roll of mesh on the roof with the cut edge of the mesh facing the gutter. The lower edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the edge of the gutter.
    2. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge.
      INSTALLATION TIP: We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    3. If standard or Mesh Lock trim is used, place the metal trim over the mesh. The mesh should rest under and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do not overtighten the metal screws.
      INSTALLATION TIP: As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress. If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
    4. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall. For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, you should consider pinching the mesh when the roof pitch is steep (over approx, 30°).
    5. Place the profiles over the mesh and roof.
      INSTALLATION TIP: Position the profile so that on square of the mesh is visible through the screw holes.
    6. Move the Profile left and right to achieve a good fit. Screw to the roof sheet using the 3 middle screw holes.
      INSTALLATION TIP: Use Corrugated Profile – Short. Or if using Corrugated Profile – Long, it can be cut in half or, into three pieces to improve alignment. This may be necessary if roof sheets have been stretched or compressed across the roof.
    7. Overlap the profiles by placing the closed end screw hole over the open end screw hole.
      INSTALLATION TIP: Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
    8. Screw to the roof sheet and continue along mesh length.

    Joining mesh

    When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place one metal screw through the centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    Cut the mesh to the shape of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using metal screws.

  • Tiled Installation

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    1. Install safety clips every 1.8m where two tiles meet. To install, slide the safety clip beneath the front edge of the second tile until it hooks over the back of the first tile. Use a flat head screwdriver to lever the second tile up as required. The safety clip provides a secure screw point for the mesh.
    2. Place the roll of mesh on the roof. The edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the gutter edge.
    3. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge. We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    4. If standard or Mesh Lock trim is used, place the metal trim over the mesh. The mesh should rest under the trim and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do no over tighten the metal screws. If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
      INSTALLATION TIP: As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
    5. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall. For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, you should consider pinching the mesh when the roof pitch is steep (over approx, 30°).
    6. Using tin snips, trim the mesh along the bottom edge of the second tile. This is necessary to allow the mesh to drop and rest flat against the top of the first tile. We recommend testing a short length of trimmed mesh to confirm that the trimmed width is correct.
    7. Push the mesh down to the front edge of the second tile.
    8. Install standard clips to the ridge of every second tile.

      For 2mm mesh, snip one strand of the mesh to allow the standard clip to be inserted. Insert the standard clip through this hole with the tail facing up and push the clip beneath the second tile using a flathead screwdriver.
      For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, insert the standard clip through the second last hole in the mesh with the tail facing up and push the clip beneath the second tile using a flathead screwdriver.
    9. Place a metal screw through the mesh into each safety clip.

    Joining mesh

    When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the top and centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    Cut the mesh around the edge of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.

  • Trimdek® Installation

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    1. Place the roll of mesh on the roof. The edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the gutter edge.
    2. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge.
      INSTALLATION TIP: Screw the mesh to the gutter at both ends to hold the mesh in place
    3. Place the standard or Mesh Lock trim over the mesh. The mesh should rest under and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
      INSTALLATION TIP: As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
    4. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall. For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, you should consider pinching the mesh when the roof pitch is steep (over approx, 30°).
    5. Secure the roof edge of the mesh by installing a saddle to every rib. Before installing the saddles, cut a “U” shape in the mesh. This cut should be 130mm deep and angled to create a “U” shape. Align the beginning of the cuts where the base of the rib meets the pan of the roof sheet. Align the end of the cut with the top edge of the rib. Cut straight between the two ends to create the bottom of the “U”. Place the saddle over top of the “U” shape to hold the mesh against the pan. Secure using a metal screw. Place another metal screw at the bottom of the “U” section.
    6. INSTALLATION TIP: Do not over-tighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress. For best results, use the mesh as a string line to keep the saddles straight.

    Joining mesh

    When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the top and centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    Cut the mesh around the edge of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.

  • Valleys (Multi-Pitch Fin)

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    1. Roll the required length of mesh along the valley gutter, overlapping the gutter mesh by 20mm at the centre of the valley. Valley mesh should be installed last to ensure it sits on top of the gutter mesh at the gutter.
    2. Place No.1 & No.2 multi-pitch fins over the mesh and on either side of the valley. Looking up the valley from the gutters internal corner, typically the No.1 multi-pitch fins are placed on the right and No.2 multi-pitch fins on the left.
      INSTALLATION TIP: We recommend overlapping the multi-pitch fins from bottom – top.
    3. Twist the first multi-pitch fins from left to right finding the ideal fit within the roof contour.
    4. Screw the multi-pitch fins to the roof sheet ensuring the screw penetrates through the mesh below. Do not overtighten the metal screws.
      INSTALLATION TIP: As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
    5. Join the overlapping mesh at the centre of the valley using a screw.
  • Valleys (Domed Installation)

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    1. To fit the domed valley mesh, squeeze the mesh together until the folded edges fit beneath the roof sheet on both sides of the valley. Release the mesh so that it spreads and fits snugly under both edges of the roof.
    2. You may be required to cut your domed valley to match your gutter mesh and ridge profile.
    3. Start fitting the domed valley mesh at the bottom of the valley, 100mm up from the end of the roof sheet where it enters the gutter. Work up to the ridge overlapping each section by 4 mesh squares. The valley mesh should be fitted over the top of the regular gutter mesh at the bottom of the valley.
    4. Secure each overlapping section of valley mesh together using metal screws provided. For narrower valley mesh, one screw per join is sufficient. For wider mesh, use two screws.
    5. Push the dome flat at the top and bottom to close off all openings and secure the lap with metal screws.

    For tile roofs:

    When fitting domed valley mesh to tiled roofs, it is important to have created a uniform gap over the valley gutter or to ensure the correct size domed valley are fitted to the progressive gaps if they change through the length of the valley.
    NOTE: To create and even gap you may need to cut the valley tiles up either side of the valley. Ensure the domed valley ordered is appropriate for the gap created.
  • Other Roof Installations

    For more detailed instructions including image snapshots, download the full guide below.

    Klip-lok® Installation

    1. Clean out all gutters to remove leaves and debris.
    2. Place the roll of mesh on the roof with the cut edge of the mesh facing the gutter. The edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the edge of the gutter.
    3. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge. We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    4. If standard or mesh lock trim are used, place the metal trim over the mesh at the gutter edge. The mesh should rest under the trim and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
      If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
    5. Make cuts in line with the corner of each pan of the roof sheet and along this line to the end of the roof sheet.
    6. Create a sharp 90 degree fold at each rib of the roof sheet so that the mesh sits flush with the front face of the rib. (Instructions for mesh installation that runs parallel to the ribs and pans are explained at Step 11.)
    7. Trim the height of these vertical sections of mesh to 25mm above the pan and 25mm above the rib of the roof sheet.
    8. Fold the mesh into each pan, folding it past horizontal to create tension between the mesh and the roof pan surface.
    9. Place two diagonal cuts in the mesh in line with the top edges of each rib.
    10. Fold the side sections of mesh over the side of the rib, then fold the top section of mesh over the top of the rib. Secure the mesh in place with a metal screw on both sides. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
    11. To install mesh that runs parallel to the direction of the ribs and pans, fold the mesh along the pan, folding it past horizontal to create tension between the mesh and the roof surface.
    12. Using offset tin snips, trim the mesh along the rib if required.
    13. Screw the mesh to the roof pan every 250mm, ensuring the screws sit over the gutter. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.

    Joining mesh

    1. When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    1. Cut the mesh to the shape of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.

    Spandek® Installation

    1. Clean out all gutters to remove leaves and debris.
    2. Place the roll of mesh on the roof with the cut edge of the mesh facing the gutter. The cut edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the edge of the gutter.
    3. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge. We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    4. If  standard or mesh lock trim are used, place the metal trim over the mesh at the gutter edge. The mesh should rest under and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress. If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
    5. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall.
      For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, ignore this step.
    6. Place the profiles over the mesh and roof. Move them from side to side to achieve a good fit with the contours of the roof and ensure one square of the mesh is visible through the screw holes. If necessary, cut profiles in half or into three pieces to improve alignment. This may be required if roof sheets have been stretched or compressed across the roof.
    7. Screw the profiles to the roof sheet. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.

    Joining mesh

    1. When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the top and centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    1. Cut the mesh to the shape of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.

    Longspan® Installation

    1. Clean out all gutters to remove leaves and debris.
    2. Place the roll of mesh on the roof with the cut edge of the mesh facing the gutter. The edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the edge of the gutter.
    3. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge. We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    4. If standard or mesh lock  trim are used, place the metal trim over the mesh at the gutter edge. The mesh should rest under the trim and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
      If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
    5. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall.
      For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, ignore this step.
    6. Place the profiles over the mesh and roof. Move them from side to side to achieve a good fit with the contours of the roof and ensure one square of the mesh is visible through the screw holes. If necessary, cut profiles in half or into three pieces to improve alignment. This may be required if roof sheets have been stretched or compressed across the roof.
    7. Screw the profiles to the roof sheet. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.

    Joining mesh

    1. When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the top and centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    1. Cut the mesh to the shape of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.

    Decramastic Installation

    1. Clean out all gutters to remove leaves and debris.
    2. Place the roll of mesh on the roof with the cut edge of the mesh facing the gutter. The edge of the mesh should rest on top – and just inside – the edge of the gutter.
    3. Roll the mesh out along the gutter edge. We recommended screwing the mesh to the gutter edge at both ends to hold the mesh in place.
    4. If standard or mesh lock trim are used, place the metal trim over the mesh. The mesh should rest under and against the front edge of the trim. Secure by placing a metal screw in every pre-made hole. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.
      If trim is not used, screw the mesh to the gutter edge every 250mm.
    5. For 2mm mesh, pinch the mesh at the gutter edge to form a horizontal platform. This will create a water break to prevent water from flowing to the edge of the mesh during heavy rainfall.
      For 4mm or 5.4mm mesh, ignore this step.
    6. Trim the mesh along the bottom edge of the second tile and push the mesh down to the front edge of the tile.
    7. Place the profiles over the mesh and roof. Move them from side to side to achieve a good fit with the bottom contours of the tile.
    8. Screw the profiles to the roof sheet. Do not overtighten the metal screws. As a guide, tighten the screw to the point where the rubber washer begins to compress.

    Joining mesh

    1. When joining two pieces of mesh, overlap the mesh by 20mm. Place a metal screw through the centre of the overlap.

    Corners

    1. Cut the mesh to the shape of the ridge capping. Overlap the mesh above the gutter and join using a metal screw.
  • Maintenance
    Installing gutter mesh will significantly reduce the volume and frequency of maintenance required for your gutters and roof. On sloped roofs, the mesh slope and over-the-gutter design will ensure that most leaves and debris are blown off the roof and mesh by the wind.
    However, no gutter protection system is completely maintenance free, so you will still need to occasionally check and clean your mesh and gutters to remove debris caught on the edge of your mesh or saddles, fine debris that may have collected in your gutters, or leaves and debris that cannot “self-clean” due to your roof slope or gutter type.
    Do not remove gutter mesh to carry out maintenance.
    We recommend engaging a maintenance professional to clean your gutters and mesh as they have the right equipment, experience and training to do so safely. If you choose to maintain your gutters and mesh yourself, take appropriate safety precautions first.
    • Wear protective gloves, protective clothing and protective non-slip footwear.
    • Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery.
    • Keep your work area clean and orderly.
    • Keep children away.
    • When using a ladder, follow the manufacturer’s instructions or seek professional advice.
    • Do not over-reach.
    • Stay alert. Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. If in doubt, seek help before proceeding.
    Use a leaf blower to remove leaves and debris from on top of your roof and gutter mesh.
    If there is any build-up of sediment or fine debris inside your gutters, use a normal pressure hose (through the mesh) to flush it out.
    Keep in mind that gutter mesh on flat roofs and box gutters will require more frequent maintenance, as their location and/or pitch make it difficult for leaves and debris to blow off the roof and mesh. If you have trees that drop large volumes of debris, you may also need to conduct more frequent maintenance. Installing gutter mesh will significantly reduce the volume and frequency of maintenance required for your gutters and roof.
  • Tools you might need
    • Cordless drill or impact driver
    • Tin snips
    • ¼ inch magnetic setter bit
    • Brush, vacuum or leaf blower (for cleaning gutters prior)
    • Ladder or trestles & plank
    • Personal protective equipment (PPE including eye protection, gloves, UV protection, footwear, fall restraint device, etc.)
  • Safety Recommendations
    • Take appropriate safety precautions while working at heights. Please check with relevant local and/or state authorities to see if there are any safety laws or rules that apply to working at height in your area.
    • Please read all instructions carefully and completely before commencing the installation.
    • Use personal protective equipment (PPE) including appropriate clothing when handling and working with gutter mesh and gutter mesh componentry.
    • Seek professional advice or call us if you do not understand any of the installation instructions
    • Only use the recommended componentry and accessories. Use of non- recommended items may create a hazard and will void the warranty of the product.
  • Site Preparation

    Clean out all gutters to remove leaves and debris, before fitting Blue Mountain Co Gutter Mesh.

  • Product FAQs
    • Which gutter mesh should I choose?

    Identifying the ideal mesh or meshes for your property depends on a number of factors, including the size of the leaves in your area, your bushfire risks and whether you live in a hail- or snow-prone area. For assistance selecting the best gutter mesh for your home or building, use our handy Mesh Matcher tool.

    • What does my warranty cover?

    All our gutter mesh materials and componentry come with a 12 year warranty from date of purchase. However, as with all warranties, conditions apply. Visit the warranty page for full details.

    • Will my steel mesh rust?

    While ordinary steel quickly deteriorates and rusts, Blue Mountain Co’s steel gutter mesh is hot-dipped, zinc-coated and galvanised for superior rust-resistance. When properly installed and maintained, it offers long-lasting protection for your gutters and property.

    • Why isn’t Blue Mountain Co gutter mesh made from stainless steel?

    In and of itself, stainless steel is a rust-resistant material. However, when joined to a roof made from a dissimilar, less “noble” metal, it can cause your roof to rust prematurely. Always consider your roofing materials so you can select a mesh that won’t cause galvanic corrosion.

    • Is steel mesh bushfire compliant?

    Many gutter mesh products are sold as being “bushfire compliant”. However, it’s important to understand whether the product you’re choosing is only compliant for use as a gutter guard in bushfire-prone areas, or whether it’s also compliant for use as an ember guard.
    While all correctly specified “gutter guard compliant” meshes will keep leaves out of your gutters, only “ember guard compliant” meshes will keep embers out too, providing superior bushfire protection. For a mesh to be ember guard compliant, it must have an aperture of 2mm or less and be made from corrosion-resistant steel, aluminium or bronze (for BAL 12.5, 19 and 29) or corrosion-resistant steel or bronze (for BAL 40 and FZ).
    All Blue Mountain Co gutter mesh is compliant for use as a gutter guard in bushfire-prone areas, however, only our 2mm corrosion-resistant steel mesh is also ember guard compliant.

    • What’s the difference between a gutter guard and an ember guard?

    A gutter guard such as gutter mesh is designed to keep leaves out of your gutters.
    Ember guards are designed to stop burning embers getting into your home through gaps greater than 3mm. They can be made from a non-combustible mesh or perforated sheet with an aperture of 2mm or smaller.
    Ember guards are mandatory for all new homes built in a bushfire-prone area with a BAL of 12.5 or higher. They’re used to “seal” any gaps greater than 3mm, such as gaps around your roof sheeting.
    For homes in areas with a BAL of 12.5, 19 or 29, ember guards can be manufactured from corrosion-resistant steel, bronze or aluminium. For homes in areas with a BAL of 40 or higher, only corrosion-resistant steel or bronze ember guards are allowed.

    • I live in a bushfire-prone area. Which gutter mesh should I choose?

    At Blue Mountain Co, we believe that you should protect yourself against the risk of fires igniting in any area of your property, including your gutters, roof cavities and wall spaces.
    Choosing an ember guard compliant mesh could save lives and property.
    That’s why we recommend our ember guard compliant 2mm corrosion-resistant steel gutter mesh for all homes in bushfire-prone areas.

    • I live in a hail- or snow-prone area. Which gutter mesh should I choose?

    If you live in a hail- or snow-prone area, we recommend choosing a steel gutter mesh product as steel offers superior strength for withstanding the threats posed by the weight of accumulated fallen hail and/or snow.

    • What comes in my gutter mesh kit?

    Our gutter mesh kits are all-inclusive, so they contain everything you need for your chosen installation.

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