Properly pitched gutters and leaders gather that water and channel it away from the home. Doing so prevents water penetration into the home and its foundation. Because of how important a properly flowing gutter system is to your home, you must keep them clean, all year round. If you don’t, rainwater can seep into your home’s roof, siding, and even its foundation. Water damage to these parts of your home can result in costly repairs. Simply cleaning your gutters prevents these expensive projects and keeps water flowing away from your home.
We recommend that you clean your gutters about 6 times per year. Your property and closeness to trees will tell us more about your specific needs, but we typically suggest this recommended schedule: In March, to re-nail all gutters and clear out the branches, dirt and other winter debris – so that they are ready for the “April Showers” In June, to clean out all the oak tassels, ragweed, seed pods, “helicopters”, and other debris that land all over our properties In August, to remove wind-blown debris caused by Summer thunderstorms And then three times in the Fall: October, November, and December, to remove all the clogs caused by leaves that come down throughout the Fall season, before the winter freeze. Our Service Plans provide the [...]
First of all, they are very expensive vs our gutter cleaning plans. The solution for gutter clogs is simple: clean the gutters on a regular schedule. You can do this by signing up for one of our ongoing service plans, and you won’t worry about your gutters again.
You don't need to be home. After you schedule your job, we will appear automatically without further notice for each service scheduled, do a great job. It’s that easy!