Mother Nature constantly deposits an assortment of debris into your gutters. As time passes, these accumulations can result in blockages that ultimately pave the way for water damage to occur.
When your gutters are leaking, they are not doing their job, and this can result in:
Damage to the roof and fascia which can result in roof problems and wood rot
Water pooling near the foundation which can cause a damaged or cracked foundation
Gutter Cleaning Procedure
Since each home has its unique attributes, our gutter cleaning process is tailored to accommodate variations in roof type and landscaping. Below outlines our customary cleaning procedure.
First, we remove debris, such as leaves, acorns, using blowers or manually extracting heavier materials that cannot be blown away.
Following that, we employ high-pressure air to eliminate smaller debris, including oak tassels, seed pods, ragweed, shingle granules, and other items that may have accumulated in your gutters.
Then a thorough examination and clearing of your downspouts is conducted as required.
Finally, we gather all the removed debris from your gutters and blow it to a suitable location, off decks and pathways.
When should I clean gutters in WNC? If you have open gutters, ie, no covering, gutters need to be cleaned at least twice a year – in the spring and in the fall. If you have pine trees near your home, needles will need to be removed every three months to reduce the potential for clogging the gutters and downspouts. For covered gutters, a visual inspection will let you know when they need attention. Give us a call to help you decide when it is time to clean.Why shouldn't I just clean my gutters myself? Cleaning gutters requires the use of ladders and sometimes access to the roof. As per the National Safety Council's statistics, falls are the primary contributor to unintended fatalities and injuries within households. These incidents result in more than 6,500 annual deaths and a staggering two million hospital-associated injuries yearly.