Best Practice: Have Your Gutters Cleaned 2X Per Year!
If you have big trees around your home, many of them drop as much debris in the late spring as they do in the late Fall.
In the spring it’s twirly-birds, seeds, and who knows what that other stuff is? The bottom line is that it clogs gutter drains as much or more than Fall leaves. This is why you should have your gutters cleaned just before Summer and just before Winter to make sure your roof drainage flows away from your home like it is suppose to.
Many homeowners wait to have their gutters cleaned until they notice a drainage problem, or worse, damage to their home. Waiting for warning signs is like waiting to lower your cholesterol until after you have a heart attack. Preventative maintenance is the key keeping your home structurally sound.
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Gutter cleaning is an integral part of maintaining your home. As a busy homeowner myself, I know gutter cleaning is probably at the bottom of your list of things you want to think about.
The problem is, many homeowners wait to get their gutters cleaned until they notice a problem, or so much debris has collected the gutter is tearing from the roof.
Clogged gutters can wreak havoc with the natural drainage of water away from your home. This can result in damage to fascia, soffit, roofing, or even begin leaking into your home. Additionally, water damage can ruin the very foundation of your home – something you NEVER want to happen.
Some of the many benefits of gutter cleaning include:
- Prevent water damage to your home
- Avoid nesting areas for termites, birds, mosquitoes, and other insects
- Prevent destruction of expensive landscaping
- Maintain value and beauty of your home
Make sure to schedule your gutter cleaning in the spring and fall each year. Many companies even have an annual program you can sign up for so you never have to think about cleaning your gutters again, and your home will be protected for years to come.