The leaves are changing, days are getting shorter and the undeniable Autumn chill is in the air. One important preventative measure should be taken at this time of year, clearing those falling leaves from your gutters and downspouts! A gutter cleaning service should clean out the leaves and debris from the whole gutter and downspout system. It’s best to inspect and clean the gutters a few times during the fall, especially if there are many leafy trees around your house. If gutters remain clogged, water will spill over them and onto the ground next to the foundation, which may cause damage to the foundation. Gutters and downspouts should be kept clean and should direct water away from the foundation, as well as from walkways and driveways, so that they do not become slippery or icy. The Lowes Home Improvement video will illustrate how the gutters should be cleaned, if you choose to do it yourself.
Please disregard the how-to and gutter cleaning special portion if your association is responsible for the maintenance of gutters.
Gutter Cleaning Special
- Clean out the leaves and debris
- Bag the waste and flush the entire system.
- Inspect and tighten fasteners and reseal end caps and outlets
- Remove bagged debris off site
One story house: $95
Two Story house: $135
Specials only apply for homeowners who are responsible for their gutter cleaning.