Frequently Asked Questions
When gutters are left full of debris and clogged, water can overflow, which causes sagging or breakage and rot the walls of the building. In addition, standing water in gutters increases the growth of moss and algae. Blockages in downspouts can prevent water from being diverted away from the building causing damage to the structure and property.
Roof blowing or cleaning is a standard part of our gutter services. Loose debris on the roof such as leaves, branches, etc. will need to be air blown and removed in order to keep it from going back into your gutters and downspouts. If there is loose debris on your roof, we will remove prior to cleaning the gutters and downspouts.
After we blow the roof to remove any loose debris we then scoop/blow out leaves, dirt and debris from inside of the gutters by hand, with a gutter cleaning tool and/or a blower. Next, we use a hose as needed to remove grime from the bottom and sides of the inside of the gutters. Then, we flush out downspouts to clear any blockages and ensure proper drainage. Finally, we remove any excess from the outside of the gutters, siding, grass, shrubs, walks, etc. and dispose of or remove any debris.
Yes, we can pressure wash the gutter exteriors to remove, moss, algae, sludge and other hard to remove grime when needed for an additional charge. Generally, full pressure washing of the gutter exteriors is not necessary so a rinse of the gutter exteriors is included as part of our standard gutter cleaning.
We dispose of the debris in a yard waste container or remove it off-site. We are always careful to clean up afterwards and leave your grounds, walk-ways, parking lot, landscaping, etc., debris free.
Yes, we are licensed, bonded and insured.