Our Process of Gutter Cleaning:
1. We safely remove any loose debris on your roof. Branches, leaves, and acorns will be meticulously gathered and bagged.
2. We carefully remove and bag any type of debris that may be inside the gutters and downspouts.
3. We thoroughly inspect downspouts, elbows and leaders to confirm there are no clogs throughout.
4. Using our own hoses, we run water through gutters and leaders to ensure water is running freely and that there are no leaks or areas that may need further attention.
5. We double check all ground surfaces to make sure no debris is left behind on your property.
Does the exterior of your gutters have stains? Please inquire about our gutter brightening packages.
Most Frequently Asked Questions about Gutter Cleaning:
Why should I clean my gutters? Is it really that important?
Gutter maintenance is often overlooked. With proper gutter maintenance, you can avoid many costly problems before they arise.
The main purpose of gutters is to carry rainwater away from your home. When gutters are clogged, they cannot effectively function. Over time, this can lead to deterioration of your foundation and cracks, which can cause leaks in your basement.
Gutter cleaning prevents probable nesting areas for termites, wasps, mosquitos, birds and other harmful pests.
Water backed up in gutters will cause moisture damage and premature rotting to fascia boards, soffits, and trim.
Cleaning your gutters regularly can prevent overflows leading to the destruction of expensive landscaping.
How often should I have my gutters cleaned? Every residence is different; it depends on the amount and type of trees on your property. On average, a minimum of twice a year is recommended in order to prevent any future issues and damage to your home. Evaluations are always free.
Why should I hire someone to clean my gutters when I can clean them myself?
We are skilled professionals and work on ladders every day. We are able to clean the gutters much more efficiently, safer and faster due to our experience.
Our services eliminate the risk of falling for our clients. We can also evaluate and recognize issues that you may not be aware of and can address the problems effectively.
How much does a gutter cleaning cost?
Cost varies depending on the size of the residence, how many stories, and how much debris is present. We proudly provide most estimates free of charge within 24 hours.
Do you provide annual service contracts? Yes, we can provide annual service contracts to give you peace of mind. We will contact you one week prior to confirm a date and time frame to clean your property.
Do I need to be home for service?
It is not required that you are home during the time of service. However, we do ask that all pets are inside, gates are unlocked and windows are closed during the duration of service.
Are you licensed and insured? We are fully licensed and insured in Suffolk and Nassau Counties. We also carry Full Liability Coverage and Workers Compensation for all employees that would be servicing your property.
What can happen if debris is clogged and water freezes in my gutters?
Ice dams, which are the result of water freezing and melting in the gutter, can occur. In some cases, ice dams can cause gutters to detach from the house, which results in a hazardous safety issue. Additionally, the rapid melting can cause water to find a way into your home and cause mold damage behind your walls.
Do you install gutter guards? Yes, we install effective, strong, and affordable gutter guards. Our gutter guards are designed to prevent leaves, pine needles, acorns, twigs and even the smallest of debris from entering the gutters.
Our product is made out high quality aluminum that will not cave in or rust. Our gutter guards are installed on the actual gutter. This is unlike some competitors that install gutter guards under roofing shingles that will void your roofing warranty. Additionally, water flow capacity of our gutter guards exceeds New York State rainfall records. Inquire today for a free estimate for your virtually
no-maintenance gutter guard system.