5* Gutter Cleaning
Blocked gutters can cause damp & damage to your home and needs to be rectified as soon as possible. Many people see blocked gutters as out of sight, out of mind, but if the gutters haven’t been vacuumed in the last 12-18 months, the chances are that they are holding moss, debris, growths, leaves, twigs, and even children’s toys and tennis balls! All of these can easily cause blockages and extra weight to the gutters that they weren’t designed to hold!
Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind?
Unfortunately many people think its out of sight, out of mind and that if they can not see any thing in the gutter, they are probably ok, but this is rarely the case and even with 12 month maintenance gutter clearing, we still remove enough debris and moss to start creating a blockage. This is especially true where there may be nesting birds nearby or even of the property is near lots of trees
Our Gutter Cleaning System
The gutter cleaning that we offer is carried out safely from the ground with a high powered vacuum system, so there are a number of reasons this is the best method to clear your gutters and protect your property. We are able to reach areas that traditional ladders can not reach such as over the top of conservatories, where scaffolding is sometimes needed to clear the gutters above. We are often able to access tight spaces that ladders can not reach such as tight alleyways.
Our Experience & Customers
We have been clearing gutters since 2018 throughout Thanet and have cleared all sorts out of them. Some of the customers we started with in 2018 are still having their gutters cleaned with us annually.
How Much Does Gutter Cleaning Cost
Generally for gutter clearing, we charge £40 for the first, and £30 for each side of guttering thereafter, when contrasted against damage rectification costs if the gutters were not to be cleared, it is a very cost effective way to protect your home.
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Our 5 Most Frequently Asked Gutter Cleaning Questions
As part of the gutter clean, we clear as much of the downpipes as possible by using a specific nozzle that we insert at the top of the downpipe. If the downpipe has an s bend in it, we can only get as far as the piping allows.
Generally, we do not need to use a gutter camera. We used to, but found that it wasn’t cost effective to get the camera set up on every gutter cleaning job. Our years of experience tells us when the gutter is clear. We can hear the difference in suction if there is debris still in the gutter, we can see through our clear nozzle when growths are still coming out, and also feel the difference in the nozzle contact with the gutter when there is something that wont come out of the gutter.
On the odd occasion, we can use our go pro to check out any stubborn issues in the gutter but generally we don’t need to.
Generally we recommend every 12-18 months for gutter clearing, but this depends largely on surrounding environment such as if there is a large amount of trees nearby, nesting birds, or even large amounts of moss on the roof tiles