The constant rainfall we experience in the Pacific Northwest can cause gutters that are not regularly cleaned to backup and overflow. This overflow can cause many different issues around your home, such as clogged inground pipes, roof leaks, window leaks, and damage to your home’s foundation. Every home is different; however, if you live in an area with a lot of tree coverage, our general recommendation is to have your gutters checked and cleaned at least twice a year. If you don’t have many trees around your home, we recommend that you have your gutters checked and cleaned at least once a year. When the service is being provided, the technician can check the gutters for any necessary repairs, including any areas that need to be caulked because the gutters are dripping or leaking water. Additionally, screen installation can be a good option for some homeowners who want to minimize annual maintenance. Gutter screens can save you money in the long run by preventing gutters from becoming clogged and backed-up with debris in the first place and in turn, reducing the frequency of necessary cleanings.
- Damage to your Roof, Siding, Windows, and Foundation
- Pooling, Leaks, and Gutter Overflow
- Screens to Minimize Annual Maintenance