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  • The leaves are down, treat your gutters to a Christmas Clean Out!

    Almost all the deciduous trees have lost their leaves now. Any building downwind of one of these trees will now have a collection of leaves sitting in the gutters. These will continue to sit there, slowly rotting in the current mild conditions. This rotting mess will be ideal for germination of seeds spread by birds through droppings, come the spring, then the grass and weeds will start growing nicely!

    Call for a clean TODAY, to eliminate this problem.

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  • Warmer weather, and a splash of rain.....

    Warmer weather, a splash of rain, and seagulls nesting - the perfect combination to get the weeds growing in the gutters! Call me today and I'll come out and clear your gutters so that the weeds have nothing to grow in.

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  • Surveyors Picking Up On Blocked Gutters

    It has become quite apparent to me now that surveyors are increasingly listing blocked gutters as a problem / potential problem when surveying properties for prospective home owners.

    The problems associated with blocked downpipes and overflowing guttering can be apparent inside the property. Damp is the main concern, but it's cause is often overlooked. Damage to external brickwork by overflowing water will exasperbate the problem.

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  • Gutter Hedgehogs

    I will be installing some "Hedgehogs" on two properties tomorrow. They are a long brush type device that sit inside the gutter. Moss, leaves etc. are then deflected away from the gutters, and ultimately, the downpipes, and blockages are avoided.

    Sound like a good idea, but maybe not so for a gutter cleaner like me!!!

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  • Bad Weather

    With all the extreme weather we have been having lately, there is a lot of moss washing off the roofs into the gutters. This will cause downpipes to become blocked. Give me a call to get your gutters cleaned out once the weather abates.

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