Reasons to Remove Leaves from Your Home’s Gutters

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015 - Post by Pond1920

When you look up at your gutters, what do you see? Like most, you hope you don’t spot any problems. Unfortunately, gutters have a way of wearing down over time. This is why it is so important to inspect them on a yearly basis. Depending on where you live, leaves clogging your gutters could [&hellip

Common Causes of Gutter Damage

Thursday, August 27th, 2015 - Post by Pond1920

Many homeowners never think about the condition of their gutters. Instead, they assume everything is in good working order as long as they don’t notice any visible problem. While gutters are meant to last for many years, often as long as 30 years, damage can occur from time to time. Here are some of [&hellip

Don’t Forget About Your Gutters

Monday, August 17th, 2015 - Post by Pond1920

With the constant and severe weather we have experienced this summer, it is possible that twigs, branches, leaves and other debris could have ended up in your gutters.   If your gutters are full, it could cause them to pull away from the roof.  When that happens, you will see sheets of rain pouring down [&hellip


Friday, March 14th, 2014 - Post by Betsy Pond

Hopefully, thankfully and optimistically, spring will be here soon.  As soon as it warms up somewhat, it is a good idea to inspect the exterior of your home to see how it held up during our worst winter in years. Here are some things to look for: Gutters:  Check to make sure gutters are [&hellip


Thursday, October 10th, 2013 - Post by Betsy Pond

While there is no way to predict what our winter season will bring, now is the time to inspect the roofing and gutter components of your home. If, like many homeowners, you tend to ignore signs of possible exterior home repairs, it’s time to be proactive and inspect your roof and gutters to make [&hellip


Friday, May 31st, 2013 - Post by Betsy Pond

Summer is here, and the flowers, trees and gardens are in full bloom.  Make it a point to inspect your roof to make sure that there are no tree branches hovering over your roof.  You should inspect your roof every few weeks, particularly after heavy summer downpours. Here’s what you need to know:  If [&hellip


Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 - Post by Betsy Pond

MAKE SURE YOUR GUTTERS ARE CLEAN AND PROTECTED FROM THE CICADA BOMBARDMENT. The cicadas are returning in full blast!  In past years, our customers have called exasperated by the cicada shells that are clogging up their gutters.  If left unattended, an unbearable smell develops until the gutters are cleaned out and the shells removed. [&hellip