Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that this winter/fall has been tremendously wet. Between the rain and the extraordinary amount of snow we've had, your gutters have most likely taken a beating. Once the nice weather starts to come around (we might be waiting a while in Victoria) you won't want to spend the nice warm days on a ladder cleaning out your gutters. You might have not even thought about it, but there are options for you; cost saving, time saving, and back-ache saving options.
A house is one of, if not the biggest investment you make in your life. Having said that, I think it's safe to assume that homeowners want to do everything in their power to protect that investment. Not only do we live in a very wet environment, Victoria is also densely forested which leaves wide open gutters susceptible to more debris build up which can in turn cause irreparable damage. With so many contributing factors to maintaining a house, we want to alleviate some of that stress and work.
Not only can clogged gutters cause damage to your foundation and create leakage inside the home, they also create a nice warm home for unwanted creatures and plant growth. As cute as some rodents and insects can be, let's face it, nobody wants them to take up habitat in your home by way of the gutters. Remedying any of these unfortunate situations can be very costly and time consuming. All this being said, let's cut to the chase - have you considered a leaf guard system for your gutters? Although they don't protect against everything from getting into your gutter system, they are hugely beneficial. Without listing all the reasons you should consider leaf guard, I'll give just a few for you to ponder:
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& the Proline Roofing Team