All across Canada, properties are outfitted with perimeter drains either buried in the ground around your home or resting above your head, along your roof. These drainage systems work to move moisture away from vulnerable parts of your property but keeping them in working order can be tough! When your eavestrough shows signs of slowing down, call a Gorilla to have it restored with our Fort McMurray gutter cleaning service.
The Trouble With Gutters
The gutters around your property do a lot of good work for you. They are always on the clock, transporting moisture, rain and snow melt away from your roof and fixtures. The best way to thank this drainage system for all the work that they do, is to make sure that they can run smoothly. This might seem easy enough but actually getting up to eye-level with these fixtures is a real chore. Too much pressure against drainpipes can pull material away from fixtures and cause damage to your roof or walls. Instead of risking costly repairs or replacements, just have a Gorilla handle your Fort McMurray gutter cleaning. If your Fort McMurray gutter cleaning has slipped your mind for a while, there is a good chance that you are dealing with heavy clogs and even pests! Don’t take the risk of digging your hands into slime, sludge and other organic waste.
Fort McMurray Gutter Cleaning: How We Work
When our Gorillas hit the scene, they put up all the proper safety equipment to keep us on our feet. Once stand-offs are in place, our Gorilla hit the heights with the proper tools to treat covered and uncovered drains. By using high-powered vacuums for both uncovered and covered sections of your drainage system, our Gorillas can suck systems dry in no time at all. In order to make sure that these systems are clear, gutters are water tested to ensure that liquid flows freely through pipes. If you are curious as to what a clean gutter system looks like, we have got you covered! Our Gorillas carry smartphones and use ‘before and after’ photos to keep our clients informed from the safety of the ground.