British Columbia is home to an ever-changing climate. It can be hard to predict what is coming your way and while you are bundled up, the exterior of your property is taking the brunt of the weather. A cold wind might give you a chill but it also transports organic debris. When sticks and leaves are dislodged or carried, they land on your roof and eventually in your gutters. A healthy and functioning drainage system keeps your property in good, working order. When you are in need of Lions Bay gutter cleaning, you are in need of a Gorilla!
Why Are Gutters So Important?
The west coast is know for excessive rainfall so it only makes sense to try to control where that water ends up. Having a functional drainage system limits over saturation and even flooding. When your gutters become blocked, this water can’t travel down its intended path. In fact, the water cannot travel at all! Water becomes blocked up, and can spill over onto the materials of your roof. This can lead to softening or wearing away of materials, leading to costly repairs or replacements. These bills don’t just come from your roof either! When gutters become weighed down, they can pull away from your walls, creating a host of new problems.
Water isn’t the only thing taking up space in gutters. If left on their own over long periods, your gutters can begin to act like free housing for rodents, insects and bacteria. Having these pests around your space makes way for infestations and unnecessary damage. When you clear out your gutters and drainage system, you are clearing out the attractants that keep these pests coming back.
Lions Bay Gutter Cleaning: How We Work
The first step to a complete Lions Bay gutter cleaning is to remove the dense materials that have collected near the bottom of gutters and downspouts. These materials usually consist of tree needles and dirt, acting as a foundation layer, collecting new, lighter materials over time. Without removing this foundation, it is only a matter of time before your gutters are clogged up again. These are the details that set our Gorilla technicians apart from the competition. We use high-powered vacuums to remove every last piece of debris from your system before testing them.