The climate in Medicine Hat can be hard to predict. How can you guess what changing weather patterns will do to your property when you have no idea what is coming? When clutter finds its way onto your roof, there is no where for it to go but into your gutters. A clogged gutter system means big problems for you – unless you call in a Gorilla! The only way to keep your system up and running properly is through proper maintenance. Our Medicine Hat eavestrough cleaning can help with your top-to-bottom property care.
Clogged Gutters: How It Happens
When gutters begin to collect debris from your roof, they are unable to function properly. The whole purpose of having a working gutter system is to drain rain water or snow melt away. When water is allowed to rest against the materials of your roof, it begins to degrade, soften and lead to rot. As gutters begin to fill, there is no where for the falling water to end up, so it simply backs up into the system. This damp debris can act as a relative playground for insects, rodents and even small animals like squirrels. In short, blocked gutters are all around bad news!
Why Call The Pros For Your Medicine Hat Gutter Cleaning
Cleaning out your eavestrough might seem like any other regular, every-day chore but there is much more to it than you might think. There is a reason that your eavestrough and roof flies under the radar. Heights are dangerous to navigate, uncomfortable to get up to and unsafe to be on for long periods. While you are worried about slips, trips and falls, our Gorillas can climb those heights and have your system working properly in no time.
Medicine Hat Eavestrough Cleaning: The Gorilla Approach
Gorilla technicians are committed to working safely and effectively. After ensuring that all of the necessary safety features are met, we get to work with tools and a little elbow grease. Our Gorillas might use their paws for larger debris, but our high-powered vacuums are the star of the show. These tools allow us to catch and collect every piece of debris in your system, whether large or small. When your pipes and downspouts are clear, we test the area with water to make sure that drains are flowing freely. These vacuums remove any foundation materials that have build up, such as sitting dirt, dust or needles.