Eavestrough Cleaning is the process of cleaning out all the debris from the inside of the eavestroughs surrounding your house. This process is done by hand and NOT with a leaf blower, so we don’t leave you with a mess to clean up afterwards. We also use either pads or stand offs on the ladders to prevent scratches or marks on your eavestroughs.
Eavestrough Cleaning is an essential part of your home maintenance. All homes need to have it done at some point in time. Some homes require more frequent visits that have mature trees around them and other homes require much less eavestrough maintenance that don’t have trees above the rooflines of the house.
We recommend a spring cleaning and a fall cleaning for many homes. The reason being is you typically can’t wait for the last leaf to fall in November without debris freezing in the eavestrough so lets come in November to clean them out and then another one in the spring to clear out what fell afterwards. You also don’t want too much weight in your eavestroughs.
This is a key reason to have your eavestroughs cleaned because you don’t want too much sitting in your eavestroughs. This will cause water to overflow in heavy rainstorms and blockages.
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Eavestrough Cleaning should not be for the faint at heart. It is not easy to climb up a ladder and then make that transition to the roof with a bucket and scoop in hand all while not slipping.
In the end is it worth it to risk life and limb? Unfortunately, it is one of those things that needs to be done around the home.
When it comes to eavestrough cleaning in southern Ontario you have come to the right place. From our office staff to our technicians you will feel comfortable dealing with us. We have raving reviews of our techs in the field so give us a call to let us take care of your eavestrough cleaning today!
Of course we are fully insured and covered by WSIB in the event of an incident on your property. We couldn’t call ourselves professionals if we weren’t.