Gutter guards as a whole, whether foam or any other material, can cause serious problems with your gutter system. The ineffectiveness of these products can lead to unnecessary headache and stress for homeowners. Foam gutter guards are particularly problematic. Although they are often advertised as durable, cost-effective, and easy-to-use — foam gutter guards have some […] read more...
Homeowners everywhere are constantly trying to find ways to avoid the periodic cleaning of their gutters. Climbing onto the roof and risking your safety on the ladder is just one of the many ways that gutter cleaning is an inconvenient and dangerous DIY project. Gutter guard companies, especially those that offer micro mesh gutters, try […] read more...
Atlanta homeowners are subject to dynamic weather patterns throughout the year. From tropical storms to humidity, Atlanta homes can take a beating if they aren’t prepared to battle the seasonality of the area. High heat is common in Atlanta, with temperatures averaging 90.7 degrees Fahrenheit during the hottest month of July. Aside from the heat […] read more...
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For more than 50 years we have been searching for and experimenting with all types of products which can be sold to home owners to prevent gutter clogs. We currently sell and install gutter screens, but we stopped selling a top-of-the-line solid cover gutter guard.
We stopped selling covered guard systems because we have learned the hard way that there is no such thing as a “no clog” gutter. Quite simply, these systems allow debris in the gutters, they allow the water to pour off the top of gutters in heavy rain (which could lead to water in your basement), and they allow clogs. Most companies push the sale of these expensive products, but we feel we are the honest company that tells the truth: these systems simply don’t work.
Make sure to look at the Gutter Guard section of our website and the many photos there showing how guards simply don’t work. The photos will show how good the gutters may look from the outside, but how dirty and badly clogged they are inside.
The screens we sell will keep out big debris, but let a significant amount of small debris into the gutters. This debris will cause clogs over time, and can even grow plants in the gutters. As such, even with screens, gutters need to be cleaned regularly.
The solution for you is easy: simply clean the gutters on a regular schedule. Join our Diamond Service Plan and Gutter Protection Program, and you won’t worry about your gutters again.
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To protect your home and keep it safe from water penetration, it is crucial to clean your gutters on a regular basis. Throughout the course of a calendar year, we recommend that homeowners clean their gutters in March to re-nail all gutters and clear out the branches, dirt and other winter debris so that they are ready for the “April Showers”; in June to clean out all the oak tassels, ragweed, seed pods, “helicopters”, and other debris that land all over our properties; in August to remove wind-blown debris caused by Summer thunderstorms; and then three times in the Fall: October, November, and December, to remove all the clogs caused by leaves that come down throughout the Fall season, before the winter freeze.
Our Service Plans provide the simplest solution for worry-free gutter maintenance, all year long, and come with free benefits!
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A home with a 1,500-square-foot roof sheds 1,000 gallons of water for every inch of falling rain. Properly pitched gutters and leaders gather that water and channel it away from the home. Doing so prevents water penetration into the home and its foundation.
For this reason, Consumer Reports magazine claims that “runaway rainwater” is the “#1 Home Repair That You Should Not Ignore.”
Because of how important a properly flowing gutter system is to your home, you must keep them clean, all year round. The best and least expensive method to do so is through one of our great Service Plans.
Remember, the debris is falling 365 days a year. Make sure your gutters function properly to protect your home every day!