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How Often Should I get a Gutter Clean?

This is the most popular question that we get asked believe it or not!

This really depends on the location of your home. We recommend that you get your gutters cleaned at least once a year. If you live in an area with trees, many customers get their gutters cleaned 2 or 3 times a year! Why, you ask?

The most simple answer is to protect your most valuable asset, your home. If you start to get clogged gutters it can cause real, expensive, and long lasting issues in your roof and that can "trickle" down into your walls as well (no pun intended ;). This causes mould and mildew to grow and can be very dangerous!

Living on the Northern Beaches means most of us live in lush, green neighbourhoods where there are plenty of trees. While this is so beautiful to look at it often means most of the debris from these beautiful trees will end up in your gutters (especially if you live in a forested area like Seaforth or Balgowlah Heights). The only way to remove it is to have an experienced Gutter Cleaner remove the debris regularly.

This is not something you want to tackle yourself! The Australian Institute of Health & Welfare has produced a report on ladder falls in Australia and it's just not worth it to attempt your own gutter clean via ladder (the statistics are not good!). Our Gutter Cleaners are safe and trained to avoid accidents - leave it to the experts!

We offer yearly, twice-yearly and once-a-quarter gutter cleans and one of our technicians can assess which one is best for your house (depending on your surrounds).

The beauty of this set-up is that you can rest assured knowing we are taking care of the scheduling. It takes the hassle out of you calling or emailing to get in touch to organise it. You can let us know if you are happy for us to do the gutter clean when you are not at home and we will provide you with before and after photos.

So in summary - we hope you get in touch to organise getting your gutters cleaned regularly!

Gutter cleaning Sydney and Northern Beaches


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