You never notice your gutters when they are doing their job, but your home is at risk when these gutters become clogged and unable to perform. Could this issue be avoided? Remember, you cannot fight clogs without first knowing your enemy.
Homeowners looking for an aesthetically pleasing alternative to downspouts are increasingly turning to rain chains.
What happens when your rain gutters look fine on the outside but still don’t seem to be working properly? In that case, it’s time to check your rain gutter slope and make any necessary adjustments.
Gutters are a main line of defense for protecting your home from storms, and allowing them to be clogged full of leaves and other debris can lead to serious problems, including water damage to your roof and foundation seepage.
Here are the tools you need to clean your gutters and keep your downspout flowing freely: