Our gutter cleaning process starts on arrival, we first assess your job for safety and access concerns, so as to determine the most efficient and effective way to remedy your particular gutter cleaning requirements.
Once safe to do so, we will access your roof to clear away all debris: cleaning behind chimneys, above skylights, in roof valleys, and also trimming back any tree branches that may be preventing access to your gutters.
Then, using a highly specialised gutter cleaning vacuum fitted with purpose-shaped end-tools to access the tightest crevices, we thoroughly clean your gutters and completely unblock all your downpipes, leaving your whole system clear of debris, and free to flow as it should.
All of the leaves, mud, moss, sticks and sludge are sucked into drums on the truck, then taken away with us to be deposited in the green waste facility at the local tip, or delivered to a local farm to be used as organic compost for growing vegetables.
Once the gutters are clean, if required, we give your house surrounds, paths and decking a once over with a high powered blower so your property is left absolutely spotless.
During the whole gutter cleaning process we take before and after photos, which can be emailed to you, along with your invoice, on completion of the job. We also include a visual inspection of your roof and gutters, and if needed, extra photos of any issues that may be identified during the course of the gutter cleaning.
If we come across any defects with your roof or gutter systems, we will take photos for you, and refer you to a local quality tradesman who can rectify these issues for you.
Finally, taking into consideration the style of roof and surrounding trees, we make a recommendation on how often you should have your gutters cleaned, and can set your property into our system for automatic gutter cleaning scheduling, or send you email reminders as the next gutter cleaning time approaches.