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Question DetailsAsked on 12/16/2012

Have gutters two/three stories high; having difficulty finding someone who will clean them thoroughly. Any sugestions?

I have a home with high gutters, and also on a light hill - need high ladders. Cannot find gutter cleaners who have equipment to clean them (at least clean them properly). Does anyone have any companies that can do this? Any other suggestions

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If you can't find one on Angie's list then you might try to call a guttering company or a siding installer. They will have the equipment but they will charge for it. Noone is going to bring out 30' ladders for $100. Expect to pay over $400 for third floor gutter cleaning on a small job.

Answered 7 years ago by Vern

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I am a 10 year veteran of the Gutter Wars. Cleaning them and braving the continious risk of ladders is the #1 most dangerous project homeowners face. You are penny wise and pound poor not to install a gutter cover to end your nightmare. There are 200+ different products for sale.
1)Cheapie screens sold at big box stores (Lowes etc) installed are about $5 a foot.
2)Revese curve systems. (Gutter Topper, LeafGuard,etc) Have opening to let water in & debris. (Bottom Line Secrets) Can come with a service agreement for dealer to clean them as necessary. Beware no company has ever offered free service and not gone out of business. (Example basement waterproofing companies). From $7 to $30 a foot.
3) A microfiltering stainless steel gutter cover (MasterShield, LeafFilter,etc). Manufacters money back if gutter clogs. From $12 to $20 a foot.
Putting gutter covers on your home does not have to be an expense. Ask a realator if any problem home does not go up in value when they sell it with a no clog gutter system installed.
Jim Casper
For much more info on this and roofing Read my Blogs

Source: http://www.heartlandmastershield.com

Answered 7 years ago by jccasper




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