Your gutters may have gotten clogged and will bot be able to properly divert rainwater away from your home with the new round of leaves on the way.
After a long summer in the St. Louis area, fall has finally arrived. There was a lot of rainfall in the first half of summer, and many hot sunny days the second half. As we move into the fall months, we look forward to the cooler days and the beautiful colors of the trees.
However, your rain gutters may not be ready for the change. Many people think that their gutters only get clogged with leaves in the fall. But the truth is your gutters may already be full. Dry, dead leaves fall off your trees all summer long. With all of the rain we experienced, your gutters may have gotten clogged and will bot be able to properly divert rainwater away from your home with the new round of leaves on the way.
Prepare Your Gutters Now!
Removing the debris that has built up in your gutters during the summer will greatly benefit your home. Clogged gutters are not able to do their job, which is divert rain water so that it keeps free from the foundation of your home.
At Scott-Lee Guttering we offer gutter maintenance services that will keep your gutters clean.
Gutter Guard Options
One way to keep leaves from being able to clog your gutters is to have gutter guards installed on your existing gutter system. Gutter guards are gutter protection systems. Their purpose is to stop leaves and other debris from building up inside your gutters. This eliminates the monotonous, and sometimes dangerous task, of getting up on your roof multiple times a year to clean out your blocked gutters. They also protect your home by preventing water from damaging your roof, siding and foundation.
Call Us Today
Whether you need gutter maintenance, installation of a new gutter system, or gutter guards installed, call Scott-Lee Guttering today at (314) 756-9440 in St. Louis or our St. Charles location at (636) 441-3800.
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