No, you do not.
No. Trying to clean your gutters with a gutter guard is like trying to wash your arm with a cast on it. The existing guards need to be removed in order to allow a thorough gutter cleaning.
No. If we had to remove gutter guard to clean your gutters, that means it has failed and it is unwise to re-install a failed product.
That depends entirely on how many trees are near your home – if there are no tall trees within 50 feet of your home, you probably only need to clean once a year. On the other hand, if you live in a heavily wooded area you should clean at least twice a year: after spring and autumn.
All debris from the gutters is blown or carried to the surrounding woods or other natural areas of your property.
Normally, bagging is not included in our standard price. If you would like to have your debris bagged and left at the curb, it can be done for an additional fee.
Usually, a gutter cleaning will take between 25 minutes and an hour and a half.
Our method for cleaning gutters can be found here.
Yes, we use a cleaner called Green Monster to clean the face of gutters. Click here for more information about Green Monster.
Of course we will. We can even repair it for you!
No, that is a separate service which has to be priced on a per-customer basis.
We will make arrangements the day before.
If you have your own bulb, we swap them out for $5 a bulb.
Yes, we clean up the areas around where we worked. We will even blow off your roof, front porch, back porch, walkways, and driveway.
Yes, as well as the front porch, back porch, walkways, and driveway.
Most of our installers have dogs, too. We would never let your dog escape, and we always will check behind us to make sure that the gate is closed.