Gutters are prone to clogging. Whether autumn leaves accumulating in your gutter cause the clog, or snow from a cold winter night is the culprit, a gutter clog can and will happen at some point. There are several important reasons to prevent gutter clogs, as you will read below.
So, you survived the cold winter, and spring has finally arrived. Should be good to feel the sun again, right? There might be issues your aluminum gutters will face once spring arrives, however. One such problem is a “spring melt,” where increasing temperatures will heat up the snow naturally. If you’re not careful, your gutters might be ill-prepared and end up trapping the melted water on your roof.
Throughout our many years of service as a gutter contractor, we’ve always prioritized open communication with our clients. This includes asking for their feedback on our service. Their voices are important not only in supporting our work but also in reminding us of why we do our job. Customer feedback also helps us reflect on our company’s conduct.