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Prescott Gutter Cleaners

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C. Higgins Custom Homes
4.9
from 9 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Patricia Y.
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Chad added on an 990 sq ft extension for a family room on the back of our house and a extension on the front Porch and added rain gutters and French drains around the entire house in Paulden Arizona. The end result, the extension looks like it was always part of the house. Chad was always very professional and respectful. He took care of permits and architecture drawings and was open to all changes in our requests. We received compliments from the county inspector that we had a very good contractor. The inspector advised Chad to add vent ports/soffits in the rest of the house and he complied bringing our house in compliance. We are very pleased with the results. We would highly recommend Chad as a contractor.

About

At “Clearly Clean Window Cleaners,” the management along with the staff are extremely proud of the fact that after three successful years of business operations in The “Historic” City of Prescott, Arizona we are still continually providing our clients with an end result that’s sure to give the feeling of pleasure and satisfaction from having something that is clean, fresh, and brand new all over again.

Q & A

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Why is it important to clean your gutters?

Rain gutters, those easily-forgotten trenches that hang off the edge of your roof, protect your roof, walls and foundation from excess rainwater. When they get clogged with leaves, sticks and other wind-blown debris, they can no longer direct water away from your walls and foundation, and may become homes for pests and insects. They also become heavy enough to pull away from the house, preventing proper rainwater drainage and spoiling the appearance of your home. Experts recommend inspecting and cleaning your gutters twice a year, once in spring and once in fall, as part of your regular landscaping schedule. Gutter cleaning and maintenance is a fairly easy DIY job for some homeowners, especially on one-story homes. However, professional gutter cleaners have ladders tall enough to safely reach rain gutters, as well as the necessary tools to clean out the downspouts. Most gutter cleaning professionals can also make any necessary quick repairs.

How much does it cost to have gutters cleaned?

Professional gutter cleaning and maintenance should be done once or twice a year to remove debris and check for damage to the roof and gutter. The national average cost for rain gutter cleaners ranges from $100 to $130. A number of factors affect the costs, including the combined length of the gutters, the size of the house, the location of the gutters, and any risks posed to the professional cleaner. Some companies based their cost estimates on the linear square footage of the gutters; for example, 200 linear square feet of gutters on a standard, single-story ranch-style home costs an average of $125 to clean. The cost goes up for second- and third-story gutters and those in hard-to-reach places, like a roof with an unusually steep pitch. Expect to pay at least $100 more than standard prices if cleaning your home’s gutters requires extra safety precautions. Because spring and fall are gutter cleaners’ busiest seasons, some gutter cleaning and maintenance companies offer discounts during summer and winter months.

How often do you need to clean your gutters?

Gutter cleaning and maintenance is an important part of keeping up a home. Not only are clogged gutters unsightly, they can also lead to water damage in the house’s walls and roof. The best way to prevent that is to clean your gutters at least twice a year — experts recommend making it part of your spring cleaning and fall landscaping schedules. In the fall, trees lose their leaves and, in the spring, release seedpods and flower petals, all of which tend to end up in rain gutters. It’s a good idea to also have a professional gutter cleaner clear out your downspouts, too; clogged downspouts can make gutters backup and overflow.

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