Experts recommend your gutters are cleaned at least twice a year. Once in Spring and again in Fall. Areas with tall trees that drop debris throughout the year and are placed close to buildings may require cleaning more often. One main reason for cleaning out gutters is to eliminate the possibility of water damage from rainwater runoff due to a clogged gutter. Another reason is to reduce the possibility of rust corrosion. Even though it may not rain during the summer, if there is debris in the steel gutters, the rusting process can speed up. It is more difficult for rust to occur with clean gutters. The faster the rusting process, the sooner new gutters will be needed. Plastic gutters are not free of damage from excess debris. Plastic may warp causing gutters to look old prematurely. Warped gutters can also reduce the effectiveness of drainage and cause leaking.
Our gutter cleaning consists of clearing loose debris from the rooftop as well as clearing out downspouts. We use a ladder and high powered leaf blowers. At times, a gutter scoop may be necessary. Special care is taken to not damage shingles or gutters. Clogged downspouts may result in taking the downspout off to clean it more thoroughly, increasing the price depending on the time spent to clear the clog. For mowing customers, clearing gutters before we mow is the way to go for easy clean up.
Mowing customers: ~$25. Clogged gutters may result in a higher price depending on the clog. Let us know before your scheduled mowing if you need gutters cleaned. Mowing and cleaning your gutters at the same time will save time and clean-up of larger debris. Completing both services at the same time is why our price for mowing and non-mowing customers effects the base cost.
Non-mowing customer: $40 minimum. Clogged gutters may increase the cost, depending on the clog and time spent. Most debris does not require clean up but large debris can be requested for removal at the time of the bid.
6342 seward ave, lincoln, NE 68507, us
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment