Gutters and Roof Cleaning
Gutter cleaning is a home maintenance that is often overlooked or forgotten by homeowners, and that can prove to be a very costly mistake. The problem with regularly cleaning out and inspecting your gutters and downspouts is that it will eventually lead to problems down the road.
Your gutters and downspouts need routinely care and need to be a priority in your home yearly maintenance. If you don’t, you will end up with what could be very costly damage to your home which is the last thing that you want.
The Easiest Way To Keep Your Rain Gutters Well Maintained Is To Have Them Cleaned On A Regular Schedule
Because it’s so easy to forget about having your gutters and downspouts cleaned and inspected, it is best to have it done on a regularly scheduled basis. If you schedule your gutter cleaning ahead of time, you will completely eliminate the possibility of forgetting to have it done. That’s where hiring a professional to handle your gutter and downspout cleaning goes into action.
Rather than handling a very physical demanding task on your own, letting a professional do it is a far better option. Additionally, by scheduling appointments ahead of time, you will ensure that you don’t forget to clean your gutters on a regular basis. And too often, the times you realize and remember that you haven’t cleaned them in a while is usually when it is a rainy day and water is coming over your gutters.
Roof and Debris Cleaning
If debris is found on your roof typically after a storm or strong winds, we recommend having it removed professionally. The objective of debris removal is to prevent it from blocking the flow of water off the roof.
One of the most common ways debris is removed from the roof is to blow it using a leaf blower. Although an attempt is made to control the debris as much as possible, it is not uncommon for the debris to sift into the attic or garage spaces through skylights or vents as well as litter the grounds.
A little bit of debris in the wrong locations can cause damage. It is important to prevent water from backing up or settling into structures which will cause leaks, rot and/or damaging the roof or interior of the home. No Limit Roofing can provide this semi-annual/annual service. See attached note given to customers before we remove debris for more details:
If debris is found on your roof and we recommend removing it, the following things need to be kept in mind the day of the roof repairs/debris removal:
The objective of debris removal is to prevent it from blocking the flow of water off the roof.
Debris removal does NOT include:
a) Removal of moss on shake butts or composition shingles.
b) Removal of dirt that occasionally can splash on the house during removal
c) Removal of mud or hardened debris in gutters, or gutter cleaning. If any loose debris blows into gutters during removal of debris on the roof, that loose debris will be blown out of gutters.
d) Any gathering of debris removed from roof or putting it into containers.
1. Debris may be removed from the roof in a variety of ways, depending on the type of debris, how much debris, and whether or not some of the roofing material (such as tiles) need to be removed in order to remove the debris. One of the most common ways debris is removed is to blow it from the roof, using a leaf blower. Although an attempt is made to control the debris as much as possible, it is not uncommon for the debris to sift into the attic or garage spaces, through skylights or vents, as well as litter the grounds.
2. Thus, it is up to the owner or responsible party to take any necessary precautions prior to this debris removal, such as covering any items of value in the house or garage, if needed, or possibly even notifying neighbors of the upcoming debris removal in the event debris is blown onto adjoining properties.
3. It is the responsibility of the owner to clean yard of resultant debris. No Limit Roofing can remove the debris from the property at an additional charge to the owner. If you would like No Limit Roofing to clean the yard after debris is removed from your roof: a) Call us for a quote for this additional work, or b) See original proposal for this item, if applicable.
4. There is no warranty against debris accumulation on your roof. It is the owner’s responsibility to keep the roof free of debris, or to hire a qualified roofer to remove it professionally on a regular basis to prevent water from backing up into structure causing leaks, rot, and/or damaging the roof or interior of the home. A little bit of debris in the wrong locations can cause damage. No Limit Roofing can provide this semi-annual/annual service. Call for a quote or see enclosed proposal if applicable.