Autumn is approaching, which means all the leaves will be turning beautiful colors and falling off the trees. As an Atlanta roofing company, we know leaves may be pretty to look at, but they can also cause a big mess. For us, fall means it’s time to let our customers know about the importance of cleaning out their gutters before the leaves take over!
Here are a few reasons why it is important to clean your gutters in the fall:
1. Leaves & Debris Can Clog Your Gutters.
You know what will quickly ruin a beautiful fall day? A gutter that has been backed up by a pile of rotting leaves. A clogged gutter can lead to all kinds of issues for your home. As an Atlanta roofing company, we want your fall to be full of good memories, not messy moments. Let us come out and do a full inspection and get ahead of any potential problems!
2. Can Cause Water to Back Up in Attic
If those pesky leaves are left in your gutters for too long, they could cause water to back up into your attic. We believe the outdoors should stay outdoors. A simple gutter inspection will indicate any possible points of entry to water or other environmental factors. A quick clean up could save you a lot of money and time!
3. Can Cause Water to Back Up in Fascia Boards
As if water in your attic doesn’t sound bad enough, a clogged gutter could also cause water to back up into Fascia Boards. Not only will this end up hurting your curb appeal, but it could also lead to serious maintenance problems for your roof. To save yourself a lot of money and headache, let us perform a quick gutter inspection!
To ensure your drainage system is free-flowing, it’s recommended that you clean your gutters at least twice per year.
At Team Roofing & Construction, we strive to bring integrity to the roofing industry in the Atlanta area. We realize that the number one investment for our customers is their home. Team Roofing & Construction takes pride in delivering gold standard customer service, which is proven by the countless A+ ratings we have received in the communities we serve.
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