Cleaning your eavestrough should be a routine part of your regular house maintenance. As leaves, seeds, twigs, and other debris collect in your eavestrough and downspouts, water can no longer flow freely off the roof. This water then either backs up under your shingles and rots the underlying plywood, or the water rolls over the gutter and rots your soffit and fascia and wreaks havoc on your landscaping – not to mention offering a safe haven for insects and unwelcome odours. Call us any time of the year if you suspect your eavestrough or downspouts may be clogged. Prices vary for one and two story homes, as well as by roof pitch and accessibility. Our usual method of eavestrough cleaning is to get up on the roof with a leaf blower and blow everything out onto the lawn. We then rake up the mess, leaving your eavestrough and downspouts spotless and ready fro the next rainfall. After the leaves are all down in the fall, we get a lot of service calls and it’s best to book early. If you didn’t get around to doing them in the fall, it’s a must have service for the spring.