Over the course of a year, your gutters can fill with all kinds of gunk and debris. Tree leaves are especially likely to fall into your gutter and make a mess of your home. So you want to try and clean out your gutter regularly to keep it in good shape. But how exactly can you clean your gutter in the best possible way?

In this article, we’ll talk about the best method for gutter cleaning. This information will ensure you get every bit of dirt and debris out of your gutters!

Use Caution

When cleaning your gutter, you want to be cautious. Gutters are not hard to manage, but they can be dangerous to get too. When you clean your gutter, first make sure that your ladder is secure and that the weather is clear. You don’t want to slip and fall in moist weather. In addition, ensure that you have protective gear for your eyes and your hands. This way the cleaning process goes as smoothly as it can.

Remove Debris By Hand

Some people like to use leaf blowers and other tools to clean their gutter. However, we recommend hand removing any debris from your roof, and your gutter. This will give you the best possible clean.

First, you want to remove any debris from your roof so that it doesn’t land in your gutter during a downpour. Afterward, you should remove things by hand in your gutter. You can use your gloves to dig into the muck, or you can use a scooping tool. The choice is up to you.

Hire A Professional to Flush Your System

Once you have hand removed everything, you can call up a professional to flush out your gutter system. They will use high power water to remove any excess dirt. If you want, you can even have professionals clean and hand remove the debris from your gutter themselves. This way you don’t have to get yourself dirty, or climb up the side of your house and put yourself in danger.

Professional gutter cleaners have been doing this job for years. They are experienced and will do a much more thorough cleaning than you can.

Contact us today at Sloop’s Pressure Washing for a free gutter cleaning quote! (704-796-8672)