Eavestrough Cleaning

Is Eavestrough

Cleaning Important?

Eavestroughs are there to direct rainwater AWAY from your home. Without eavestroughs you can have moisture leaking into the roof, your sloped landscape can wear down, or have water seeping into the foundation. Concurrently, if you leave your gutters unattended for several years, one or more of these issues can arise!

This is why hiring in2Blue professionals sets us a apart from the others. We treat your home like its ours!

How We Do It!

We rest our ladder safely on your gutters and walk on your roof (All employees are WSIB insured) and clean out leaves and debris by hand. We dispose of everything using yard waste and garbage bags. We check to make sure all downspouts are clear and point out any possible damages to your roof and/or gutters.

Advantages Of Traditional Gutter Cleaning

As the industry moves closer towards state of the art technology to clean eavestroughs with extendable vacuums and drones while staying on the ground level, we believe a traditional cleaning is still the way to go. Here’s why!

  1. We are able to detect and address a clogged downspout.

  2. We look for and take photos of any missing shingles or exposed roof sheathing.

  3. We can detect and address missing gutter brackets.

When should you get your eavestroughs cleaned?

Generally the fall is best to have your eavestroughs cleaned. That’s when all the leaves come down and fill up your eavestroughs. However, If you have not had them cleaned yet, or sense there is an issue- don’t wait, get the service done right away!

How often should you get your eavestroughs cleaned?

If you do not have any trees around your property, a cleaning once every two years is optimal. If there are one or more trees around your home, once to three times per year is best.

Other Services We Offer

Minor gutter and downspout repair
Downspout sealing

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