According to the Tampa Bay Times, Zika virus could be making its way to Florida (specifically, to our local area) soon. Here’s what the report had to say: It is very important to note that there have been no locally acquired infections reported in the United States, with the exception of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. But because the Aedes aegypti mosquito lives in Florida, and with the large amount of travel to and from Zika endemic areas, there is a real risk for a possible outbreak of locally acquired infections. –
You already know you need to clean your gutters at least twice a year if you want to protect your home from expensive water damage. But when do you need to start thinking about replacing the gutters instead? There are four signs you need to watch out for. Your gutters are pulling or sagging. Gutters cannot do their job if they’re not flush with the fascia. If you see them pulling away from your home or sagging then they’re not doing a good job of helping your home to shed water. Of course, we don’t..
As we’ve mentioned in the past, gutters need to be cleaned at least twice a year. However, when it comes to rental properties we’ve noticed some confusion about who is responsible for keeping the gutters in good shape. Keep in mind we aren’t lawyers and we’re not equipped to give legal advice on landlord-tenant disputes. We’re just central Florida gutter guys who have been around the block a few times, which means we have a few thoughts to share. Leases are contracts, and a contract can demand just about anything. There is no “standard lease,”..