Nobody really loves thinking about their gutters. They’re a lot less glamorous, than, say, the new track lights you’re installing in your kitchen, or the new flowers you’re planting in your yard. But they play a vital role in keeping your home safe from water damage. And if you don’t stop to think about them from time to time, you might just make one of these expensive mistakes. Failing to clean your gutters. You need to clean your gutters every spring and every fall if you do not have good leaf guards installed (see below).
We custom cut gutters at your home using a machine just like this. Your gutters are sagging, or pulling away from your roof. They’ve got big holes in them and they’re no longer doing their job. It’s time for a replacement. And the last thing you want to do is spend too much money. After all, you just got finished spending an arm and a leg on Christmas. And gutters aren’t exactly a fun purchase. There are dozens of other things you’d rather spend money on, so you might be tempted to run down to..
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,”..