While October, November, and December certainly aren’t Tampa’s wettest season, we can still expect six to seven inches of rainfall over the coming months. In addition, summer’s heavy rains and our recent run-in with Hurricane Matthew mean unprotected gutters are probably overflowing with debris – at least, they are if you didn’t follow our advice back in August when we told you to take care of your fall gutter cleaning. At this point, it’s wise to simply hire someone like us, your friendly neighborhood gutter guys, to come and take care of the..
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..
Although we get to enjoy mild winters here in Central Florida, without some planning and preparation, you could find yourself having to replace portions of your lawn come the spring. The cold can get harsh enough to kill off more delicate varieties of grass. But if you follow the tips below, you can reduce the chances of that happening to you, and you can enjoy a lush, green lawn in the spring months. Dormancy is Normal To better prepare for the winter, it’s important to understand the natural cycles of grass growth. Warm season species..