As the year nears the end and we sit deep in the beautiful fall foliage season, tourists flock to the area to capture its beauty. Home owners on the other hand have a love hate relationship with those pesky pretty leaves. What happens when the leaves fall from the tree's? Not only do they fall on a home owners yard day after day, ensuring hours of clean up, but they also fall and land on your roof and your gutters....which can cause some problemsA great maintenance practice before the snow comes is an important one that many home owners don't want any park of. To ensure a safe winter for your home, make sure to get any buildup of leaves off your roof and your roof's valleys more than anything. Along with this, it is very important to clean out your gutters. The combination of these two items will assist in keeping snow and ice from getting trapped on the roof when the sun comes out. When temperatures warm up and the snow starts to melt on a sunny winter day, the valleys and the gutters need to be clear so that the melting snow can vacate as needed. It takes much less work and costs much less to clean your gutters and roof valleys than it does making expensive water damage repairs...you make the choice. Photo: #Paul Varricchione
Author:Ryan Miller Phone: 802-999-6983 Dated: October 14th 2014 Views: 532 About Ryan: Coming from a family with countless years of real estate experience, I knew my calling early. After ...
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