If you’ve ever cleaned gutters, you know exactly how tedious it is. It’s one of the most evil of the necessary evils associated with owning a home. Between the climbing, the balancing, the cleaning, and the repetition of the whole process, we would be willing to bet you wish you’d never have to do it again.
Well, you don’t. With the wide selection of gutter guards that we offer at Gutters Perth, we can guarantee that your gutters will never build up debris like they used to. Imagine a life without an annual gutter cleaning…that’s life with Gutter Perth.
But aside from the massive time-saving potential of our gutter guard services, gutter guards are more than a convenience. They’re a maintenance-must, because they’re the best form of prevention you can invest in when it comes to gutters. The thing is, you can’t see inside your
gutters without climbing and looking. You won’t know if there’s a massive clog causing drainage issues in your roof plumbing until it’s time for your routine cleaning, and by then it can be too late.
Your options for gutter guards are many. The price ranges from affordable to luxury, and the features available may leave you with more options than you think.
If you’re looking to prevent all debris and leaves from entering your gutters, aluminum mesh will keep anything from clogging or otherwise disrupting your gutters. It’s the most expensive, yet most convenient, option for our clients.
A good middle-of-the-road investment would be perforated steel, because it’s both cheaper and easier to install. It doesn’t keep everything out of your gutters, but it does prevent big leaves and debris from settling into your roof plumbing and is a good way to prolong the time between cleanings.
But if you’re looking to make a small investment to make your life easier, the most affordable option for gutter guards is definitely brush inserts. Simple for us to install (which translates to less labor costs) and the cheapest in materials cost, this option makes cleaning your gutters more efficient. Brush inserts trap debris in a layer of brush so it’s not creating clogs and can be seen from the ground so you know when to clean.