There are many ways to clean gutters. There’s using high-pressure water to blast the debris down the pipe. You can dig in by hand, removing clogs and scraping off grime. Another option is to rely on a gutter cleaning vacuum to get the job done.
Gutter vacuuming isn’t a method you hear about often, though. In fact, for some, this might be the first time any of you have ever heard of it. So give us a moment and we’ll break it down for you. This will give you an overview of what it is and how it differs from other techniques.
As the name suggests, it uses a vacuum to get the job done. Specifically, it needs something with a large suction hose and generates a lot of power.
The unit is often mounted along with a tank, so all the debris has somewhere to go. In terms of function, it’s not that different from a typical vacuum cleaner that’s available domestically. It just happens to be much bigger and with some differences in design.
With that in mind, what makes it stand out from other methods?
Vacuuming allows for greater speed. All of the debris and dirt is removed and collected in one go. The only limitation is if there’s a physical clog that needs to be dislodged manually. However, overall, the whole thing goes faster than other methods.
Gutter waste never collects on the ground. It all goes into the tank attached to the suction system. This means none of it has to be cleaned up after, saving you that specific hassle.
Vacuum cleaning is available for both residences and commercial spaces. It’s typically available and usable, but sometimes it’s not.
The vacuum method is great for almost any property. However, we do admit there are times when it’s not the most appropriate choice. Sometimes, there is something inherent to the property itself that can prove problematic.
For instance, if the access areas are too difficult, another method would be advisable. There are also times when the hose simply cannot reach all the gutters.
Now, how much would this cost?
The cost, as with other gutter cleaning services, will vary based on the property. The extent of the cleaning needed will also factor into the price. Properties that are multiple storeys usually cost more, as would the ease of access.
Compared to a hand cleaning, it costs slightly more. You can get a good cleaning if you click here and book.