To protect your home and keep it safe from water penetration, we recommend homeowners clean their gutters on a regular basis.  In March to clear out the branches, dirt and other winter debris so that they are ready for the “April Showers”; in June to clean out all the oak tassels, ragweed, seed pods, “helicopters”, and other debris; in August to remove wind-blown debris caused by Summer thunderstorms; and then in the Fall: (October, November, or December) to remove all the clogs caused by leaves that come down throughout the Fall season, before the winter freeze.

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