According to the National Safety Council, falls are the No. 1 cause of accidental death and injury at home. Falls cause over 6,500 deaths each year and over TWO MILLION hospital-related injuries every year.

Also, did you know that you may be liable if the person or company you hire does not carry proper personal liability and worker’s compensation insurance?

Some people allow anyone who knocks on the door, to get on their roof to do cleanings with no thought as to what will happen if they get hurt. Protect yourself, only allow professionals who are licensed and insured experts, like Action Gutter, to clean your gutters.

When it comes to high-quality Georgia Gutter Cleaning, Action Gutter is the company you will want on your roof.

Having your gutters pull away from the frame of your home is not an uncommon problem. We see this gutter problem quite often. While it’s true that the problem most likely originated with the original gutter installer, there are things that can be done to secure your gutters correctly.

Yes. Action Gutter can install a “hidden hanger” to support your gutters. Hidden Hangers are not necessarily better than spikes but are quite effective in alleviating this common problem.

Most gutters are originally hung before the roof gets shingled or they are nailed to the fascia with a hanger or a spike. When the original installation starts to deteriorate, we can re-hang your faulty gutter areas with hangers that are very secure, yet barely visible.

No. Solid gutter covers do NOT work. Action Gutter has been in the Georgia gutter cleaning business for over a decade, and despite examining every covered system currently available we have yet to find a covered gutter system that is not flawed.

No. Gutter guards and gutter screens will not keep all debris out of your gutter system. Your gutters will still need to be cleaned regularly to protect your home from roof rot or structural damage caused by water.

There are basic steps a homeowner can take to help keep their gutter systems from getting clogged and working effectively between gutter cleanings. Read the following gutter tips and maintenance guidelines to help keep your home gutter system free of clogs and free of problems.

Let’s face it – the topic of home gutters is far from a fascinating subject. Most homeowners don’t think about their home gutter system until the gutters stop working properly.

Fact is, the gutters on your home serve a critical service for your home. It doesn’t take long for improperly working or clogged gutters to show wear and tear on your home and devalue your investment.