Foliage and other greenery eventually start to grow from gutters if kept unclean. This will often raise the question of how to remove plants from the gutter. Doing it yourself is possible but dangerous. We, as well as many others, recommend using a professional service like ours or any other if you so desire.
Mr Gutter cleaning was called out to Port Melbourne, where a customer reported they were able to see plants growing in their gutter and did not know whether or not it was affecting their draining system. When Mr Gutter Cleanings technician arrived, he didn’t know whether he should feed the plants, pull out a whipper snipper or pull them out.
Troy, the Gutter cleaning expert performed an extensive clean in order to get rid of the plants and other litter that had situated itself inside the customer’s gutters.
After a period of time, plants and dust debris turns into soil, so when plant seeds end up falling into gutters, followed by rainfall, it causes the seeds to germinate. This is how grass and other plants are able to grow and survive and thrive inside gutters.
It is important to clean gutters every six months to guarantee a smooth flow of rainwater down the gutters and to the drainpipe stopping the gutters from overflowing inside the home and causing havoc with flooding. Remove plants from your gutter easily with Mr Gutter Cleaning. Get a FREE quote today!