The traditional method of gutter cleaning was using a ladder and to scoop the debris from the gutters using one hand while standing on the ladder holding on with the other also trying to hold a bag or bucket. With this pole set combined with your wet and dry vacuum you can now access areas that where previously inaccessible and clean gutters safely and effectively. Blocked gutters will reduce or even stop water flow the water will build up and it will usually find it’s way into the property causing expensive damage, blockages can build up in gutters usually in inaccessible places where people have been unable to clean like above conservatories, extensions, areas where the ground is unsuitable to place a ladder, this problem is eliminated with Kiams gutter vacuum pole systems with our pole sets combined with your wet and dry vacuum access is gained with ease and offers a cost effective solution to gutter cleaning.
Mutter in the Gutter
Gutters protect homes from damaging rainwater thus gutters are possibly the most essential component of a house. While gutters can last for decades with some yearly maintenance, there’s still a possibility of failure. Thankfully, knowing when your gutters are failing … Read More
Watch out! Certain gutter cleaning mistakes can cost you dearly today and tomorrow. And most of these gutter cleaning mistakes are directly related to hiring an inexperienced gutter cleaning contractor or attempting to do it yourself. Fortunately, partnering with the … Read More
Gutters are an integral part of most homes. They provide multiple benefits, such as concentrating the flow of rainwater, protecting the roof and walls- therefore improving the general outlook of your home. Nevertheless, most homeowners tend to focus on maintaining … Read More
Summer brings on plenty of new challenges for your gutters, which is why it’s important to provide them with proper maintenance. This will help ensure your gutters work efficiently throughout the entire season. It’s never a good idea to put … Read More
Too often, homeowners overlook one of the hardest working components on the home and never ask “How do gutters work?” In fact, the only time most homeowners consider their gutters is if, or more likely, “when” there is a problem. … Read More