Fast Fact #12 – Algae On Gutters


Algae on gutters.

Algae on gutters. Leaves, twigs and other debris that sit in a gutter for a long time can lead to the development of moss or algae. Moss and algae left on your roof could cause it to prematurely age. This could lead to having to replace it sooner than you want/need to.

Moss and algae can damage your gutters as well causing water to back up.

Clogs and mosquitoes can also be more frequent. Avoid this issues from arising clean your gutters at least twice a year. Service as needed. If you notice moss and algae call a house cleaning professional or clean your gutter yourself. For algae remove please refer to this post on the subject. Gutter cleaning is a very important pat of home-ownership. Gutters protect your home for a lot and can cause lots of expensive damage to your home.

Algae On Gutters

 

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