Caring for your gutters in a drought

The drought in Cape Town is a hot topic, with phase 5 water restrictions taking place throughout the province. Whilst it may seem that everything is out of our control, as our ability to use water is increasingly limited and desalinisation projects seem to be a longshot, gutters may seem to be the least of your worries in comparison to water conservation, landscape …

When Things Go Wrong With Your Gutters

Gutters are a necessary requirement to protect your home or business roof from the damaging effects of water, however, things don’t always go the way you want them too and sometimes gutters stop functioning the way they should. Although aluminium gutters have an average lifespan of 20 – 30 years, when you are exposed to tough weather conditions wear and tear of …

Keep Your Gutters Clean This Winter

It has been a chilly winter in South Africa and like most winters we have had some good rainfall in certain areas, but, with rainfall comes the risk of major roof and gutter damage if homeowners don’t take charge and ensure that their gutters are kept flowing when the rain comes. Here are four steps to get ahead this winter …