Here is an all too frequent story after a rainstorm like we recently had throughout southern California:
You go to bed, enjoying the sound of the rain falling on the roof and grateful that you are inside your home where it is warm and dry.
However, when you wake up, and step into your living space, you discover a puddle of water. You rush to find a bucket, or a pot, and a few towels. As you are rushing around, you discover another puddle. And, as the rain continues, new wet spots appear.
In your head you are already having a conversation with your favorite roofer who reminds you that his crew won’t come out until the rain stops. And, you are seeing the dollar signs rush out the hole as quickly as the rain is coming through it.
Clearly it doesn’t do you any good to have this conversation only in your head, so at some point you do call your roofer to set a time for him or his crew to come check out your situation.
Someone we know had this same situation. Their favorite roofer would, indeed, only come out during a break in the storm.
However, he did provide a bit of potential good news: It is quite possible that there wasn’t actually a leak, but rather clogged gutters.
How did their gutters get so clogged already? Well, they never had us come out to clear them after the fall leaves fell. The leaves in the gutters created a dam. As the rain continued to pour into the gutters, the water had nowhere to go except to seep through various seams like above the sliding door, through a light socket, and where the ceiling meets the wall.
Want some more good news?
We will come and inspect your gutters for free.
We’ll even come out for emergency gutter cleaning DURING the rain!
Check out all the details on our flier:
Paul Dutton of www.PaulsProWindow.com (800.676.7917) explains gutter cleaning service.
Kay Wallace of Tools2Connect joins Paul Dutton on the scene and learns about the art of cleaning gutters!