What You'll Get
Household grime, if left unchecked, will inevitably develop into miniature civilizations whose complex network of treaties erupts into a devastating house-wide reenactment of World War I. Avoid air strikes from roof factions with today’s Groupon to Duplessis Works. Choose between the following options:
- For $79, you get gutter cleaning for up to 125 linear feet on a one-story home (a $160 value).
- For $89, you get gutter cleaning for up to 150 linear feet on a one- or two-story home (a $180 value).<p>
The cleaners at Duplessis Works blast gutters with pressurized water to rid roofs of debris such as dirt, leaves, and pine needles. During the 90-minute, three-step service, a 3,800 PSI high-pressure washer unclogs eaves and downspouts of dirt that, like magician’s assistants with abusive bosses, has become too stubborn to disappear without a fight. The teams employ environmentally safe products, and bag any bits of flotsam upon achieving optimal water drainage. Besides improving a home’s appearance and self-esteem, the cleaning may help increase the lifespan of a house’s guttering system. Duplessis dispatches its crew up to 30 miles outside of Baton Rouge, and cleans any additional areas for $1 per foot.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for previously scheduled gutter cleanings. Valid only within 30 miles of Baton Rouge. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Duplessis Works
From routine repairs to sprawling overhauls, Duplessis Works’ affable contractors do it all, bringing a customer-satisfaction-centric philosophy to the comprehensive roster of home-improvement services. Flooring and landscaping ministrations forge elegant indoor and outdoor footpaths, and crack carpentry and fencing services fortify homesteads with pristine parapets designed to thwart pole-vaulting door-to-door salesmen. Cleaners armed with powerful pressure washers jettison grunge from interior and exterior walls, which may then be sheathed in vivid curtains of paint or refurbished with sturdy sheets of drywall. Along with upping each abode’s property value, Duplessis’s staff can also draw attention away from the unsightly FBI surveillance vans parked in its clients’ driveways.