If not regularly cleaned, gutters will clog up with leaves, dirt, and four-finger bowling balls looking for one last trip down memory lane. Keep rain’s lanes clear with today’s Groupon to Dynamic Construction & Roofing. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a full gutter cleaning (a $100 value).
- For $99, you get a full gutter cleaning and five-point roof inspection (a $300 value).<p>
The seasoned staff at Dynamic Construction & Roofing cleans debris from gutters and determines roof reliability during thorough inspections. Agile cleaners climb ladders and excise gutters of built-up leaves, branches, and squirrel bachelor pads to help reduce unsightly overflows and improve drainage. With today’s second option, the friendly staff will examine roofs for leaks or weak spots, fixing minor leaks and providing estimates for any significant repairs and referring them to psychologists if they find any bipolar shingles. If Groupon clients choose to replace the roof following the five-point inspection, all gutters will be replaced for free during new roof installation.
Dynamic Construction & Roofing scales house for a range of other services not part of this Groupon, including repairing asphalt shingles ($150 for up to 10), skylight replacement (a $650 average), and flashing leak repairs (a $50 average).
ExteriSpec, a full-service roofing and contracting company, equips homes and commercial clients with the latest industry innovations in gutters, siding, windows, and roofing. Like strict chaperones at an environmental prom, the specialists keep indoor and outdoor climates separate by installing windows with Energy Star ratings and educating customers on all aspects of rooftop maintenance. The contractors equip customers with the tools to make informed decisions, and provide free estimates with an accurate time frame and expected budget for each project. In addition to residential clients, ExteriSpec undertakes large-scale commercial projects, such as reroofing Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Old Main building, which keeps students’ valuable thought bubbles from escaping and floating over to rival schools.