Without regular upkeep, residential exteriors can accumulate grime in their gutters and flocks of feral lawn flamingos on their eaves. Domesticate your kingdom with today’s Groupon for gutter-cleaning services from Hamilton County Services. Choose from the following options:
- For $89, you get gutter cleaning for a home of up to 2,000 square feet (up to a $180 value).
- For $149, you get gutter cleaning for a home of 2,000–4,000 square feet (up to a $360 value).
- For $199, you get gutter cleaning for a home of 4,000–6,000 square feet (up to a $540 value).
- For $259, you get gutter cleaning for a home of 6,000–10,000 square feet (up to a $700 value).
Hamilton County Services decongests homes’ external aquatic highways, parting gutters’ leaf and branch traffic jams to drive water freely and safely away from homes. Courteous crews arrive at homes and scramble up ladders, where they secure an aerial view of homeowners’ property typically reserved for birds, satellites, and neighbors who parasail to work. Once safely nestled against gutters, debris-tackling teams scour the aluminum lanes of soggy leaves and broken branches, making any necessary minor repairs along the way. At all downspouts, crews declog blockage and banish tree gnomes who routinely slide down them, though if stubborn downspouts need to be evacuated from the premises to be cleaned, a $30 charge per downspout applies. After Hamilton’s squad fully purges debris from gutters and downspouts, they tidy up, bag and remove the clutter.
Hamilton County Services
Hamilton County Services owner Ryan Nordman has made it his mission to help homeowners handle the upkeep and maintenance of their domestic kingdoms. When not making home portholes sparkle from the inside out, his team spends its time fishing out leaves, twigs, and fish from gutters and downspouts to guard against water damage, whereas decks can be protected from premature age with power-washing, staining, and sealing services. Winter months see the friendly crew returning to the neighborhood to spread holiday cheer by hanging lights and clearing sidewalks of snow on the off chance that Santa decides to use the front door.