Taken from Fall River Herald News.
Autumn’s spectacular color foliage is among the most visual benefits of living here in New England… until the show is over and homeowners are left with remnant leaves draping over their gutters.
As a matter of good exterior home maintenance, gutters should be inspected and cleaned twice a year to ensure your rain collection system is protecting your home from unwanted and potentially severe water damage. Houses with overhanging tree limbs nearby may require gutter cleaning more often― especially following summer wind storms that scatter broken leaves and twigs far and wide.
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