GutterBrush Reveals Why Ignoring Gutters During Spring Home Maintenance Can Be Costly

Spring Rains Can Wreak Havoc on Already Clogged Gutters

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Newport, RI (PRWEB) April 05, 2013

The spring season is notorious for heavy rains and blossoming buds – both can be responsible for clogging gutters. When the heavy rains come, it’s important to have functioning and flowing gutters. Spring also represents the perfect time to inspect and take care of any damage that may have been caused to gutters during the harsh winter. And if you’re like many homeowners, you may have not gotten around to cleaning out the gutters after the fall season and there could be leaves and other debris clogging the gutter system. The gutter experts at GutterBrush advise homeowners to be sure to add gutters to the list of spring cleaning projects in order to avoid the costly damage that can occur if gutters are not flowing properly.

“Heavy spring rains can cause major damage to homes if water is not being properly directed away from the home,” said Randy Schreiber, CEO of GutterBrush. “This can cause water damage to interior walls and ceilings, water build up around foundation causing wet basements, mold, mildew and potential structural damage. Now is the time to address any gutter issues in order to avoid major problems during the spring season.”

Beginning April 1st, GutterBrush is offering free shipping on all orders over $50. Learn more about GutterBrush by visiting http://www.gutterbrush.com.

About GutterBrush

GutterBrush is a family-owned and operated business that began after Bob Schreiber discovered while camping at his cabin, that an old twisted wire brush in a storage area came in handy when performing the tedious task of cleaning out the gutter. As luck would have it, the brush was accidentally left in the gutter where it remained until he visited the cabin again a year later. He realized that while the rest of the gutters were a mess, the area where he left the brush was clean from debris. That is how GutterBrush was born. In 2004 “GutterBrush” was first introduced to the public primarily through a grassroots effort in both Ohio and Rhode Island. GutterBrush is now available to customers across the country. GutterBrush has been recommended by National Home Improvement Experts and Radio Hosts such as Gary Sullivan, The Money Pit, Money Magazine and HGTV! Learn more at http://www.GutterBrush.com.


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