|Posted by sales on September 27, 2017 at 6:40 PM||comments (481)|
With so much dry weather behind us and temperatures already on the rise, bushfire season this year looks to be quite harsh. It's time to take precautions! Cut back those trees overhanging your gutters, clear away any piles of leaf litter around the yard and get those gutters cleaned! In treed areas, gutter guard is a great investment! It prevents leaves from building up in your gutters and providing dry fuel for bushfires to take...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sales on September 17, 2013 at 11:30 PM||comments (37)|
Protect your home from bushfires this season by having Spotless Gutters supply and install a quality, bushfire rated gutter guard.
Leaf debris will be prevented from collecting in your gutters and providing tinder for airborne sparks. The right gutter guard will also allow maximum water to penetrate your gutters and collect in your rainwater tank, providing a valuable water source during the coming bushfire season.
With a warm winter behind us, curren...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sales on July 15, 2013 at 10:00 PM||comments (0)|
Have you got a rainwater tank? Are you making the most of the heavy falls when they arrive or are your gutters clogged with dirt and leaves?
Blocked gutters will mean that less water is getting through to your tank, and the that the water you are collecting will be of poorer quality.
If you have trees overhanging your roof, it may be worth considering installing gutter guard to ensure that your gutters stay leaf and dirt free. You'll elimina...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sales on February 11, 2013 at 6:35 AM|
With the recent stormy weather in the Northern Rivers area, the owners and managers at Peppers Resort Coorabell in the Byron Bay hinterland will be glad that we recently installed Blue Mountain mesh on their 18 accommodation units as well as the office, conference centre and restaurant. With the gutters cleaned of leaves and gutter guard protecting them from filling up with debris and creating blockages, overflows and ceiling leaks would have been the least of their worries, with the bonus o...Read Full Post »