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Seattle is a truly beautiful city, and the fact that it is surrounded by plenty of greenery really makes it worthy of being called the Emerald City. Besides being the home of Starbucks and the world famous Space Needle, Seattle is also known for its diverse and active music culture. This city is no stranger to musicians as some of the world's most famous bands hail from here. Popular groups such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Sound Garden all had their beginnings in this city.

A place this great deserves to be experienced to the fullest, so you might want to clear your schedule this weekend and forget about cleaning your gutters. Lawn Love can help you with your gutter cleaning so you can enjoy hanging out in Seattle with your friends.

Gutters are a very important of any home because they help keep your house and surrounding property safe from water damage. This is why homeowners in Seattle need to regularly clean their gutters because the city is known for its frequent rains. Ignoring your gutters can is a recipe for disaster as you could end up having to spend several thousand dollars on repairs.

At Lawn Love put in plenty of effort whenever are asked to do some gutter cleaning. Our group of independent, Seattle-based professionals can clean your gutters in the safest and most efficient way possible. Give us a call at 206-466-4650 to book our services, or request a free online quote to see our rates.

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Gutter cleaning facts in Seattle

When should I clean my gutters?

Here are the most common times of the year gutters are cleaned in Seattle:

How are gutter cleaning prices in Seattle?

Prices vary depending on how many gutters there are and whether undiscovered life forms are growing in them. Here are some average gutter cleaning prices for homes in Seattle:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Should I water my lawn today?

Blocked gutters will dump water too close to your house's foundation. Get them cleaned to direct that water back towards your lawn!

It looks like the expected precipitation in Seattle is 0.01 inches, which means you will probably have to water your lawn today.

Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 7:12 AM and set at 5:34 PM today in Seattle).

Seattle gutter cleaning

Winter is more than just freezing cold weather, snow boots, and parkas. The accumulation of freezing rain, snow, and ice will often destroy a roof and gutters. If gutters aren't maintained, bad things happen to a house. Winter is also about having fun. Okay, you have to bundle up, and your nose will get cold. However, if you're having fun, what's a little chill? Why not go and have some fun in and around Seattle while we take care of your icy gutters. Here are some of the things that you could see and do.

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

Also known as Ballard Locks, they sit among the Carl S. English, Jr. Botanical Gardens. Open year-round, visitors and residents can watch the action in the locks in addition to enjoying the beauty of nature.

Also in this triple play, you can watch the salmon on the way to their spawning grounds. Several species from the salmon family all head upstream in different months, with steelheads going in February and March. Watch as the fish use steps to make their way to the freshwater portion of Puget Sound and return.

Citydog! Club

What could be more fun than watching your furry best friend having a blast with other dogs in a fun environment? It's not a dog park. It's not a grooming salon. It's not a nap place. It's all that and more.

Watch as your furry friend plays, eats only the healthiest food, naps in the cleanest and comfiest environment, has a wash and blow dry, and wags his tail off with other dogs of all sizes and breeds. It's a day at the spa for your fur baby.

Volunteer Water Park Tower

The elevation is 520 feet. Once you get to the top, you will see a 360-degree view of Seattle. Once you've drunk it all in, across the park is the Volunteer Park Conservatory. While your gutters are being cleaned of snow and ice, you'll be strolling among a variety of plants, some of which are over 75 years old.

Learn how to make flower arrangements, buy your favorite plants at the plant sales, and attend the odd fundraiser featuring light shows, or just walk through all that beauty and drink it in.

Seattle Pinball Museum

Sometimes our children are amazed that we can't play their video games. They can't picture us with knees bent, feet hip-width apart, and elbows bent, ready to hit that bumper to fling the ball into the holes for a slough of bell-screaming points.

If you'd like to remember those days and get to play a few, then head on over to the pinball museum. What started as a revitalization project of the downtown quickly became a big hit and is still in use today.

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

It isn't about subways like New York or pirate tunnels like Savannah, Ga. It's about underground speak-easies and ground floors of other businesses. They were put on the back burner when Seattle burned to the ground in 1889. The city decreed that new buildings had to be both stone as well as built well above street level.

Which left the underground as the perfect way to see what part of the original city looked like. There's even a speak-easy for you to enjoy. Leave the kids at home, though, if you'd like to see the tour and hear the more bawdy stories about the underground Seattle of the past.

You Talked About Winter And Gutters

Ice dams form when snow and ice melt from the heat inside the house, running down the roof into the gutters. Then the moisture refreezes or is caught beneath fresh snow and ice. The gutters can't hold any more. New melting snow and ice runs into the stoppage, backing up on the roof.

In addition, the roof possibly collapsing beneath all that weight, moisture trying to reach the gutters overflow into the outside walls of the house. This is the entry point to the inside walls, insulation, and the foundation. The wet insulation forms mold, the walls are damaged by water, and the foundation is a sitting duck.

Another winter problem with gutters is icicles. These form when the water coming off the roof can't get into the gutters. It slips over and freezes on its way down. It's beautiful in the sunlight, but not so pretty when they break off and hurt someone on their way down.

Experts tell us not to break off the icicles. They can injure the homeowner or someone else. They can also pull the gutter right off the house. Experts advise homeowners to try heating the gutters to melt the icicles.

What's The Answer?

Cleaning gutters is a once or twice per year chore that most homeowners do grudgingly. Gutters have a lifespan of 20 years plus, so homeowners won't need new gutters as long as they stay on top of the cleaning.

However, snow and ice build up in empty gutters. Since they can't access the heat of the house like the roof can, the snow and ice freezes and refreezes. Eventually, the whole thing will come crashing down.

Keep Gutters Clean And Snow Free

Keep leaves and debris as well as snow and ice out of gutters by:

Your house is your biggest expenditure. All the little things that encompass maintenance will keep that expenditure from getting out of hand. Gutters protect your home from the ravages of nature, so keep them in good shape by calling us for help.

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