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What are some of the things that you can do in Milwaukee? You can go sailing on Lake Michigan while admiring the view of this great city. You can also grab a bite to eat at Harbor House and dine on some of the best seafood in the state. There are also many festivals here that should you keep you entertained for most of the year, so it's a win-win situation. The best way to really enjoy the Beer City is to have plenty of free time on your hands. If you plan on cleaning your gutters this weekend you might want to change those plans and just hire Lawn Love instead. This way you can enjoy the city while letting one of the best in the business clean your gutters.

Why do we need to clean our gutters? Are they really that important? The answer is yes, they are important and they need to be cleaned regularly because they play such an integral role in keeping our home and surrounding property safe by redirecting rainwater from our roof. Gutters can become clogged by debris such as leaves, sticks, and insect husks, and if they aren't cleaned they won't function properly which could be disastrous.

Lawn Love is one of the experts when it comes to gutter cleaning which is a fact that many Milwaukeeans can attest to. We will remove most of the debris clogging your gutters and we can do it safely and efficiently. If you feel like your gutters could use some cleaning then give us a call at 414-255-0887. You can also go over our rates by getting a two minute quote online.

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

There won't be any rain in Milwaukee today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 5:15 AM and set at 8:34 PM today in Milwaukee).

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Gutter Cleaning in Milwaukee, WI


Although it is a land-locked state, Wisconsin has no shortage of water. Collectively, the state has nearly 7,500 rivers and streams. Put together, these waterways would cover more than 26,500 miles, enough to circle the equator. Door County in Wisconsin also has about 250 miles of lakefront land along Lake Michigan. While these figures are impressive, Wisconsin's water accumulation is not quite as appealing when it damages your property. As a place with four seasons, WI gets plenty of precipitation year-round in the form of rain and snow. If your home is not protected from these elements, it can sustain a significant amount of damage when rainstorms or snowstorms strike. There are many steps you can take to weatherproof your home. One of the most important steps is making sure that your gutters are clean. Otherwise, they can damage your home and cause more extensive property damage.


Proper Gutter Care


Gutters are designed to divert water away from your home to avoid damage. But if the gutters are clogged, they'll have the opposite effect and bring water towards the home. Gutters naturally collect debris throughout the year, including pollen, dirt, and leaves. Sometimes, these items accumulate slowly in your gutters and eventually cause a clog. Other times, such as in the spring and fall, the gutters can become filled with debris much faster. Therefore, experts recommend having your gutters cleaned at least once in spring and again later in the fall. Ideally, especially if you have many large deciduous trees on your property, you'll have the gutters cleaned even more frequently. Some professionals say a thorough gutter cleaning every four months is ideal. In the fall, you'll mostly want to keep the gutters cleared out from all the leaves that inevitably fall throughout the season. But in the spring, you'll want to make sure that the gutters don't have any water damage, cracks, or other structural problems that can develop after a cold winter. Debris accumulation or physical issues can compromise your gutter's ability to carry water away from the home. Instead, water can back up and become diverted into your home, which can ultimately cause significant water damage. As you're cleaning out the gutters, remember to check the downspouts to make sure they're working correctly, too. If you're not sure how to clean the gutters, you can always contact a professional service like Lawn Love to assist.


In the fall, the types of trees you have on your property determines how often and when you'll need to clean out the gutters. Wisconsin, notes the Wisconsin County Forests Association, has a combination of deciduous and coniferous trees. Most conifers retain their needles throughout the year. The exception is Tamarack. Unlike conifer trees, which are softwood species, deciduous trees are hardwoods. They drop their leaves in autumn. The leaves of deciduous trees turn magnificent colors that range from yellow and orange to bright red. There are many varieties of trees in both categories that are indigenous to Wisconsin and may very well be in your own yard. Here are some of the few that you might find.



Cedar trees are perhaps most commonly associated with the Pacific Northwest. However, they are found in Wisconsin, too. There are five varieties of Cedar, which is a member of the Pine family. Cedar trees can reach heights of 40-50 feet. At maturity, their spread ranges from eight to 20 feet. The Eastern Cedar, like its cousin in the Pacific Northwest, can survive in harsh conditions including acidic, sandy soils and with minimal water. Cedar trees keep their leaves year-round.


Spruce trees are also evergreens. There are about 35 species of spruce in the evergreen family. They are historically found in temperate areas and can grow to reach substantial heights. Spruce trees have colorful needles that range in color from blue to green. In residential and commercial settings, they are frequently used for ornamental and decorative purposes.


Tamarack trees are also conifers. Unlike other members of the family, however, they drop their leaves in the fall. Tamarack trees also do well in very wet soil. They can live in wet conditions where many other trees don't grow.


Aspen trees are deciduous species that lose their leaves before winter. They can grow to be 80 feet tall, which means they're certainly capable of dropping leaves into your gutters. Their bark is yellow-gray, white, or green-white in color. There are several types of Aspen, including Quaking Aspen, which is an exceptionally alluring sight in wind and rain.


Birch trees are deciduous hardwood trees with thin leaves. They belong to the same family as hazels, alders, and hornbeams. Experts say there are about 30-60 species in the family. This includes some threatened and endangered species.


Juneberry, also called serviceberry, belongs to a family of about 20 species. Juneberry comes in the form of a shrub or small tree. In addition to healthy foliage, it produces bright red berries that are a favorite among wildlife.


Events in Milwaukee


Beer, produce, and fall weather are some of the main themes of Milwaukee's events. During the warmer months of the year, you'll want to make sure to check out these fun events.


Oktoberfest


Milwaukee, like many cities, hosts an Oktoberfest to celebrate the fall season. But this city's Oktoberfest features local brews and food. It is an action-packed event that is held in August.


Big Pig BBQ Fest


This entertaining event has a competitive spirit to it. About 15 different restaurant owners compete for the title of "BBQ King," which means they make the best barbecues in town. Live music is also part of the festival, and motorcycles park for free.


Between two and four times a year, you'll want to make sure your gutters are thoroughly cleaned to avoid damaging your home. Since gutter cleaning can be tricky (and time-consuming), you'll probably want to contact Lawn Love, experts in gardening and lawn care, to help out. Fill out the free, online quote form to get started today!


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