Gutter Vac

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  1. spmonkay

    spmonkay Active Member
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    Hi all, I have a budget of £400 to £500 and would like to purchase a gutter vac. Could anybody suggest a wet and dry vac that will suffice? Bearing in mind I will need to purchase poles too!! Anybody suggest where to get the poles and how much?
     
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  2. mark m

    mark m Hero
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    i got my poles from this company they are also members hear you get a little discount when you mention the this forum .I also think you need to extend you budget or look on ebay for a secondhand one
    http://www.guttervacuumsystems.co.uk/index.html
     
  3. spmonkay

    spmonkay Active Member
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    How much do you think I need? Approx.
     
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    Do they do the job real good? Is there a lot of money to be made cleaning gutters?
     
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    http://www.guttercleaningsystems.co.uk/clarke30.html
     
  8. mr shine

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    that clarke vac is way to under powered for gutters and would be very slow personally i wouldnt go near it
     
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    I would save a bit more and go for at least a 2400 watt vac personally. My first two vacs were 4200 watt since then have used 3000 watt vacs as i don't bother with 3 storey work anymore.
     
  10. silversurfer

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    Don'y knock it till you have tried it mate!! ;)
     
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