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Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by Neil, Apr 9, 2015.

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Forgot my go pro but you can see what I'm pulling out [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    Nice pics....:thumbsup:

    I bet you would have struggled on that one if using ali poles?

    Did frank drop any sods on the conservatory roof by any chance?:D
     
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    Your right there smurf ! No bits went on the roof as my vac I sucking like a gooden since I've changed hosing and poles its Soo powerful
    The roof was cleaned the day before by another window cleaner and he said he couldn't get the gutters above the conny roof so they rang me and I said course I can clear all your gutters from the ground no problem at all


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    What sort of Vac are you using?
     
  5. Neil

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    3000 watt mate


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    I needs to get some decent poles...Which gardiner/grippamax poles did you get as they sell two types?

    I bet they where impressed too when they seen what came out.

    Was a good job the gap was big enough , sods were dry and also half round I find is a lot easier to do too. Otherwise that would have been a pig of a job to do by guttervac for sure.
     
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    [​IMG] this is what was growing above the conny roof lol


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    Not been done for a wee while then if ever since that conservatory was built :D
     
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    Yep I could do with another narrow nozzle but a little bit narrower than the one I was using for the ones where the tiles over hand too far


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    good job neil , i done one very similar to that on tuesday and what i find this time of year is if the weather is dry for a while it is a lot easier to drench all the **** in the gutter and it runs easier through the poles and hose so it stop the clogging up
     
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