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Gutter Cleaning Season


Ges Clean Ltd

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Hi all, we have recently launched our gutter cleaning service (using the Atom) to compliment our power washing (drives and patio) division.

My question is, given the power washing is pretty much seasonal (March - Septemberish) ime looking at what work is there to carry the team through the winter months, is gutter cleaning seasonal or all year ?

We are also doing soft washing (roof cleaning) again is this seasonal ?

Cheers

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I do 70% of my gutter work November - March. Usually start after the leaves have fallen and customers tend to notice their gutters are blocked when you have longer periods of rain.

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40 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

November - March. when you have longer periods of rain.

Im finding the longer periods of rain are between Jan-Dec this year ?????

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