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Gutter Cleaning Services in Sacramento, CA

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Prescreened Gutter and Downspout Cleaning Services in Sacramento, CA

Leaffilter Gutter Protection
4.83
5 Verified Ratings
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(866) 575-1654
1431 N Market Blvd Suite 9
Sacramento, CA 95834
 
Dupzyk Maintenance Services
4.94
21 Verified Ratings
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(714) 455-8832
PO Box 255354
Sacramento, CA 95865
 
 
Clean View Window Cleaning, LLC - Unlicensed Contractor
4.97
5 Verified Ratings
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(916) 633-6887
3428 Huntsman Drive
Sacramento, CA 95826
 
Termileaf
4.83
3 Verified Ratings
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(714) 455-8694
4091 Las Pasas Way
Sacramento, CA 95864
 
 
Bobby’s Gutter Cleaning & Repair
4.43
7 Verified Ratings
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(510) 768-0399
427 Taggert Court
Roseville, CA 95678

Serving Sacramento, CA
 

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Cost to hire a Clean Gutters and Downspouts in Sacramento

Most homeowners spent between:
$127 - $204
Average Cost:
$165
Min cost:
$85
Max cost:
$325

Reviews of Sacramento House Gutter Cleaners

Project: Clean Gutters and Downspouts
Antelope, CA

DID A GOOD JOB LEFT LIL MESS BUT OVER ALL GOOD JOB

 
Project: Clean Gutters and Downspouts
Elk Grove, CA

I appreciate the phone of his arrival time. The work was done very quickly.

 
Project: Clean Gutters and Downspouts
Sacramento, CA

John did really solid work for me. He cleaned my gutters and even did a few minor repairs to them on request. He showed me some potential problems, offered to fix them for a reasonable price, and wasn't at all pushy about it. He showed up on time, was polite, and called back quickly. Nice guy and I'd gladly do business with him again.

 

Unscreened House Cleaning & Maid Services in Sacramento, California

Master's Window Cleaning & Gutter Cleaning
9864 Bexley Drive
Sacramento, CA 95827
Flat Roof Specialist
265 Marvin Way
Auburn, CA 95603
Awesome Window Cleaning
P.O. Box 162388
Sacramento, CA 95816
Super cleaning
5945 Park Circle
Ione, CA 95670
Cal Price Contracting
1471 Meredith Way
Carmichael, CA 95608

Things to Consider Before You Hire a Gutter Cleaning Company:

  • Why do you need to have your gutters cleaned? (Check all that apply)

    Water isn't draining from the downspouts
    Water overflows from gutter and drips from joints
    Gutters are clogged with leaves and needles
    Gutters are clogged with gravel from the roof
    As regular maintenance to keep them working properly
  • How many stories is your house?

Ideas & Inspiration from Sacramento House Cleaning & Maid Services


Sacramento Gutter Cleaning

Buying a house is a huge investment, and homeowners across the country are all concerned with keeping their investments in the best condition possible. When it comes to maintenance, few are likely to disregard issues like leaking roofs, foundation erosion, or a basement that floods. Gutter cleaning, on the other hand, is a task that often gets neglected. For homeowners concerned with keeping repair costs down, it's worth noting that clogged gutters can be a factor in larger issues like the ones just mentioned! Along with leaks, foundation issues, and basement flooding, there are many other problems associated with disregarding gutter cleaning. Sacramento residents looking to keep their properties in the best shape possible have good reason to get their gutters cleaned at least once a year.

The Importance of Gutter Cleaning
The upper Central Valley has some of the most desirable weather in the country. With temperatures that are rarely too cold or too warm, and a comfortable 20 or so inches of precipitation a year, weather is rarely something worth complaining about. Though not nearly as soggy as some other areas of the country, 20 inches of rain is enough to cause a significant amount of damage if it isn't handled properly. Sacramento gutter and downspout systems are meant to divert rain water to areas where it won't be able to harm your property; if neglected, they can't do their job and water can easily flow where it is not wanted.

What can excess water do when it is flowing in the wrong spot? Well, it can cause small problems like puddles and cascading water in inconvenient places. It can also flow into basements and beneath overhangs, which can lead to numerous problems. Clogged gutters, when filled with water, can also put an incredible amount of weight and stress on your roof, which can lead to leaks, and if left unchecked, to mold, mildew, and rot. Dirty gutters also create an ideal environment for mosquitoes to breed.

Options
For some homeowners in Sacramento, gutter cleaning is a task that's worth the extra effort to do themselves. If you have a single story house with easy roof access and you have the right tools for the job, you can save some cash by cleaning your own gutters once a year. Working up high and shoveling muck out of your gutters and into a bucket is not, however, a task that every person will relish. For these folks, hiring a professional crew is the most practical option for gutter cleaning. Sacramento homeowners who live in multi-storied houses or houses where the pitch of the roof is steep or roof access is difficult may also find it beneficial to hire a professional crew for this job.

Professional Costs
One thing that homeowners should consider before hiring a pro or attempting the job themselves is how much the savings really are. According to our figures here at HomeAdvisor, Sacramento gutter cleaning is likely to cost anywhere from $200 to $400, depending on the extent of the work and the company that does the job (this is a little higher than our national average figure of about $190).

A pro will generally do a very good job in far less time than it would take the average homeowner, and will often use equipment like power-washers and special harnesses that will make the task safer and the results more dramatic. To get the same results as a professional, most homeowners would have to rent this equipment, which could easily bridge the gap between the DIY price and the price of hiring a pro by $50 or $100. Add that to the time and energy you'd spend cleaning your own gutters, and it's easy to see why so many people find the annual cost of hiring a pro to be more than reasonable.