Inspecting Gutters and Downspouts Heritage Building (Canada)

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Inspecting gutters and downspouts is an important part of the maintenance of any building.

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Language: English
Country: Canada

Gutters and downspouts are responsible largely for draining water and roof runoff from the roof of a building. Debris blocking the gutter or downspout can cause a back-up, ultimately having water spill over, or even worse, causing the gutter or downspout to pull away from the building. Additionally, failure of a gutter or downspout can cause basement flooding, damage to the foundation of a building, and ultimately cause costly repairs. Inspection of a gutter can occur during gutter cleaning, or as a part of a downspout installation, while inspection of a gutter is needed to prevent damage to the gutter and should be performed annually. Gutter and downspout installers or specialists use a combination of cameras, plumber snakes to remove debris, and other equipment to evaluate a gutter. Using a gutter specialist or gutter service is generally recommended as gutter and downspout work requires individuals to be working at heights, generally using ladders that are high enough to reach a roof.

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