A London Milestone
7 Bizzare Roofs from Around the World
Merry Christmas from Gutters London
Protect Your Gutters From Freezing
Gutter Cleaning Without a Ladder
Gutter Rain Music
Turn Your Old Gutters Into Genuine Flower Pots
Rainwater Harvesting Systems
Gutter History in the UK
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Before we begin, let’s clarify something. There is really little to nothing that you can do to prevent your property from severe rains and disastrous floods. You can only prepare so much and be ready for a quick recovery. But frequent smaller rains are quite manageable and having a garden on your roof is one of the things that might easily help.
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London Reaches New Population Peak For the First Time in 75 Years
According to the forecasts of the Greater London Authority (GLA) this week London’s population will finally caught up with it’s 1939 peak levels. This is an extraordinary milestone not only because it took 75 years, but because no other city has managed to compensate the loss of two and a quarter million people. Read the rest of this entry »
Human culture is very rich in diverse architecture styles. Lot’s of different civilizations gave their share in our historical heritage. But some constructions are so wacky and bizarre that they stand out from the rest. Being a gutter cleaning company, we have a certain fascination towards roofs. So, here is our pick for 7 of the most strangest and unique roofs from around the world.
California’s Academy of Sciences Grass Roof
Covered in grassy hills, this roof brings nature closer to you. Perfect for taking your lunch break or just getting a rest besides the greens. It might be very handy if you desire a quick game of golf too. Just be careful with the long shots aimed near the parking area.
It is Christmas once again! We won’t bother explaining how you must be prepared for the Winter, because we are sure you already know it. Instead we just wanted to express our sincere thanks to all our loyal readers and clients and to wish them a very wonderful Holiday. Be it Christmas, Hanuka or Kwanzaa, celebrate it with your family and loved ones and let harmony and amity fill your heart. Read the rest of this entry »
Winter is a beautiful festive season, but it also is a nuisance for home owners. The snowfall looks great while you are indoors, but the same snowfall can cause ice dams to form in your gutters. If you don’t prevent them from freezing, the snow can wreak havoc in your home. Sleet and rain in winter will overflow and find its way into your home causing damp patches and structural damage. Rather than risk this it is best to learn how to prevent your gutters from freezing. Read the rest of this entry »
Every conscientious home owner realises the need of a proper gutter maintenance (or at least we hope so).
It is important they are fully functional and have no leaks or clogs. Otherwise you might be in a situation where you have to replace the whole guttering system or face irreversible foundation damage.
We really don’t over-exaggerate when we say you must regularly clean your gutters.
On the other hand, climbing a ladder and cleaning at a height is inadvisable and can be dangerous. Height related injuries are one of the most common reasons for a hospital visit in the UK. Broken limbs and cracked skulls are just some options that clumsy cleaners can experience.
One might wonder “how to clean your gutters from the ground?”. Read the rest of this entry »
Gutters are an important aspect of your roof and house drainage system. They are meant to do a specific task. But who’s to say they can’t be used as an artistic tool? Apparently the same thought came into the minds of Christoph Roßner, Annette Paul, and Andre Tempel. Those three artists from Dresden, Germany, decided to express themselves when they designed this gutter installation of a large, multi-story blue building in Dresden’s neighbourhood of Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. Read the rest of this entry »
If you take proper care for your home you would change your gutters every ten years or so. Instead of throwing the old ones out you can always give them a new life and transform them into beautiful flower pots. They have a very practical form for that purpose and it is really easy and fun activity. In the end you would have unique home made pots and you’ll have saved a penny in the process. Read the rest of this entry »
Quickly, what’s the first association you make when you hear English weather? That’s right, tons of rain yearly. But one must always look for positives, even in the stormiest of times. Frequent rains mean a lot of water. Rain water that can be harvested and used. Read on what’s the best practise and how to optimally put the rain that falls on your roof into practise. Read the rest of this entry »
One should always know the history of his predecessors and we as a gutter cleaning business in UK shouldn’t make a difference. That’s why we’ve put on our research glasses and dug up the crucial dates in time that shaped the gutters in England as they are today. Read the rest of this entry »