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A Common Sense approach to cleaning your home’s gutters

Even homes with gutter guards need gutter cleaning

A Common sense approach to gutter cleaning

Homeowners need to regularly clean their gutters to ensure that rain water flows safely away from their homes foundation.

Consumers will find that even with gutter guards or a screen system in place, debris will still accumulate on top of the gutter and need to be removed.

Currently most hardware stores offer gutter cleaning tools that cause you to spray debris from your gutters using water or air. 

These tools use methods that create extra mess to clean up and will more than likely get you wet.  These inferior gutter cleaning tools can also cause you to wash a few windows or spray down your siding after each use.

Homes with gutter guards or a screen system still need regular cleaning

Don’t risk your safety on a Dangerous ladder!

Some disturbing statistics have been gathered about ladder fall injuries.  In the early 2000’s ladder-related injuries per 100,000 people rose almost 27 percent and more than 2.1 million people needed to be hospitalized, about twice the overall admission rate for consumer-product related injuries.

According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons in the United States every year OVER 500,000 people visit the Emergency Room to get treated for ladder fall related injuries. Approximately 300 of these incidents prove to be FATAL.

In 2007 alone, more than 400 people died as a result of falls.

Use common sense in your approach to gutter cleaning, don’t use a ladder. It is not necessary and can get you hurt!

Don't be this guy

Does it make sense to buy a new wet/dry vacuum to use with a Gutter Clutter Buster?

You have decided to stay off a dangerous ladder, and have discovered that the Gutter Clutter Buster is the safest, most efficient way to clean your gutters.

Next, you go in your garage, and discover that your wet dry vacuum has a smaller hose than needed to work with a Gutter Clutter Buster, What do you do?

Gutter Clutter Buster works with your wet/dry vacuum

Buy them BOTH!

When you consider the total cost to buy either the Gutter Clutter Buster Tool ($79.95)  or the Gutter Clutter Buster KIT ($139.95) AND a new wet/dry vacuum (up to $150) your total investment would be $300 or less.

When you consider the efficient and safer way of cleaning your gutters using the Gutter Clutter Buster, spending less money on an inferior gutter cleaning tool that creates more work and jeopardizes your safety just DOESN’T MAKE SENSE.

Calling a professional 2 to 3 times a year, and spending $100 to $300 each cleaning doesn’t make sense in the long run

Risking your safety on a dangerous ladder to save a few bucks is not the way to go either!

Stay SAFE on the ground, get the job done easily and SAFELY, and have all the debris collected for easy disposal. Get your Gutter Clutter Buster TODAY!

We keep track of whats on sale online regarding wet/dry vacuums, if you would like us to send you some links to make your WET/DRY VACUUM shopping easier, just call or email your request and we will be happy to assist.

In closing, remember to use a common sense approach to cleaning your gutters. A good and thorough job can be done safely from ground level, and all the nasty debris gets placed in your vacuum when you use the Gutter Clutter Buster

Gutter Clutter Buster®2019 Patent – US D622,016S 
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