The price of gutter cleaning is going up…just not today!
The Covid – 19 epidemic has caused backups across the entire supply chain worldwide, and it has affected the price of everything from gasoline to gutter cleaning tools.
Gutter cleaning can be a daunting task and many homeowners opt to have a professional come out to clean their gutters.
Costs for gutter cleaning have been on the rise as the costs of doing business increase through 2021.
Just yesterday a customer with a 2100 sq foot home told me he was charged $400 for a professional service to clean his gutters
Recent searches on Angie’s List show gutter cleaning in his area should have cost about $250. Costs for hiring a pro are going up.
That homeowner could have saved money by purchasing his Gutter Clutter Buster months ago, don’t wait – get yours TODAY!
Gutter cleaning tools have increased in price at your hardware stores as a result of these backups and shortages.
At Gutter Clutter Buster, we have been hit with a surcharge on resin and PVC materials that have added 15% to the production costs of manufacturing the best gutter cleaning tool.
The prices of many American made products have also been affected by the strain on the shipping and trucking industries.
A shortage of parts for repairing outdoor maintenance equipment and other tools outdoor professionals use has led to a longer wait time for service calls.
Increases in the price homeowners are charged for gutter cleaning and maintenance has been noted by numerous customers and they tell us.
We have refrained from increasing the retail prices of our gutter cleaning products so far, but that will not last into 2022 if things continue.
We have not been able to run a 2021 sale UNTIL NOW… The Gutter Clutter Buster KIT/Combo PRO and PRO MAX are now on sale for a limited time. Save up to $50!!
I have used the tools twice since I got it. This tool is the best return for my money compared to many other things I bought in my life. .
I had a screen on my gutters before. But over time they plugged too. Also the small seeds at spring used to go through the small holes and plug the downspout. I used to get them cleaned twice a year spending from $200 to $300 each time – Richard M. Quebec, Canada