Gutter cleaning is essential if you want to effectively protect your habitat. The price of the cleaning varies according to the cleaning services necessary to realize on the gutter.
The main function of the gutter is the recovery of rainwater and its evacuation to a look or other external arrangement to prevent infiltration inside the house. Cleaning yourself or have your gutter cleaned is an essential operation, but sometimes not easy to achieve. The gutter cleaning price guide provides information on the actual costs per category of work, depending on the equipment and equipment required. Prices can vary greatly depending on the choices of the owner.
For the maintenance and cleaning of gutters, professionals offer maintenance contracts. These maintenance contracts provide for an annual inspection with verification of each part of the gutter, but also sometimes the provision of spare parts and free travel in case of a request for a specific repair. Count around and on average between 50 euros and 150 euros for a complete maintenance depending on the type of gutter and your place of residence. Prices vary according to the craftsman, the gardener or the company in charge of the work, but also according to the work itself, because the tasks to be performed are different depending on the material of the gutter, the length and the general condition the gutter and the height of the roof. If access requires the use of a basket, the price will also be impacted. These prices must be detailed and justified on the quote. So, comparing the solutions of each professional can, often, save money and take ownership of the maintenance contract at the best price/quality ratio.
Gutter cleaning: the gutters law and their maintenance
Several pieces of legislation address the subject of gutters. In particular, it is obligatory to pour rainwater on the ground or on the public highway. The discharge of waters is governed by Article 681 of the Civil Code. It is said that it is strictly forbidden to direct a gutter towards the property of its neighbor, except if this flow of water lasts for 30 years or more, or that it is a natural flow coming from the melt snow, for example. In parallel, article 641 of the Civil Code gives the authorization to install a water recuperator, a tank or a tank, and to erect a deeply buried wall to eliminate any risk of leakage in the adjacent land. For this type of work, the owners claim a tax credit in the order of 15% of the total amount of the development.