If you own a home, you probably do not even think about your gutters, unless something goes wrong.
If your gutters stop working and rain water starts running over the sides of the house in sheets or the gutters start to pull away from the roof creating an eyesore, then all of the sudden your gutters are a big deal.
Clogged gutters also provide a haven for birds, mosquitoes, squirrels, and other rodents and insects. The leaves, twigs, and needles that collect are perfect for nests. Spiders, beetles, bees, and terminate can all find a home in the dark, moist, and clogged environment. In the summertime, mosquitoes can breed in areas of stagnant water in the clogged areas. Animals and insects can damage your gutters, roof, and exterior of your home.