Building A New House
Sep 16, 2017 11:32 am
I live in the area where there are lots of gum leaves and gum nuts from the surrounding neighbourhoods; this has caused my grey water to be yellow-ish. After talking to a couple of people, they have suggested me to install gutter guards.
I then received 2 quotes from the gutter guard installers, one offers 15 years warranty, while the others 20 years.
Both prices are comparable and both claimed that I don't need to do any maintenance once installed (apart from once-a-year hose the gutter).
The question I have is:
1) Is that true that once I installed gutter guard, I don't have to do any maintenance?
2) What do you think of having gutter guard to 'clear' the grey water from gum leaves?
Re: Yellow-ish grey water and no-maintenance gutter guard2
Oct 29, 2017 6:33 pm
Thanks for your reply!
At the end, I installed gutter guard by put an ad on hi pages website (thus I received 3 quotes) and since it is installed, the grey water is cleaner - so much happy now
Yes, thanks for the suggestion, I'll hose the gutter once a year
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