Sewer protection, also known as "gutter protection", is an excellent way to avoid blockages and reduce stormwater maintenance efforts. Gutter guards come in many forms, and here we'll look at a few of the different types and help you decide if a gutter guard is a right choice for you.
Most gutter protection systems are easy to install as long as they fit your system. This, of course, means that you are working on the stairs. So, if you're not agile or don't have the confidence to work on stairs, consider hiring a professional to do the installation for you.
Many people are injured every year when they work on stairs. So be careful and try to get someone to help you, or at least hold the ladder for you.
When deciding whether a gutter protector is right for you, keep in mind that it's not a complete solution, meaning you'll still need to clean and maintain your gutters.
So that doesn't mean you can sit back and never think about your gutters again, but it does generally mean you have less work to do to maintain them and you certainly have fewer problems with clogging.
The idea of gutter protection is to keep leaves, twigs, and other debris from getting into the gutter, thus preventing difficult clogging, but you'll usually still need to remove all debris from the fuse itself.