Frequently Asked Questions
For this to happen it means your down pipes are blocked. At Proclean.ie we have a vacuum system to remove all debris from gutter in-fills and use an inspection camera to see where the problem is on the down pipe then flush any debris using a high powered house.
We use the space vac system. It’s a very powerful vacuum that can suck dirt from gutters up to 4 stores high. We also have a lance that can power wash your fascia & soffit & all this is done from the safety of the ground.
At Proclean.ie we recommend that you have your gutters cleaned at least once a year. This stops debris from building up and down pipes being blocked. Blocked gutters can cause damage to the interior & exterior of your home
No. We have a generator for power so don’t need access to the house once you have a side entrance.
We live in Ireland. So yes in extreme circumstances the wether can affect the service.
There is a rubber seal around every joint on your gutters over time and wether conditions the rubber starts to crack causing water to leak from the joint. 9 times out of 10 this is an easy fix and can be fixed the day you have your gutters cleaned.
Yes we do occasionally work on Saturday’s & Sunday’s but availability is limited, so please book well in advance.
Depending on the size of your home and the service requested. A service call can last 30 minutes or as much as 8 hours. If duration is your major consideration please ask for an approximate length on your initial call.
It is up to you where you would like this to be dumped. We recommend you put this in your garden waste bin or composed bin. We can remove it from your property at an extra charge.
This can be dangerous work and falls from ladders are very common. Before climbing a ladder, be sure it’s sturdy and all steps are in good condition. Climb the first two steps to determine if the ground is level. For soft soil place plywood under the legs of the ladders. You should make sure not to rest the ladders on the gutters themselves