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Serving Southeast Louisiana
We are a locally owned company located in Metairie, LA. After humble beginnings in 2006, we now service customers in 7 parishes in south Louisiana and one county in Mississippi. We service homes and businesses up to three stories in height and clean over 70,000 feet of gutters each year. At Cut Above Gutter Cleaning, we will not only keep your gutters clean, we keep a schedule and contact you when you are due for a cleaning. We always haul our resulting debris away from your property and leave you with nothing but clean gutters. Our personnel are outfitted with our logo on their shirts so there is no doubt who is asking for access to your building's exterior. Your gutters and downspouts are flushed out on each visit.

Cleaning out gutters in the spring and fall might seem like a menial task, but failure to do so can cause major problems. From structural damage to roof leaks, clogged gutters can lead to expensive repairs. The fascia boards that hold the gutter system are often made of wood. When gutters clog and fill with water, the overflow can start to deteriorate and rot these areas. If a home has wood siding, clogged gutters can also cause water to overflow out of the gutter system and down the sides of the home. When gutters clog and water spills over the side, it can ruin flower beds, small trees, shrubs and even foundations.

Clogged gutters can cause all kinds of issues with your home. Here are a few common examples:

Water damage: Properly functioning gutters direct water away from the structure of your home. But, clogged gutters can cause water to collect around your foundation and undermine your house structure..

Loosened gutters: The Association for Homeowners Across America says that the weight of water, twigs and other debris can loosen gutters and cause them to pull away from their attachments.

Vermin: Clogged gutters can become an inviting home to ants roaches, mosquitoes, termites, and even rodents. And, if these pests are living in your gutters, there's a chance they'll make their way into your home

Since cleaning your gutters requires ladder access, it's always safest to leave this job to an insured professional. Professionals have the knowledge and training to safely clean your gutters and downspouts, as well as checking for misalignment, leaks or damage.