ALWAYS have your home’s gutters cleaned first, and then pressure wash. No matter how careful a person is, guttering cleaning almost always involves a small amount of leaves, leaf debris and/or dirty gutter water accidentally falling onto the siding and walkways of a home. Therefore, it is ALWAYS advisable to have the gutters cleaned first and then have the pressure washing done afterwards. When that is not possible and the house was pressure washed first, please do not be surprised to see a labor charge for the additional time it usually takes to clean the property up, after gutter cleaning, to make everything look just as pristine as it was right after the pressure washing. It some cases, it will take our two-man team an additional 2 to 3 hours just to do such a cleanup.
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