Getting your Church’s gutters and downpipes cleared regularly is vital
Unless a church is constantly ensuring that its gutters and downpipes are functioning correctly, it’s not being properly maintained.
That’s because, as Historic England says:
“The biggest threat to the survival of historic buildings is water. Clear gutters and downpipes allow water to drain away quickly so that it doesn’t have time to seep into the structure and get into the building. Water damage affects stonework, woodwork, internal fittings and decorations but it can be easily prevented.”
Just waiting for a chance to block your gutters and downpipes are:
- Tennis Balls
- Dead pigeons
- Birds’ Nests
- Broken Tiles/Slates
- Plastic Bags
- Roofing Materials
GutterClear makes it easy:
GutterClear provides an easy three-step process for parishes to get routine maintenance visits from one of a number of accredited local contractors, at a fixed, competitive price agreed in advance.
It is just as if you were getting your Church’s boiler serviced or electrical system checked over.
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