Spring is here. We want to hear from you.
Daylight savings is here. Spring is just around the corner — we hope — and homeowners across the country are emerging from hibernation to face the task of sprucing up their homes and yards. With the advent of spring comes the seasonal chore of cleaning your gutters — either what you put off from last fall or anticipating what’s to come after trees blossom and shed Maple seeds, Oak tassels and the like.
Since we started this conversation, we have received lots of great feedback and comments from homeowners trying to figure out the best gutter guard application for their homes. We’ve even heard from a handful of manufacturers commenting on reviews we’ve written about their products. It has been rewarding hearing from you, yet we’d like to hear more. We want your questions, comments and feedback.
If you’re contemplating a particular brand of gutter guard, we want to hear what you like about what you’ve seen and what concerns you. We realize that with so many choices in the marketplace, the more products you look at, the more confusing your decision can become.
In addition to scouring the Internet for information, how else do you search for gutter guards? Do you use the Yellow Pages, attend home shows, or seek referrals from friends?
Do you like solid reverse curve or micro mesh screen systems?
What do you like about each type?
What bugs you?
How much does price impact your buying decisions?
Reviews and requests for information about pricing are the most popular search terms we get on this blog. If you have received quotes for different products on your home, feel free to share that info with other readers. They want to learn from your experiences.
If you’ve bought something and love it, let us know. By the same token, if you bought something and regret your decision, readers want to know.
Don’t hesitate to ask us questions. If you like the topics we’re discussing, let us know. If you want us to write about something in particular, let us know that, too.
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Welcome to spring. Welcome to the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you!