Although spring has not been in the air, it is fast approaching. Are you ready for the rain trough? The main function of your trough system is to direct rain away from your home and its foundation so it is important that it is in top shape to handle the upcoming rainy season.
To know more about what the rain gutter does (which is also known as ‘สิ่งที่สายฝนทำ‘ in the Thai language) you can visit various online websites.
Experts say that the trough should be cleaned twice a year and the best time to do this is the beginning of spring and autumn. Trough cleaning helps avoid costly repairs and roof damage.
Steps to Clean Rain trough
- Start by scooping the loose leaves, twigs, mud, spruce, and any other debris that could clog the system.
- Pay special attention to clean up the water spout channel to release the buildup of a rainstorm.
- Use the hose and spray trough and downspout to remove stubborn dirt and mud. The hose should be able to apply a lot of pressure to really push the debris out of your gutter system.
- As a last resort, you may need to hide the system completely to clean hard to reach areas and remove clogs.
- Once rinsed from the top-down process is complete.
Rain trough cleaning involves getting up on the roof where falls from ladders are damaged or footing may occur. Advice from experts is to hire a technician rain trough to avoid injury.
Most companies provide sewer cleaning and maintenance at a low cost. They have a special telescoping wand and flexible tools that make cleaning difficult to reach areas to win.