L&T Tree Cutting 24/7 in Danbury, CT

Tree Cutting, Gutter Cleaning, Snow Plowing 



Gutter cleaning is one of the most important home maintenance services needed and it is often overlooked until gutters are overflowing and possibly causing damage. Preventative maintenance is the most efficient way to prolong the life of your gutters, roof, windows and siding.

>Tree Cutting 24/7 Gutter Cleaning free evaluation consists of the following:

>Cleaning all debris from gutters, downspouts, and all accessible roof areas.

>Making sure the gutter downspouts are draining properly                             

> Cleaning up all gutter related debris off the groun

>Evaluating your gutter system to record the conditionof your gutters as well as identifying any problem areas suggest corrective action!!!    

    •  Upon completion of our service, We will leave a Invoice on your door or in your mail box Please make check payable to > Anthony Dorman 12 Wellington Court Dr Danbury CT 06811

       Most Gutter  cleaning jobs cost within the range of $150 to $350 OR $400 depending on a number of variables: size of the home, height of the house, roof slope, and the landscaping around the house. we also install new seamless gutters if necessary and we also do all repair work where necessary.


Gutters are part of your roofing system and they require regular maintenance to keep your home looking niceā€”and to help prevent damage from weather elements. By directing rainwater away from the perimeter of your home, gutters are the first line of defense against water seeping into your house. So if your gutters are clogged with debris or not in operative shape, they will not function properly, potentially resulting in water damage to your home.

Why Do It?

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, as a result, seep into your basement.

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.

Ice dams: If you live in an area where it freezes during the winter, your clogged gutters can cause ice dams. An ice dam is when water flows over the edges of a clogged gutter and then freezes, forcing water into your home. An then ice dams can become so heavy they can rip the gutter right off your home, resulting in costly repair bills.

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

How Often?
   you should have your gutters cleaned at least 3 times a years

The National Center for Healthy Housing recommends cleaning your gutters at least twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, although it may be a good idea to check them for debris more frequently. However, if you experience any of the following conditions, you might consider altering the frequency:

Hot, dry desert conditions: If you live in the desert, or in an area without any foliage or plants near your home, you may only need to clean your gutters once a year. But, you should defer to the advice of a professional.

Woods: If your house is surrounded by lots of trees, your gutters may need cleaning more frequently. You should talk to a professional about the best plan to make sure they are cleaned often enough.

Snow, ice conditions: If you have snow on your roof and notice any ice dams and leaks, you should call a professional to remove the debris or fix the leak. It's simply too dangerous for you to attempt to remove ice dams or fix leaks in a slippery environment.

How To Do It:

Since cleaning your gutters requires you to get on a ladder, it's always safest to leave this job to the professionals. There are many companies that specialize in gutter cleaning, and professionals have the knowledge and training to safely clean your gutters and downspouts, as well as checking for and repairing misalignment, leaks or damage.