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Overthrow the overflow: Protect your home’s foundation and avoid a damp or flooded basement

September was a rainy month, and when it rains, the phone at the locally owned The Gutter Boys starts ringing. “People don’t often think about their gutter system until they’re home during a rainstorm, and they see first-hand the water overflowing their gutters and seeping into their basements,” says company founder Anthony Alberino...

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The Gutter Boys’ exclusive Valor Gutter Guard system includes many advantages

Northeast Ohio’s The Gutter Boys just experienced one of their biggest Augusts ever. That’s because summer storms were more common than usual, including 4 inches of rain in a single day in parts of the region. “When it rains, it pours,” says company founder Anthony Alberino. “When homeowners see water overflowing their gutters, they...

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Cover your gutters before fall

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I sure have. The leaves are beginning to show slight color and many are already turning brown and falling. Last weekend I raked a half a Hefty bag of leaves from my fire pit area. And it’s only August. “Fall is definitely on its way and so are clogged gutters,” says Anthony Alberino, founder...

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The end of gutter cleaning

It may be hard to imagine, but in a few short weeks Cleveland Browns preseason football will begin along with the rumbling of school buses going down our streets. That means now is the time to make sure your gutter system can handle late-summer storms and be protected from upcoming fall leaves. Here in Northeast Ohio, The Gutter Boys is a...

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Keeping your gutters clean can be a real challenge, but The Gutter Boys can keep your gutter system flowing freely

Unless you’re a meteorologist, you probably don’t think much about how Lake Erie affects Northeast Ohio weather. It does so in two big ways. First, because the lake warms and cools more slowly than the land, it delays spring and fall. That’s one reason why late April can be so cold and early October can be so warm. Second, Lake Erie...

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