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Tristar Roofing & LeafPro Gutters

Here at Tristar and LeafPro we specialize in all types of roofing and gutters. Tristar installs 4,5,6" gutters, fascia gutters and half round European systems. If your tired of gutter cleaning then check out our LeafPro gutter system which is guaranteed to NEVER clog or we will clean them for free! Tristar are experts in asphalt, metal, rubber and torch on roofing systems. We also clean all types of roofs! Quality installation, A+ BBB, Since 1980. ...
The Home Wash Company

Servicing the Lower Mainland, offering hand washing using soft brushes for the exterior of your home, roof moss removal, professional pressure washing, gutter and window cleaning. NEW FOR WINTER, SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES. ...
Top 5 Article Search Results for keyword(s): Gutters

Cleaning Black Streaks Off Gutters

Q: We have vinyl gutters that are only about two years old. They have vertical black streaks that just won't come off no matter what cleaner we try. We have cleaned the regular dirt off but these streaks just won't disappear. Can you advise us as to what will remove them?
Gutters & Eavestroughs made just that easy!

When you are considering the various gutter (for those of the in the East they are referred to as eavestroughs) options, you also should consider how you are going to control the leaves and debris entering your gutter or downspout system.
Stopping that annoying "drip drip" sound coming from your gutters

Have you been awakened or bothered by a steady drip drip drip sound coming from your gutter down spouts? Eavestrough or gutter down spouts can be very annoying when you hear that drip drip...
How to repair Gutter (Eavestrough)

(Video) Shell Busey show you how to repair the corner of a gutter or eaves trough.
(Video) I Need New Gutters

Q: With the rainy winter season approaching we think we plan to install new gutters on our house. We are concerned about leaves and debris as we have several trees on our property. Any suggestions?
Keeping Gutters Debris Free

Chances are, if trees are near by, leaves and pine needles are an ongoing concern with the potential of clogging your gutters. As an alternative, you may want to consider options that are available to control the quantity of leaves and debris entering your gutter or downspout system and reduce the amount of maintenance required.
Icicles Can Mean Poor Insulation

Q: Last winter, we had a number of icicles on our roofline and gutters. Is there something we can do to prevent this before winter returns?
Make Sure You Are Prepared For Winter

Our Canadian winters can be unpredictable and when temperatures dip below freezing, it can cause countless problems for homeowners if you neglect some winter chores. Unfortunately, many homeowners wait until snow hits the ground before they take preventative steps to winterize their home.
Do Not Let Winter Catch You Unprepared

West Coast winters can be unpredictable and when temperatures dip below freezing, it can cause countless problems for homeowners if you neglect some winter chores. Unfortunately, many homeowners wait until snow hits the ground before they take preventative steps to winterize their home.
Painting eavestrough, soffits and fascia

Question from: LarryEdmonton, ABDear Shell,I would like to change the color of my metal eavestrough, soffits, and fascia, it is presently chocolate brown. Can it be painted...
Hand Washing Exterior of Home

Q: My vinyl siding, gutter and windows are in desperate need of a thorough cleaning. I listen to your show every weekend and I have heard you mention not to powerwash vinyl siding. I have a fairly large house and I am wondering how to get it clean and remove the mossy green from the gutters. It's not a job I am looking forward to but we want to sell our home and it is in desperate need of some TLC.
Winter Checklist

Q: We purchased our first home this year. We are thrilled to be homeowners and are busy learning all about owning our own home. We want to be sure that we have everything in order for winter. Can you help us with a checklist of things to do?
Getting Exterior Of Home Ready For Fall

As we head into shorter days and cooler nights, it's an ideal time to do some preventative maintenance to the exterior of your house. It doesn't have to take weeks or months and it doesn't have to cost a fortune. If you take care of the basics you'll save yourself hundreds of dollars in costly repairs for such things as winter damage and heat loss. Most people can do their own work, and it doesn't need to be a back breaking regimen of chores.
Take preventive steps to save costs later on

Now that the Christmas and new year celebrations are over, my guess is we can sit back and see what surprises may pop up. I am not talking about your credit card statement, although I am sure many people would like to forget about that one. What I am thinking about is your biggest investment: Your home.
AskShell.com Podcast - Episode 25

AskShell.com Podcast is a new version of the Home Discovery Radio Show Shell used to do every weekend across Western Canada. In the AskShell.com Podcast, Shell answers YOUR emails, has interviews with guests in the Home Improvement industry and features hard to find, but use-able products.
Eliminate the Problem of Water Getting Behind the Fascia Board

Q: Sometime within the last 4 to 6 weeks I caught part of your response concerning eaves trough installation. We are in the process of building a new cottage and the rain falls between the eaves troughs and where they are attached to the cottage. Could you please advise us about proper installation? Thanks.
Shell BuseyBlog - Ice Damming

Ice dams are the large mass of ice that collects on the lower edge of the roof or in the gutters. As more melting snow (or rain) runs down the roof, it meets this mass of ice and backs up, sometimes under the shingles and into the attic or the house.
Attic Venting, Attic Moisture and Ice Dams

Ice dams are the large mass of ice that collects on the lower edge of the roof or in the gutters. As more melting snow (or rain) runs down the roof, it meets this mass of ice and backs up, sometimes under the shingles and into the attic or the house.
Winterize Your Home

As temperatures dip below freezing, following a few simple steps to protect your home can prevent costly damage and some major inconveniences. Unfortunately, many homeowners wait until snow hits the ground before they take these steps to protect their home.
Checklist For Winterizing Your Home

Clean and cover or store the barbecue and outdoor furniture. Check under the deck for rot and make necessary repairs.