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School is out and warmer days are here. Summer is always an exciting season to take a break and enjoy a nice vacation with your loved ones. Before you start packing your bags, however, it pays to keep up with some seasonal maintenance so you don’t come home to a disaster.

Let our experts at Chattahoochee Gutter Co., Inc. walk you through a few maintenance essentials that will keep your home safe and secure while you’re out enjoying the sun.

Mind Your Air Conditioners

Hot summer days signal the start of prolonged air conditioner use. Have a professional check your system before the season begins to make sure that everything is in excellent condition. This not only guarantees that your AC runs reliably to keep your home cool throughout the summer months but it could also add a few years to your system’s service life.

Clear Your Gutters

To paraphrase the old saying, April showers bring May flowers–and clogged gutters, and mosquitoes and a whole list of other disasters. Before you head out to your favorite vacation spot, have our contractors professionally clean your gutters for you to ensure that the occasional summer rain shower doesn’t lead to bigger water-related problems when you return.

Make Your Windows Shine

Fill a spray bottle with some window cleaning solution and spray the glass surfaces of your windows and doors. If you don’t have a cleaning solution, you can also use liquid detergent diluted in water as a cheap substitute. Wipe the units down with a squeegee or a newspaper for a really clear sparkle. Alternatively, you can also invest in a few microfiber cloths designed to leave glass panes shiny.

This summer, protect your gutters with Gutter Helmet®, the number one trusted gutter protection system. Call our experts at Chattahoochee Gutter Co., Inc. at (866) 882-5641 or fill out our online contact form to get a free quote today. We serve homeowners in Salem, Alabama, as well as all neighboring areas.