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Preserving the Beauty of Your Home

Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in the world. Witnessing leaves falling from the trees is like seeing endings but knowing that a new beginning is about to start. For homeowners, the fall season may not be their favorite. This is because in this season, with...

Myths of Seamless Gutters Exposed

Seamless gutters are practically a part of the American dream. Almost seventy percent of American homes have these installed, as the traditional, sectional systems are slowing fading out of style and the seamless systems minimize the likelihood of leaks have a more...

Gutter Cleaning Myths

Most residential and commercial properties have some form of rainwater collection runoff system. This is common to keep water from pooling on the roof or on other areas of the site where it may not be desirable. Homes without proper rainwater drainage systems run the...

Gutter Guard Myths

There are many common myths about the infamous gutter guards. In order prepare consumers with the knowledge they need to properly serve their gutters, Woodstock Gutter Cleaning Pros is debunking common myths about these devices. These guards require getting entirely...

Commercial Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting has become increasingly more common in residential properties. As more homeowners are seeing the benefits of reusing their captured rainwater, commercial properties are looking to do the same as well. If the commercial building has a roof with a...

Cistern Vs Rain Barrel

With the world population growing exponentially, we should all be doing our best to take advantage of the water resources we currently have available. Using a cistern or a rain barrel to collect rain and runoff water can not only lower your water bill, but it can also...

Why You should care about rainwater harvesting

Very literally, rainwater harvesting is the process of gathering and processing rainwater for later usage (usually from the roof of a house or building). Rainwater collection solutions vary from the most simple -a rain barrel mounted under the downspout of the gutters...

Water Systems of the Medieval Times

Many people have a misconception that there were no water systems available during the Medieval time period. This, however, is not entirely true. While the people of the Medieval times are not known for having the most advanced sanitary systems, they did have other...

Early Rain Water Systems Still in Use Today

Aqua Virgo dates back to 19 BC, it means “Virgin Water”, and is the last working aqueduct built during the Roman Empire. In the last 2 millennia, the aqueduct, commissioned by Agrippa, the right-hand man of Augusto, has never stopped bringing water to Roman citizens,...

Gutter Talk- Terms to know when talking about rain water solutions:

Just like your windows, siding and doors, gutters have their own variety of connecting parts that make them function properly. It’s important to know all of your system’s parts and terms so if anything goes wrong or you just need to do some simple maintenance, you...