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After seeing the picture... you got a bargain! Your health is worth more than $140. 


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Sorry if " hosed " seem harsh but I was playing off of "flushing " the down spouts .

My guy will do,your house in Ontario , for in the $60 to $80 range based on the feet of gutters I told him , there are other factors , multiple roofs, walkable  and so,on which is why the range  . He does not charge for distance , he goes to Ontairo , Canandaigua where ever the work,is you just group the jobs by area .

I was a little ticked with the $79 price then all the add ons , they hit Eddie with .

 

Sent him the pic . Here’s text .

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I knew I had forgotten something in the fall clean up/I had my Nephew clean up my yard and never gave the gutters a thought being on crutches and in a cast they will have to wait till spring.

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I had new roof with all new gutters put on this spring. I had them put nice 2 step type gutter guard on too. Wasn't cheap but was told won't have to worry about cleaning them out. I never seen the stuff they used before but all my gutters are clean this year. 

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I cleaned mine with my bare hands when I put the lights up, I cut my index finger and all that filthy muck got in it. It still hurts and I should probably have it looked at. So yes, $160 sounds like a bargain
I don't need to do ours. My in-laws were paying over $50 to do theirs. Last couple seasons they asked me to do it. Took me 20 mins. I'm a big fan of the woven cloth gloves with rubber dip coated palms and fingers. I use them for everything from gutters to loading hay bales at the farm. $20 gets you a giant bag. Just toss them when they get too worn out.

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It still hasnt healed because its on the tip of my index finger and I keep re-opening it


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12 hours ago, dbHunterNY said:

I don't need to do ours. My in-laws were paying over $50 to do theirs. Last couple seasons they asked me to do it. Took me 20 mins. I'm a big fan of the woven cloth gloves with rubber dip coated palms and fingers. I use them for everything from gutters to loading hay bales at the farm. $20 gets you a giant bag. Just toss them when they get too worn out.

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C'mon up and clean my gutters next year . I'll pay you $75 for the job . Bring your own ladder that can reach 22 feet ..........

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5 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

It still hasnt healed because its on the tip of my index finger and I keep re-opening it

bag balm or okeefe's working hands both work good but that's a horrible spot I agree.

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5 hours ago, fasteddie said:

C'mon up and clean my gutters next year . I'll pay you $75 for the job . Bring your own ladder that can reach 22 feet ..........

i'd do it over beer and stories but i'm on the otherside of the state. real hitch is fitting it into my schedule. November until the new year is busy for me with trying to find time hunting myself, work, and QDM co-op stuff.


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On 12/11/2017 at 8:36 AM, fasteddie said:

C'mon up and clean my gutters next year . I'll pay you $75 for the job . Bring your own ladder that can reach 22 feet ..........

Do any of these these gutter cleaning people bring any kind of a liability disclaimer with them?  

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48 minutes ago, landtracdeerhunter said:

Do any of these these gutter cleaning people bring any kind of a liability disclaimer with them?  

Good question. Some kids put a flyer in my mailbox last night for snow shoveling services but Id be afraid to use them due to liability


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