WindowPayne explains the importance of gutter clearance

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It is a golden rule in business to be part of a growing sector, and with the window cleaning market forecast to be worth £920m by the end of 2023, there has never been a better time to get involved in this Covid proof market.

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The rapidly growing window cleaning franchise recently shared some vital information on social media about the crucial role that a clear gutter plays in the correct functioning of a household.

WindowPayne aims to become a household name in domestic window and gutter cleaning, and in 2021, the franchise is well on its way. Recently, WindowPayne shared an explanation of the ins and outs of gutter clearance on Facebook. According to the window cleaning franchise, the cause of a blocked gutter “can be a combination of fallen leaves, moss, twigs and other debris”, built up over time.

Leaves, in particular, are the biggest issue. WindowPayne explained, “Leaves get blown onto the roof and travel down into your gutters. When wet during the winter, leaves can stick to gutter walls and floors, and the flow of rainwater becomes lodged in corners and downpipes. Over time, leaves will break down, turning into a fertile compost, the perfect breeding ground for seeds, moss, and weeds that have been blown onto the roof or dropped by birds. If left unchecked, these invasive weeds can overtake your guttering and downpipes, blocking the natural flow of water, leading to rainwater build-up, and possible overflow.”

With all this in mind, WindowPayne reminded its customers that it’s absolutely “critical that gutters are in good health for the winter, to ensure water is free-flowing to prevent damage by snow and ice build-up”. Essentially, “having your gutter cleared in the winter” is essential if you want to “protect your home”, and it’s something that WindowPayne is well equipped to help with alongside its range of window cleaning services.

If you’d like to invest with the franchise that’s always informing and supporting its customers, you can become a WindowPayne franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £10,495. After two years in business as a franchisee, your revenue is expected to reach an impressive £90,000. Find out more about franchising with WindowPayne via its profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.

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