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Ladder Safety at Home or in the Workplace

March is National Ladder Safety Month.  Every day approximately 13,000 workers are injured and over 700 of those are from ladder related injuries*.  Proper ladder safety is important whether you are just hanging holiday lights at home or working on a large construction site.

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Vote for TJM Innovations!

TJM Innovations, the makers of GutterStuff®, is up for a FedEx Small Business Grant, but we need your help!  Click the picture below and vote early and vote often for us between February 19th and April 1st. We thank you for all of your support! Vote Now!

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Prevent Wildfire Home Vulnerabilities

2018 saw devastating fires throughout California.  Homes and lives were lost, but there are some simple steps that can be taken to help protect a home.  Removing of hazardous trees and firewood near the home is a normal first thought of prevention but removing debris from the roof and gutter is just as important.  Debris in gutters is one of the greatest wildfire vulnerabilities for a home.  Pine needles, leaves, and debris are great fuel for embers from a wildfire.  A roof can become easily exposed to a fire from flames that were started by embers in the gutter.  Embers...

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Trimming your trees could save your gutters.

Trimming trees is never a fun activity but depending on the time of year, branches and twigs can damage your roof and gutters. You can easily climb up a ladder or even call the handy man who also cleans out your gutters to cut down longer branches. With your roof, the branches can scratch the shingles and even fully remove them as well. The shingles can either blow away or even fall in to your gutters and clog them. Your gutters are also at risk since the twigs can get lodged in your down spouts and can create a back...

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When do you replace your gutters?

When do you replace your gutters?

Gutters are an important tool for protecting your home against water damage, and they last a long time. Depending on which kind of gutters you purchase, they can remain functional for twenty to fifty years, given the proper maintenance. They should be kept clean, and checked regularly for any problems, but how will you know when it’s time to replace them?

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