home repairs

Professional vs DIY External Home Repairs: Whist is best?

By ProClean Blog | March 5, 2020

When things need patching up or fixing at home it can sometimes be tough deciding whether you should tackle the job yourself or call in some help for professional home repairs. Well, here are a few things to consider when weighing up which tasks are DIY home repairs and when you should just kick back, relax and leave…


Top Ten Most Common Roof Problems and What to do About Them

By ProClean Blog | March 2, 2020

Your roof acts as vital protection for your home from the outside elements. Whether it be wind, rain, animals or insects, it’s important to ensure your roof is maintained and in good condition to stop anything that shouldn’t be inside from getting in. There are many common roof problems that occur, so we’ve shortlisted these with…


Removing Mould Growth in Wooden Soffits

By ProClean Blog | February 27, 2020

The wooden soffits on our homes serve multiple functions. Not only do they add to the overall structure and appearance of your home, they also protect your attic from the rain, help to regulate ventilation in your attic space and prevent birds, bats, rodents and insects entering. However, if you suspect mould growth on your wooden soffits,…

Find a Gutter Cleaning Company for My Business

By ProClean Blog | February 24, 2020

We know that finding a reputable gutter cleaning company for your business can be difficult. The internet is amazing, but when I just typed ‘commercial gutter cleaning’ into google, 22.5 million results came up! You may be lucky enough know a small or local business gutter cleaner, but in case you don’t we have some tips and tricks to narrow it…

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Ladder Safety for Roof and Gutter Repairs

By ProClean Blog | February 21, 2020

Roof and gutter repairs are usually carried out at height. Subsequently, you may need to use a high ladder, meaning there’s some risk involved. We want to help keep you safe so have created this guide to make sure you don’t come tumbling down whilst giving your gutter a spring clean!  How long will you be…

Can I Safely Remove Ivy From My Property?

By ProClean Blog | February 17, 2020

Picture your dream home, draped in a curtain of ivy from top to bottom, placed in the rolling hills of the beautiful British countryside. All is well, until you decide you no longer want your home covered in Ivy, whether that be for cosmetic or structural reasons! Ivy can be pretty aggressive, and this is made very clear if…

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Cleaning Your Fascia and Soffits

By ProClean Blog | February 13, 2020

Do your fascia and soffits need a clean? New homes bring new beginnings. There’s always excitement and lots of joy! But it’s impossible to ignore the stress and pressure that comes when you’ve got to sell your current home before fleeing for bigger and brighter things. You always want to have your best foot forward…

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The Benefits Of Moss Removal

By ProClean Blog | February 10, 2020

It’s important to keep your roof moss free to ensure it can function as it’s meant too- to protect your home from the outside elements. Tiles ridden with moss can prevent much needed water drainage. This will ultimately lead to frozen and damaged tiles. Here’s how you can get your moss roof removal sorted. Why…

Home Repairs: Professional vs DIY

By ProClean Blog | February 8, 2020

When things need patching up or fixing at home it can be tough. Especially when deciding whether you should DIY or call in some help for professional home repairs. Well, here are a few things to consider when weighing up which tasks are DIY home repairs and when you should just kick back, relax and…

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Leaking Gutter- What To Do?

By ProClean People | January 30, 2020

A leaking gutter can cause serious damage to your home. When a gutter leak’s, water builds up, overflows and can cause mould and mildew to develop, consequently causing structural damage. This may sound a little dramatic, but it really is important to repair guttering as soon as you notice it to prevent a small leak…