“How long should it take for my gutters to be cleaned?” If you want to plan your schedule around having your gutters cleaned and want to be present to observe the cleaning company while still managing to do your errands, here are the possible work timeframes that you can expect:
An average-size home about 2,000 square feet on a roof maintenance program where gutters are cleaned every year should take about 30 to 45 minutes, depending on how dirty they are.
Gutters that haven’t been maintained can take up to an hour or an hour and a half. If it’s a larger home, it can take up to an hour to 2 hours.
If there’s a lot of ladder work, it will take much longer. Since they do have to access the roof to clean the gutters, cleaning companies should take all safety precautions.
Just keep in mind that the more you have your gutters cleaned, the less work it is and the shorter time it will take. So make sure you get your gutters cleaned frequently!