Extreme temperatures, torrential downpours and lightning can all be detrimental to the integrity of your property’s guttering – especially if you haven’t been conducting regular gutter cleaning or routine gutter maintenance. Even if the weather is dry, it doesn’t mean that your gutters are safe from harm. High temperatures can dry out guttering and any debris that has accumulated in them, meaning that when it rains, they’re more likely to leak, flood or overflow. Your gutters play a significant role in protecting your commercial or industrial property. So, if the stormy weather continues, make sure your building is prepared. When storms are forecast, ensuring that your guttering can direct the flow of water away from your property efficiently is vital.