Once you give your crews a few opportunities to use their Catch-All, setup and teardown becomes a quick and easy process. Here's a rundown:
Step One: Gutter Inserts
Gutter Inserts help protect the gutters from any debris coming down the roof, as well as damage from ladders hitting against the gutters.
Starting at one end of the run, tilt the inserts 90°. Slide it into the gutter and rotate it into position. To make sure that the gutter hangers are positioned between the collection cups, slide the piece left or right to accommodate. Repeat this process for additional gutter inserts with a slight overlap between pieces for the length of the run.
Step Two: Chute Nets
Chute Nets are specifically designed to guide debris and clutter away from the home and onto the ground nets.
Start by laying out the Chute Net on the ground, and beginning at one end, attach the net to the carabiner at the top of the support pole and lean it against the house at about a 60° angle. Working you way along, attach the other poles to the net and lean them against the house also. There are two poles for each side, and one for the middle. The two outer poles should lean away from the center.
Step Three: Ground Nets
The Ground Nets are designed for heavy loads, so make sure to place them over only solid surfaces, like grass or concrete. Focusing on high traffic areas where the majority of debris will collect, lay out the nets at the base of the Chute Nets, with about a one-foot overlap on each side. Now use the Landscape Nets to cover any low impact areas, like gable ends.
Once roof work is complete, clean up will be a snap.
Start by rotating the Gutter Inserts up and out of the gutter, and emptying them onto the Ground Nets.
Next, shake off any debris down off of the Chute Nets down onto the Ground Nets.
Now, using the reinforced handles, fold the debris into the middle of the Ground Net, then carry to your dump trailer.
Voila! There you have it.