It’s not overpowering but it’s definitely there. An unpleasant aroma that must be coming from somewhere. You probably look around the ground nearby to see if a dead animal might be the cause.
Often, though, it’s better to look up rather than down. The source of such smells can frequently be stagnant water trapped in your guttering. This water can then prove to be a breeding ground for algae or moss.
This water festers because your gutters have become blocked with leaves, twigs, other garden detritus, and even deceased small animals. Once such blockages have been professionally dealt with, the smell will disappear.
To resolve this issue, contact Alpine Gutters and Downspouts. We have more than four decades of experience in gutter cleaning and repairs and offer our services across the entire Metro Denver area.