Since 1965, Ned Stevens has set the standard for gutter cleaning services. We provide our customers with a full cleaning and inspection. Our crews receive rigorous training in our state of the art training classroom, as well as in the field under the direct supervision of our skilled Labor Managers. Additionally, dedicated Quality Control Managers work every day to spot check jobs and guarantee that our crews do a great job, every time. It is our hard work and devotion to our customers which has earned us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
A home with a 1,500-square-foot roof sheds 1,000 gallons of water for every inch of falling rain. To prevent water from penetrating your home or damaging the foundation, it is essential that this water is gathered and channeled away from your home. Gutters and leaders serve just that purpose.
However, even a handful of debris prevents your gutters from working!
Gutters that are neglected will carry heavy debris which has accumulated over time, in addition to standing water. That debris and water can weigh as much as 370 pounds, and can damage the angle of the gutter (known as the gutter’s ‘pitch’). If that pitch is lost due to excess weight, standing water can back up into the home or overflow into the home’s foundation, possibly flooding your basement.
All of our work is fully guaranteed and we carry full workers compensation as well as liability insurance. We are insured to do work on ladders at your roofline, which most “fly by night” companies or landscapers are not insured to do. A landscaper is insured to cut your grass—what happens if that same landscaper falls from a ladder and is not properly insured to work at your roofline? The answer is you become their health insurance plan or worse--their retirement fund.
Choose professionals. Choose Ned Stevens.
Aizawa -- Morris Plains, NJ --"The crew showed up within a day or so of my contacting Ned Stevens. They checked and cleaned the gutters and left no mess. If I had not seen that the small amount of debris in the gutter had been removed, I might never have known they were there."