Expert Gutter Cleaning in New York

Headquarters

Ned Stevens Gutter Cleaning
11 Stone Hill Road,
Stony Point, NY 10980
Service Hours

Open 7 days a week
Mon thru Thu: 6AM - 8PM
Fri and Sat: 6AM - 5PM
Sunday: 8AM - 4PM

Some of the many towns we service:

Areas and counties served:

  • Orange
  • Rockland
  • Westchester
Like most northern states, New York encounters some of the coolest weather in the country. Each season brings changing climate, and extra steps are needed for protecting your home against Mother Nature. Luckily, Ned Stevens is here to help turn those extra steps into one easy appointment.

About Us

Since 1965, Ned Stevens has been providing gutter cleaning service to homeowners across the nation. We have set the standard for the gutter cleaning industry and continue to provide customers with full cleaning and inspection upon every visit to homes.

Maintaining your gutters properly is one of the most important things you can do to sustain your home’s value and beauty. Located in New York and 10 other states, we offer all of the essential pieces of proper gutter maintenance to keep your home safe.

Our Guarantee

We believe in providing the best service possible to our customers across the nation. Because of that belief, all of our work is fully guaranteed. Due to the dangerous nature of our work, we carry full workers’ compensation as well as liability insurance. After all, our guys and gals are on ladders every day. We want to keep them protected and serving our New York communities year-round.

New York

The Food

Between donuts, chicken, hometown brews and pizza, New York State offers some of the best grub around – not to mention those amazing food carts in Manhattan.

It may be due to their ground-breaking renditions of the sweet treat or their never-ending supply, but locals will fight you to the death when you try to debate the true home for this powdery dough. Donuts are a favorite for New Yorkers, and it seems like the best place to try one is in a little place called Brooklyn at a shop called Dough.

Chicken is another favorite past time for both city dwellers and upstate residents. People travel from near and far just for a taste of Lupo's infamous spiedie, Utica’s chicken riggies and wings from Anchorbar.

After you try the hottest of the hot wings in Buffalo, you’ll need something to wash it down. Good thing Genesee is only an hour away. Featuring the iconic “Genny Light” this local brewing company now has 11 different beers to choose from and remains as one of the best things about Rochester.

Why stop there? It’s no secret that fighting for the title of best pizza in the country has introduced one of the biggest rivalries between the Melting Pot and its Chicago counterpart. That being said, it’s clear that this city has something worth backing up. Time Out New York ranked Di Fara Pizza the best in NYC, while The Huffington Post considered Juliana's Pizza the one that dominates in this state.

The Festivals

Aside from the holiday festivities the city offers, like the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Dick Clark's New Year's Rocking Eve, the rest of the state gives visitors and locals some great weekend entertainment.

The Great New York State Fair has been an annual tradition for both seasoned vets and newcomers. In fact, it estimated 122,870 attendants in 2014, and it’s easy to see why. For ten days at the end of the summer, you can enjoy carnival rides, family games, good food and the best musical entertainment Syracuse has to offer.

If you feel like dancing, try one of the many music festivals located throughout Upstate. Everything from country music to jazz is available for the most avid concert goers. The Mountain Jam, Mysteryland, Peakfest, Saratoga Jazz Festival, NYS Clues Festival and Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Festival are packed into the warmest months of the year, so the only thing standing between you and the best front row experience you’ve ever had is the giant crowd.

The Landmarks

NYC is the mecca of landmarks. Acting as the most visited city in the U.S., you can find the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building all within the lively streets of the concrete jungle. Add the Musuem of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Bridge to your to-do list, and your week will be packed full of cab hailing and picture taking (because that’s part of the experience too).

You don’t have to travel into the city to witness history. The Upper New York Bay plays host to what was the busiest station for immigrant inspection in the late 1800’s. Ellis Island is still a major attraction and Landmark for natives and tourists. It’s now a part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument and provides all the resources for an engaging visit.

The Great Outdoors

Whether you’re hiking, swimming or just craving nature, the Adirondacks is the right place for you. You can set up camp after a long day of skiing or plan a quick trip out on the boat. Locals claim this as a favorite destination year round (right before Watkins Glen State Park).

Two of the Great Lakes (Erie and Ontario) grace this state, offering up some great vacation spots. Islands and beaches inspire water activities and family fun, especially during the spring and summer. The surrounding towns come equipped with their own amusements to make sure visitors are well occupied. Places like country clubs, water parks and race tracks encompass lake life just to make sure you get the most out of every stay.

The Attractions

We’re all familiar with the major attractions The Big Apple brings to the table, but what about Upstate?

For starters, Heart Island, in Alexandria Bay, is the resting place of Boldt Castle, George C. Boldt’s 1000+ year old unfinished mansion and Yacht House. The history is a sad one, but the architecture is still something to marvel. Visitors are encouraged to make a day of touring the grounds and partly restored home or even planning a family picnic when weather permits.

Speaking of marvels, driving 300 miles west will put you right in the middle of the American side of Niagara Falls. Established in 1885, Niagara Falls is the oldest state park in the country and serves up some pretty spectacular views. More than 12 million people find a way to visit each year, which makes it the world’s 5th most visited attraction.

The Character

From Wegman's and stoop parties to bright lights and the big city, this northern metropolis supports its reputation as one of the most exciting states in the country. And New York natives seem to all agree, whether you’re upstate or downtown, it’s just the place to be.

Questions

As our number one goal, we want our customers in the Empire State, as well as the customers nationwide, to be fully satisfied with our work. Our goal is to offer the best service in the industry, and you will always reach a knowledgeable member of our staff when you contact us for service or with a question. If you have any questions about our services, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our fully trained team members at our closest local office to you.