Ned Stevens Special Winter Savings!

by Feb, 17 2015 |
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This past February 2nd our beloved furry friend, Punxsutawney Phil the groundhog, predicted what we all have been fearing – an additional 6 more weeks of winter! If it’s anything like 2014’s polar vortex, expect more snow and ice accumulation on the way.

Even if you are a snow lover, it’s important to understand the risks associated with increased snowfall on a home’s roof. Problems arise when snow melt builds around your gutters, causing dangerous ice dams to form. At Ned Stevens, we know that a gutter system, if not properly maintained, can become compromised, which can lead to expensive home repairs! However, there’s one thing this year that will make winter home maintenance a bit more manageable (and less expensive).

Now through March 8th, 2015, we are offering Special Winter Savings on our gutter installation services! Give us a call at (800) 542-0267 and our expert service representatives will be more than happy to make these last few weeks of winter more bearable!

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Want to learn more about our gutter protection program? Make sure to ask for more information! You can also read more here.

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