Gutter cleaning is an important, twice-a-year home maintenance ritual. When clogged gutters overflow, they can cause ice dams on the roof, forcing water inside your house. They can also get so heavy that they pull the gutters loose and rot the trim and siding. Even if your gutter doesn’t fill to overflowing, leaving any decaying debris in there is an invitation to carpenter ants and mosquitoes. If you have a lot of trees near your house, you may need to clean your gutters more often.
What Our Clients Say:
I actually found this business through Yelp. I needed my yard thoroughly cleaned out, weeded, and mulched before my upcoming backyard wedding. I’ve been trying to find a “lawn guy” for months but haven’t found anybody who answers email — until now. I got a prompt response, a bid the next day, and we scheduled the work for the week before the wedding. Rich came out and gave a bid for his crew of six to spend a day hand weeding, mowing, and putting down bark dust under a bunch of trees. He also suggested adding gravel around some planter boxes, so we threw that in too. The crew did the job today, and it’s awesome. Rich and crew are friendly and don’t need to be told what to do. They made good calls on what’s a weed versus a flower (which was honestly tough given the overgrowth here). The place looks great, and now we’re considering hiring these guys to do ongoing maintenance.
They did fantastic work cleaning up our front/back yard, trimming down trees and hedges in a short period of time. I had a bit of miscommunication for the dates but it was a minor one, and I would like to ask for their services again. Thanks, Good Green Neighbors!