Gutters, Gutter Covers, Leaf Guards, Gutter Protection and Roofing in Mount Adams, Cincinnati, Ohio and surrounding areas.
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Rain Gutter Covers Mount Adams, Ohio
Are you still cleaning your gutters, or paying someone to clean your gutters? STOP, Please. There is a better, smarter more cost-efficient way to keep your home secured and leaf free. The Gutter Magician has the BEST seamless gutter protection available on the market today. It is easy to do business with us as well. We are a local, family owned company with over 18 years of experience. Just give us a call and we will schedule on of our factory trained reps to come by and give you an estimate at your convenience.
Gutters Mount Adams, Ohio
When you are considering new gutters for your home you can count on the professionals at The Gutter Magician. We ARE the factory and there are no middlemen. Our Owner lives locally and there is never any passing of the buck for any issue. When you are the ONLY one responsible, you make sure the job is done right the first time.
Lots to See and do in Fun, Family Oriented Mount Adams, Ohio
Mount Adams is a geographic landmark and residential neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, located directly east of downtown Cincinnati, south of Walnut Hills, south-west of East Walnut Hills, and west of the East End. Fun, Mount Adams is surrounded by one of Cincinnati’s finest parks, Eden park. The park borders the hill on three sides and gives residents a sense of removal from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located within the park is the Krohn Conservatory and one of Cincinnati’s oldest water works projects, now part of the park. Some of the more well-knownMount Adams landmarks include the Cincinnati Art Museum, Playhouse in the Park, Rookwood Pottery, Pilgrim Presbyterian Church, Holy Cross Monastery and the Immaculata Church.
Roofing and Siding in Mount Adams, Ohio
In case you didn’t know, the Gutter Magician is also the premier roofing and siding company in Mount Adams, Ohio and the surrounding Cincinnati area. Most roofing companies do the same on all their roofing projects. They come give you an estimate, bring a large dumpster to put your old roof into, tarp the roof in case it rains, and take about a week to complete the job. Not the Gutter Magician. After our factory trained rep comes by your house, our expert roofing team will install a new Owens Corning roof with SureNail technology in ONE day on your moist important investment, your home. We never use dumpsters which can ruin your yard and or the driveway. We take it with us after the install on that same day. One day installs of roofing is a trademark of our expertise and professionalism in the roofing business and has been for many years. You can count on us to do a great job and install a premium, very high-quality product on your home. Please see our roofing page on our website at www.guttermagiciannky.com for roofing options before our factory rep comes to your home for the estimate. Just look for the Pink Panther logo and click on it to read more for your convenience. Our siding products offered are also the best in the industry and we have several great manufacturers and companies for you to choose from like mastic and Alside.
Lots of history in Mount Adams, Ohio
Mount Adams was originally known as Mount Ida. The namesake was from Ida Martin, a washerwoman who lived in the hollow of an old sycamore tree located on a steep hill. In the early 1800s the steep Mount Adams hillside was largely barren as early settlers had cut down all the trees for timber to construct their homes.In The early days of 1831, Nicholas Longworth, a wealthy attorney, purchased the mansion that is now the Taft Museum of Art and the large lot of land behind including barren Mount Adams. He transformed the hill into a vineyard. Longworth would become the first commercially successful winemaker in the United States, and has been called the “Father of the American Wine Industry.” Later during the 1830s and 1840s Longworth cultivated Catawba grapes, which were used in making his champagne known as Golden Wedding. The wine inspired Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to write the poem “Ode to the Catawba Wine.” Contemporaries reported that Longworth’s wine “transcends the Champagne of France.” The winemaking industry around Cincinnati grew rapidly for several decades until it was virtually destroyed by downy mildew, powdery mildew, and black rot around 1860. The American Civil War created a shortage of manpower needed for vineyard labor, and the death of Longworth in 1863 furthered the end of Cincinnati’s wine industry. Allegedly to increase his property value Longworth donated a portion of the hilltop to the Cincinnati Astronomical Society for an observatory. When the Cincinnati Observatory opened in 1843 it owned the most powerful telescope of its kind. The hill was renamed Mount Adams in honor of President John Quincy Adams, who delivered the observatory’s dedication address. The observatory is still in operation today, though in 1871 it was moved to its current location in Mount Lookout due to excessive smoke from downtown buildings. The old observatory later became the Holy Cross Monastery and Chapel and expanded, but closed in 1977. The monastery is now the corporate headquarters of Towne Properties, a property management company. Although Cincinnati was largely Presbyterian in its early history, Mount Adams was originally a strongly Catholic working-class community composed of the Germans and Irish. The first Protestant church of any denomination to be founded in that neighborhood was Pilgrim Presbyterian Church on Ida Street, near the Ida Street Viaduct. During the American Civil War two artillery emplacements were installed on the hill to help defend the city from the Confederacy. One was installed at Fort View Place and the other near the present location of the Playhouse in the Park. Neither gun was ever fired as a matter of fact.