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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.
The community of Pleasant Ridge has a wonderful location and setting nestled conveniently away from the city of Cincinnati but convenient o everything. Just outside of Kenwood and easy access to all of the shopping, retail stores and things to do, all are close by. A quiet residential community,Pleasant Ridge is located in Hamilton County, Ohio, just a few short miles northeast of the City of Cincinnati.
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.
Pleasant Ridge is a quaint gaslight residential neighborhood in Cincinnati Ohio with a small business district occupied largely by longstanding, independent businesses. Consisting of nice shops and unique restaurants. It is one of the most diverse, dispersed and durable communities in the entire region. Pleasant Ridge has a library, a new elementary school (Pleasant Ridge Montessori), and a community center whose municipal swim team has won multiple Cincinnati City Championship meets throughout the years.
In case you didn’t know, the Gutter Magician is also the premier roofing and siding company in Pleasant Ridge and the surrounding Cincinnati area. Most roofing companies do the same on all of 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.
Pleasant Ridge was originally developed at the site of an early crossroads. One road, an old Indian trail, wound between the mouth of the Little Miami River and what is now Reading. Originally called Columbia Road this trail became Ridge Road. The other road, a turnpike, was built by early settlers to Connect Cincinnati to Zanesville and points east. In 1803, when the road was extended from Sharpsburg (Norwood) to Montgomery, it became known as the Montgomery Turnpike. With the arrival of the turnpike, Pleasant Ridge developed some stopping places for travelers, such as Sudler’s Tavern and Auten’s Tavern. The area was originally known as Cross Roads, because of the intersection of the Montgomery Pike and Columbia Road (Ridge). Pleasant Ridge is approximately 9 miles from the center of downtown Cincinnati on the turnpike. The tavern at the corner of what is now Ridge and Montgomery Roads in the center of the neighborhood was called the Nine-Mile House. It’s obscured by a 1920s storefront. Cross the street and you can clearly see the original tin roof that’s nearly 160-years old and perfectly visible is the side of The Old Tavern Nine Mile House, now a cream-colored stucco that runs along Ridge Road.