Atlanta's Best Gutter Cleaners is the choice for quality professional gutter cleaning in Atlanta.
We are a premiere Atlanta Gutter Cleaning service providing many gutter and roof services, in addition to our popular basic Atlanta gutter cleaning.
We pride ourselves on being completely legal, honest, and on-the-level. We consider ourselves advocates of fairness and responsibility.
All of our crews are CertainTeed certified Master Shingle Applicators, trained extensively.. in all manner of roof work. This enables our crews to use some of the most advanced gutter cleaning methods available to us.
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We bought our house 7 months ago and the previous owners installed gutter guards in 2013. The company honored their 5 year no clog guarantee from the previous owners and came out to service a clog. A shingle was damaged in the process and they came back and repaired it when it was brought to their attention with no qualms.
Posted: 5/19/2015 • Link to this review
After the roof guy told me I had a "ton of leaves" on my roof I called Atlanta's Best Gutter Cleaners to blow them all away. Nicko and Justin showed up on time and got to work right way and got all the leaves off and cleaned around the covered gutters. But the best part was that they did a wonderful job cleaning up after themselves. Great work guys! Thanks.
Posted: 7/22/2014 • Link to this review
Had them come out and clean the gutters and they did an awesome job. I then had them check about a leak in the roof and they found a hole that needed repaired. The guy did not have the right materials to fix it so he said he would put in the order to come back out and not charge the service fee again. He never came back. My husband sent an email that was never answered. This was a year ago. Just had another guy come out and look at the leaks and he took pictures and showed us that there is no hole in the roof!
Posted: 4/28/2014 • Last edited: 3/07/2016 • Link to this review
Two things either are at play in this case: (1) Something did slip through the cracks, and the email the customer sent never made it to us. I tried searching for any email that would match the parameters of that Horselover01 is detailing, but I found no email from 8-16 months ago that matched. Unfortunately, with having 60,000 customers, it's hard to remember every detail of every service of each one. So it's possible the crew leader told the customer we would come back, forgot to tell the office, and it just got lost. This is usually fixed very quickly when the customer picks up a phone, dials our number, and calls us and ask "Just checking on when my hole is going to be patched." It takes 20 seconds and uses up 10 calories of energy. If you had a hole in your roof, and you wanted it patched, and you hadn't heard anything or gotten a quick response to an email, and we do respond to emails quickly, it's what ANYONE would do. Because Horselover01 didn't do this, I'm afraid that ... (2) this is a fake review. If I'm expecting pizza in 30 minutes, and it's 15 minutes late, I call to find out where it is. If I have a hole in the roof, and I'm expecting someone to come back in a week and fix, I pick up a phone a call. Emails are a great communication device, but they are not as reliable as phone calls. Emails do get lose, get spammed. Someone may type the email address with one letter off, and the email goes nowhere, or to a competitor who bought a similar domain name to catch such info. ANYONE, ANY SINGLE INDIVIDUAL PERSON who was in the situation who only even half cared if their roof was fixed would pick up a phone and call to check on the status. You call, you get a live person to look up your info immediately. You email, even if it does go through, which it's supposed to do, you don't when when it will be read. If the situation is 1 then I'm sorry for whatever missed steps we had, but if I didn't get an email back after a day, then a phone call would have cleared up everything. If it's 2, then I feel this is just a competitor posting a fake review. UPDATE: With the update of this review after two years out of nowhere for no reason, when we just had a recent run in with a unprofessional competitor last week, and the only positive review this person has ever left was for a competitor they claimed to use before us, we are now pretty certain this is a competitor and the situation never occurred.
Was at home this time (of the 3 times I have used this company) and was able to watch as they cleaned the gutters. Very impressive. Received a $30 discount in mail for this service. Called day prior to confirm, gave time of 11am-2pm. Casey called at 12:30 and said they would be there in 15 min. Cleaned gutters, blew debris off of lawn and deck, and were finished in about 25 min. I highly recommend this company. Kudos to the owners for hiring quality people like Casey and his partner.
Posted: 2/08/2013 • Link to this review
They called ahead, came on time, and did a great job. Very professional, explained everything that they were going to do, and said goodbye when they were done. I especially like that they didn't try to sell us extra services. I think that's the first time that's happened!
Posted: 11/19/2012 • Link to this review
After checking out many gutter companies Atlanta's Best had competitive rates, friendly staff, and service was great. I had my gutters cleaned and when I arrived home, I could hardly even tell they were there because they cleaned up all the debris. I would recommend them to anyone who needs gutter service. They have high ratings on other review sites as well.
Posted: 8/21/2012 • Last edited: 9/06/2012 • Link to this review
Scheduling an appointment went smoothly. The company called to confirm and arrived during the window promised. The service itself was excellent. They even cleared off my sidewalk and driveway. Everything was left clean. When the service was done, the tech told me about a cracked vent boot and warned me of the danger of water leaking into my house. He told me that he could give me a discounted price ($100) if I had him replace it while he was here. I agreed, and he was back in 5 minutes with the cracked unit and a photo of the replacement. What concerned me was the fact that the crack he identified was only about 3/8" long, which was a lot less severe than he had represented it. If I had known that the issue was so minor, I would most likely have waited on the repair, so the experience left me feeling somewhat taken advantage of. Other than that I feel that the service level was above and beyond my expectations.
Posted: 11/19/2011 • Link to this review
Thank you for the compliment, and I'm sorry you had concerns about the upsell. I think the issue here, as I read the review, isn't necessarily about this specific repair, but and overall clash in how you see repairs and how we see them. Personally, my home is my most valued investment and asset, and when anything is in ill repair, I take care of it immediately. For many of our customers, there is no such thing as a less severe leak. A leak is a leak. When a dentist says you have a mild cavity, it is a cavity none the less. You can get it filled, or wait. Waiting leads to a bigger cavity, or possible root canal. Similarly, once a boot cracks, give or take a year for it to go wide open. The damage comes from the weather, which no one has control over. You could have waited a year, but the speed to which the crack expands depends on how much the weather changes (every time your roof goes below and above 32%, the crack freeze and thaws, causing it to spread). if you wait a year and it doesn't rain, you're fine. If it rains, you're. We recommend repairs to save you money. If our goal was making money, we would let the crack stay and obtain substation water damage (the last repair we did related to a cracked boot that wasn't replaced was $1400 in wood and shingle replacement). The other thing to think about is that you have multiple boots. A company of less ethics would push and say to change them all, since they'll all need it at some point (and they will). We just recommend the minimum. There is no proper repair for a boot but replacement, no seal that will keep the crack from spreading without causing leaks. Even if you did wait a year, and it didn't rain, the only option still would be replacement. The average pro roofing company charges a minimum trip charge between $200-$300 to come out and do anything (we can provide a list of fully-insured roofers you can call and verify this with). The price we charged was discounted and competitively priced, it was needed, and whether it was done now or 10 years from now, replacing is the only fix. To purposely leave a cracked boot on your roof is gambling with your home against mother nature, a force we can't control or predict. The bottom line is a simple difference in philosophy. You feel, given the crack you saw, that you would have waited for the repair. When we see a repair issue that will lead to more damage to your home, we recommend the repair. When a doctor tells someone they have a gluten allergy, and the person asks if they can just eat a little bread, the doctor can't concede with the gamble. The doctor has to say, no, and tell the patient the hard, direct trust. Ethically, we can't even tell you that you could go another year because it would be us, a service company, gambling with your home. To do so would be counted in the highest of unethical behavior. I hope I helped address your concern. call us with any questions or concerns. Thank you.
Used the Kudzu deal to have them clean the gutters on our house whuch has some steep pitches so I thought the proice was really good. Easily booked online and they quickly confirmed date and time to come out. Showed up on time, professional and cleaned out the gutters and removed the debris. Asked Brian for a quote on gutter covers and they came in pretty competitive so I used them for that too. They came back the next week, installed the covers and resecured some loose gutters with 7" screws to insure they were mounted securely to the house. I would definitely recommend them and plan to call them back to clean the gutters which, now thanks to the covers, won't need it for awhile.
Posted: 8/10/2011 • Link to this review
While scheduling the appointment was no problem, two young guys showed up to clean the roof and gutters with nothing but leaf blowers. One of these gentleman wore his pants half off of his butt, very professional. They did nothing more to clean than to run the leaf blowers over everything which made a large mess that they left. All except for what they blew directly into the pool when they came into the backyard. They knew they did it because they then proceeded to try and blow all of the dirt to the shallow end of the pool with the blowers. Nice. After they were done, I climbed the latter to inspect the gutters and while the leaves may have been blown out, they were not what you would call clean.
Posted: 7/14/2011 • Last edited: 8/16/2011 • Link to this review
While I am sorry that you are unhappy with the service, honestly, with all respect, it sounds like you had not idea what the service involves. As it says on our website and shows on our videos, all they use to clean the gutters is blowers. This should not be a surprise. I'm sorry if stuff blew into your pool, but this is the reason we ask people to cover the pool before we come. Every customer receives an email with their date, and in the email, we ask you to cover the pool if it is close to the house and if you are concerned about debris getting it. It sounded like they tried to help the issue, but that sort of cleanup isn't even part of the service. The purpose of the cleaning is to get the debris out of the gutters so the water will flow properly, not wipe the inside clean so that it could be eaten off of. The cost of having someone cleaning every speck of dirt out so it was brand new, for the time it would take to go up and down wiping with a rag and spraying with cleaner, and the heavy insurance cost because it would have to be done from a ladder, you are talking several hundred dollars, possible up to 1,000 depending on how large your house is and how pristine you want your gutters to be. Us, like every other gutter cleaner in the city, we clean the debris out by air blowers because water would make a larger, dirtier mess, and we clean it so it'll function properly, like a sceptic tank service. You wouldn't begrudge a septic service if the lining of your tank was still grimy, as long as it was empty. Gutters is the same thing. It just seems like despite our videos and descriptions on our website and in our email, you had no idea about what the service entailed, and therefore were disappointed. I don't think a two star review for this is fair.
This is not your average gutter-cleaning service. When you call, someone answers the phone. When you make an appointment, you get a follow-up email confirming it. And on the day of service, the team storms in like a hurricane (in a good way!), showing up on time and ready to work quickly. This company does everything the right way.
Posted: 6/28/2011 • Link to this review