In 1999 Ken Parsons started his gutter business in Rockland County. At the time there seemed to be a seamless gutter company on every corner in Dutchess County so he thought he might have more success starting in Rockland County. Starting in Rockland was a good choice for Ken. It helped him get his business off the ground. However, over time the Dutchess County business began to grow and so did Ken’s family. Wanting to spend more time with his family, Ken decided to no longer service Rockland County in an effort to build the company locally.
Ken soon brought on his brother Ryan Parsons in an effort to expand the business once again to the surrounding counties. By 2010 the brothers were servicing Dutchess County, Orange County, Putnam County, Westchester County, Ulster County and ventured into Connecticut where they service Litchfield County and Fairfield County.
The brothers developed a vision to be a company with branches in different states. In 2009, with the help of brother-in-laws Jonathan Mellett and Jeremiah Boles, The Brothers that just do Gutters were able to make that vision a reality. They expanded their business to Virginia and New Jersey. Jonathan services Monmouth County and Ocean County in New Jersey, while Jeremiah services the Lynchburg and Roanoke areas in Virginia.
In 2012 we saw a noticeable increase in requests from the county where it all started: Rockland County. We thought it was the perfect time to add Rockland County back into the areas we service. We also decide to add Yonkers, in Westchester County. Yonkers is a great town that reaches out to us often. With an additional Yonkers license we have already started servicing that area.
We’ve had such an amazing response from our Rockland County and Yonkers residents. They are excited to have us back in the area. With the amount of crews we have, paired with the level of service we offer, we are confident in our ability to provide the same quality of work to our future Rockland County and Yonkers clients that we’ve provided to the Dutchess County for over a decade.