Gardens, Gutters and Snow Clearance

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SHOVELING SNOW FROM SIDEWALKS

For many homeowners, shoveling snow ranks right up there with other dreaded domestic activities such as clearing clogged drains,  weeding the lawn and cleaning dead, wet leaves out of rain gutters. The difference, however, is that at least the drains, grass and gutters are theirs. The sidewalk, on the other hand, usually belongs to the city.


The city is responsible for the condition of the public streets and sidewalks which includes responsibility for removing snow from public sidewalks.  However, individual land owners are responsible for clearing the snow from sidewalks abutting their property so if you have a public sidewalk outside your property, make sure you clear the snow while clearing your driveway.


Most gardeners can be used in the winter months to help with snow removal. 



GARDENS AND GUTTERS

Gutters need cleaning several times a year as they fill up with leaves from the many trees in the area.  Note that the use of leaf blowers (both gas and electric) is prohibited between May 1st and September 30th.  

 

 

 

A & G LANDSCAPING Abraham (914) 381-2487

ABRAHAM (914) 469-5708

ALBERTO OROZCO (914) 227-1897

CWM HORTICULTURAL SERVICES (914) 834-7508

JOHN PARISI (914) 698-4697

PETER BARCIA (914) 939-5634 - Gutter cleaning, snow plowing.

PETER CILENTRO (914) 682-1421

PETER NAVARRA LANDSCAPING (including tree removal)

RESIDENTIAL WATER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS (914) 557-7005 (cell) / (845) 724-3782 (home)

RICARDO ACEVEDO (914) 967-4839 / (914) 403-3150

ROBERT GRAINGER (914) 557-7005 (for sprinkler systems)

SOUND SHORE LANDSCAPING (914) 632-8932

STANLEY (845) 628-0221 / (914) 261-4160 (cell)

TREE SERVICE (914) 260-0447

VILLA LANDSCAPING (914) 935-3974