About The Area
Gales Ferry is a village located in the town of Ledyard, CT. Situated along the eastern bank of the Thames River, the area is named after the ferry that once traveled along the waterway to Uncasville. The ferry was established in 1740 and owned by Roger Gale from 1759 to 1764. Today the former ferry landing site is home to Yale’s varsity crew boathouse, where the team has trained for the past 100 years for the nation’s oldest intercollegiate sporting event, the annual four mile race against Harvard.
Testimonials From Gales Ferry Residents
Having experienced some other contractors on other projects, it was a pleasure to relax and know that the work was being done correctly and to my satisfaction. I will not hesitate to call you again for my next project.
– Joseph M., Gales Ferry, CT
When I first saw the installed Gutter Guard, I was skeptical of how much water it would pull in. Several thunderstorms later, I’m very impressed how well it works!
– Scott L., Gales Ferry, CT
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