We carry out Gutter cleaning and repair in MOLESEY our gutter cleaning and repair services are comprehensive and thorough providing you with a professional gutter clean or repair at affordable prices and fully guaranteed
Why Choose Mr Gutters ?
• We unblock and clean Gutters throughout MOLESEY
• Competitive fixed Prices & Free Quotes
. State of the art gutter cleaning equipment
• Over 130 5 Star Google Reviews
• All Fully Trained insured and uniformed
Mr Gutters offer a Gutter Cleaning service in MOLESEY Surrey
If you were to leave your gutters left unchecked it can lead to damage to your property
So Ring or message Mr Gutters for Gutter Cleaning and repair needs in MOLESEY today
We are able to clean most types of gutters up to around 45ft
We offer a full gutter system clearance and a check of down pipes to make sure your property in MOLESEY is clear of moss leaves and debris.
Mr Gutters clean, repair and replace are able to clean and repair gutters in MOLESEY and all surrounding areas.
How to get your Gutters Cleaned ?
Mr Gutters your Gutter cleaning and Repair specialists
When left unchecked or neglected your gutters overflowing or leaking can lead to major damage to your commercial or residential property.
Mr Gutters have been able to hone there skills over the past decade and stay ahead of the competition by employing an array Gutter cleaning methods we use High powered Triple suction motor Vacuums to hoover out Gutters up to 40ft High.
Getting to places ladders cant Reach without the need for expensive scaffolding or cherry pickers.
We dont just clear the gutters we also check all downpipes for blockages making sure the rainwater is able to flow freely and clear of leaves , roof moss and debris.
We often dont notice gutter issues until its too late and has caused damp or water ingress in your property , so don't delay.
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How much does it cost to have Gutters Cleaned ?
Many people wonder what the cost is involved when gutter cleaning is required.
we have a range of Gutter clean services that range from internal gutter clearance and exterior gutter wash down.
With this in mind pricing can vary between these services and property size including access to the gutters.
A FREE site visit can be arranged along with a Free quotation
Should i get my Gutters Cleaned ?
Cleaning the gutter is a job that is often forgotten, but it is certainly not unimportant. If your gutters no longer flow correctly or are completely blocked and no water can flow through the gutters at all you can get floods or even leaks.
Therefore, you should clean it well at least once a year to maintain your gutter efficiency.
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Post town:East Molesey
constituency:Esher and Walton
Molesey is a town in Surrey, on the outskirts of the metropolitan conurbation. It is a typical suburban area. There are two distinct areas in the town: West and East Molesey. Molesey lies in the Elmbridge Hundred.
Molesey is separated from its near neighbours by water; the north of the town is on the south bank of the River Thames, with no bridge on this reach but the Hampton Court Bridge is situated at the eastern fringe of the town. To the west of West Molesey are several reservoirs stretching south from the Thames, while to the south lie fields, a gravel pit and yet another reservoir, the Island Barn Reservoir, around which two arms of the River Mole loop. The River Mole's two branches, known as the Mole and the Ember, mark the eastern edge of East Molesey, the two reuniting as they fall into the Thames opposite Hampton Court Palace. Molesey Lock is just above the bridge.
East Molesey retains most that is interesting in Molesey, including The "Crooked" Bell, a public house built in the mid-15th century.
The Rivers Mole and Ember rejoined at East Molesey
The earliest documentary evidence relating to a settlement in Molesey appears on a 7th-century charter; shortly after Erkenwald founded Chertsey Abbey in 666, he secured from Frithuwald King of Surrey (a Mercian underking) a charter endowing the abbey with much of the surrounding land, including Muleseg. Etymologists suggest the town's name is derived from the personal name Mul thus Muleseg is "Mul's Island". Folk etymology has it that Molesey is named after the River Mole, but more recent scholarship suggests rather that the Mole is named after Molesey.
The distinction between East Molesey and West Molesey by such names did not appear until about the year 1200, before when there was only one parish centred around what we now call East Molesey.
East Molesey appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Molesham. It was held partly by John from Richard Fitz Gilbert and partly by Roger d'Abernon. Its assets were: 2 hides and 3 virgates. It had 7 ploughs, 2 oxen, 32 acres of meadow, woodland worth 10 hogs. It rendered £6 15s 0d. West Molesey was held by Odard Balistarius. Its assets were: 1 hide; 1 church, 5 ploughs. It rendered £4.
Molesey was one of the many villages and towns along the Thames valley affected by the flooding of the River Mole in 1968.
The boundary between East and West Molesey is marked by the Molesey Stone, found in the grass outside Molesey Library on Walton Road.
East Molesey Cricket Club was established in 1730 and is the second-oldest extant cricket club in the world.
Molesey Boat Club was established in 1866 and is one of Britain's leading rowing clubs. Several Olympic and World Championship medallists have been members.