We carry out Gutter cleaning and repair in SUNBURY 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 SUNBURY
• 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 SUNBURY 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 SUNBURY 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 SUNBURY is clear of moss leaves and debris.
Mr Gutters clean, repair and replace are able to clean and repair gutters in SUNBURY 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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The Thames at Sunbury Lock
Sunbury-on-Thames, also known as Sunbury, is a town in Middlesex. It is considered to be part of the part of the London commuter belt. It is lies along the Thames, comfortably 16 miles away from central London, and bordered by Feltham and Hampton. Rev Gilbert White described Sunbury as "One of those pleasant villages lying on the Thames, near Hampton Court, a sound judgment to this day, if allowance is made for the village's rapid expansion with suburbs.
Sunbury is split into two areas, parted by the M3 motorway. Lower Sunbury, colloquially known as Sunbury Village, borders the river Thames and makes up the southern portion of the town. This area is largely residential suburban and includes the majority of Sunbury's schools and open parkland. The northern section is Sunbury Common and houses many of Sunbury's businesses. The M3 and the large roundabout Sunbury Cross divides to the two sections and has a small shopping arcade.
Marking the western border of Sunbury is the Queen Mary Reservoir which was constructed in 1925. This is also home to a sailing club and is regularly used by local schools and youth organisations to teach water sports skills. Lower Sunbury has become increasingly popular with young first time buyers looking to start families. The mixture of Victorian terraces and 1930s semi detached houses in the leafy village offers a favourable and more affordable alternative to London. A conservation area within Sunbury village has been recognised to cover Thames Street and this reflects its historic buildings, numerous pubs, restaurants and a beautiful stretch of Thames river bank leading up to the Church.
Sunbury is a largely suburban town with a number of high-rise office buildings and industrial estates clustered around the M3 motorway and the A308 (Staines Road West) and A316 (Country Way) trunk roads. Sunbury was previously the home of BP's Engineering and Research Centre, located to the north of Sunbury on the site of Meadhurst House, formerly owned by the Cadbury family. The site is now BP's international centre for business and technology and is home to a large number of BP's business units.
The town has been the home to London Irish Rugby Club since 1932 although since 2001 its premiership team has played at the Madejski Stadium in Reading. However hundreds of minis, youngsters and adults turn out for the club each weekend in Sunbury during the rugby season. A few hundred yards east of Sunbury Cross is Kempton Park Racecourse.
Sunbury Court, in Lower Sunbury, is the home of the High Council of the Salvation Army.
Lower Sunbury is the home of the Sunbury Millennium Embroidery.  The embroidery was conceived and designed in the 1990s and completed in 2000. Since July 2006 its permanent home is the purpose built Sunbury Millennium Embroidery Gallery, within the well-tended Walled Garden adjoining Sunbury Park. With the opening of a café within the gallery building, which architecturally resembles a boat, this has rapidly become a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, just across the road from a picturesque stretch of the Thames. The Walled Garden also hosts annual concerts and plays in the summer months.
In July of each year, Lower Sunbury is the start of the colourful traditional ceremony of Swan Upping, where two livery companies carry out marking of the swans on the upper reaches of the River Thames. In August, the traditional Sunbury Amateur Regatta takes place on the stretch of the river around Rivermead Island.
The town is also home to the Millennium Embroidery, a large commissioned artwork that commemorates Sunbury's ascension to the new millennium. It was designed by John Stamp and David Brown to be a large patchwork of Sunbury landmarks, including St Mary's Church, The Admiral Hawke and the river. The finished piece is actually composed of several embroideries, the largest of which measures 9 feet by 3 feet. It took four years to complete and enlisted the help of over 140 volunteers and artists.
Queen Elizabeth II visited the Embroidery in 2001, and a dedicated gallery for it was built in 2006.
Coin from the Sunbury hoard
The earliest evidence of occupation in Sunbury is provided by the discovery of Bronze Age funerary urns dating from the 10th century BC. It is mentioned in the Sunbury Charter in AD 962.
Sunbury is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Suneberie. Its assets were: 7 hides. It had 5 ploughs, meadow for 6 ploughs, cattle pasture. It rendered 6 pounds.
The arrival of Huguenot refugees in the 17th century gave their name to French Street.
The riverside St Mary's Church and the Ferry House nearby are mentioned in the book Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Other literary references include the difficulty of rowing up Sunbury backwater in "Three Men in a Boat" by Jerome K Jerome, and Sunbury Cross under a pall of smoke during "The War of the Worlds" by H G Wells.
Sunbury was once the residence of the famous Admiral Hawke who blockaded Rochefort in 1757 and who in 1758 directed the blockade of Brest for six months.
In 1889 a group of music hall stars met in the Magpie hotel in Lower Sunbury to form the Grand Order of Water Rats. The pub itself was named after the horse that one of the entertainers owned, whilst the Grand Order was named because the Magpie (a trotting pony) had been described as a drowned water rat.
The Three Fishes in Green Street is one of the oldest pubs in Surrey, thought to date back to the 16th Century.