We carry out Gutter cleaning and repair in WEYBRIDGE including St Georges Hill 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
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• We unblock and clean Gutters throughout WEYBRIDGE
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Mr Gutters offer a Gutter Cleaning service in WEYBRIDGE St Georges Hill 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 WEYBRIDGE 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 WEYBRIDGE is clear of moss leaves and debris.
Mr Gutters clean, repair and replace are able to clean and repair gutters in WEYBRIDGE 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 don 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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OTHER SERVICES WE OFFER:
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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.
constituency:Runnymede and Weybridge
Weybridge is a town in Surrey, in the north of the county and bounded to the north by the River Thames at the mouth of the River Wey, from which it takes its name. It is a suburbanised small town in the London commuter belt and in 2008 it was calculated that of the ten most expensive streets in South East England (outside the conurbation), six were in Weybridge.
Weybridge is made up of a number of distinct areas: town centre shopping area, Monument Hill / Queens Road shopping area, St George's Hill, Brooklands and Oatlands Village. The war memorial stands at the top of Monument hill, beside the cricket pitch, though the name Monumnet Hil predates it, referring to the monument to the Duchess of York erected at the bottom of the hill in 1820.
The town is in the Elmbridge Hundred.
Weybridge appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Webrige and Webruge. It was held partly by Chertsey Abbey; partly by an Englishman from the abbey; and partly by Herfrid from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday assets were: 6 hides; 1½ ploughs, 32 acres of meadow, wood worth 9 hogs. It rendered £4.
The Weybridge-Shepperton ferry
The early history of Weybridge was simply as a river crossing. In 1537 it became the location of Oatlands Palace built by Henry VIII, and which was where he married his 5th wife, Catherine Howard. When it was demolished in 1650, bricks from its walls helped to line the then new Wey Navigation canal. Part of the original site of the Palace is now occupied by Oatlands Park Hotel.
St George's Hill was the site of the Diggers' Commune in the 1640s.
At the bottom of Monument Hill, close to the town centre is a monument to the Duchess of York, erected by public subscription in 1820 from the remains of the original Seven Dials Monument that stood in St. Martin's Lane, London until 1773. The Duchess is buried in St. James's Churchyard.
The world's first leisure campsite was set up near Weybridge in 1901 and was part of the early history of the Camping and Caravanning Club.
Weybridge railway station was opened by the London and Southampton Railway in 1838. After the station was opened, development of what was up until then only a village began. Large houses were built on St George's Hill from 1911 by local builder & developer Walter George Tarrant of Byfleet and gradually Weybridge became a town.
Weybridge Heath, showing scrub clearance area
On Weybridge Heath, many rare species of insects (particularly ants), rare birds and insectivorous plant formerly occurred. The heath was allowed to become vastly overgrown in recent years, but recently Surrey Wildlife Trust invoked a scrub clearance plan in an attempt to restore this valuable habitat.
The entomologist, Horace Donisthorpe, visited Weybridge Heath to investigate the ant colony.
In popular culture
The War of the Worlds by H G Wells, Weybridge was the location of a battle in which a Martian fighting machine was destroyed. The title of chapter 12 of the book is: "What I saw of the destruction of Weybridge and Shepperton".
Jeff Wayne's musical version of The War of the Worlds features the battle too, in the track "The Artilleryman and the Fighting Machine".
The cricket green is spreads out at the top of the hill, a perfect village cricket pitch in the midst of the town.
Sports clubs include:
Weybridge Cricket Club
Weybridge Vandals Rugby Club
Elmbridge Canoe Club
Weybridge Bowls Club
Weybridge Rowing Club
Brooklands race circuit
The famous former Brooklands Aerodrome and Motor Circuit is located between Weybridge and Byfleet and is now the location of the Brooklands Museum. The brainchild of Hugh Locke-King, Brooklands was opened on 17 June 1907 and was the first purpose-built motor racing circuit in the world. Its unique kidney-shaped layout was designed by Colonel H C Holden of the Royal Engineers and featured two steep and distinctive banked sections at opposite ends. Soon after it opened, the sheltered private location attracted early aviators and aeroplane designers such as Roe and Sopwith and the centre of the track soon became one of Britain's first aerodromes and later played a major part in aviation worldwide during much of the 20th century, most notably with the British Aerospace, British Aircraft Corporation, Hawker, Sopwith and Vickers aircraft companies.