Gutter Maintenance Olney
Why choose Gutter Maintenance Olney
Profession Gutter Maintenance Olney services. All our equipment conforms to the latest regulations and our equipment is suitable for flats, hotels and industrial units, as well as houses. Lots of our happy customers have left us glowing reviews of the service we have been able to offer over the years, so please feel free to take a look at what people have had to say about us.
We use only the best quality materials when we work on your guttering systems. We clean your gutters by hand – we don’t use hoovers or vac systems like some companies do. This way, you know that you are getting a personalised service, and we take the greatest of care with your gutters to ensure that the best job possible is done.
As well as cleaning gutters, we replace guttering as well as fascias and soffits. We make sure that we remove existing timber and we never clad over, so you can be assured of the best service around.
Homes that are well looked after will always retain and increase their value so why not take a look at the full list of property maintenance services we can deliver. All of our Gutter Guys are trained and they have full insurance cover to work on any building.
About Gutter Maintenance Olney
Market town and civil parish Olney is located in the City of Milton Keynes unitary authority region of Buckinghamshire, England. It has a population of 6,477 as per the 2011 Census. It is the northernmost town in Buckinghamshire and is situated along the River Great Ouse. It is also equidistant from Northampton, Bedford, Wellingborough, and Central Milton Keynes. It is also the closest town to the boundaries of Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. The closest passenger rail service is at Wolverton, which is around 8 miles (13 km) away. Milton Keynes Central and Bedford railway stations are both about 12 miles (19 km) away. It is accessible from the M1 at Junction 14 (about 7 miles; 11 km).
The park created in 1374 by Ralph, Third Baron Bassett of Sapcote in Leicester gave its name to the hamlet of Olney Park Farm, which is located north of the town of Olney. It was given civil parish status in 1861 but was later included in an expanded Olney civil parish in 1931.
2,362 people were counted in the population in 1841. Stratford-upon-Avon and Midland Junction Railway and the Bedford-Northampton route both once served Olney, but passenger service was discontinued in 1962.