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Here are some tips for moss removal from the team at Gutter Maintenance Ramsey. If left, moss itself does not cause damage but can lead to various problems. Some of the potential problems include:
- Blocked Gutters
- Broken Tiles
- Weaken Roof
If you have moss on your roof or gutter, contact the moss removal specialists today.
Gutter Maintenance Ramsey.
The UK’s humid environment can be harmful to roof tiles. Over time, moss, algae, and lichen are more likely to develop on roof tiles. This can then result in issues that could get pricey. You can extend the life of your roof and save money by having it kept in good shape and free of moss. We can effectively and securely remove moss from your roof and gutters, leaving them in great shape.
After removing the moss from your roof, we’ll treat the area to make sure any leftover moss is eliminated and future growth is prevented.
Homes that are well looked after will always retain and increase their value so why not look at the full list of property maintenance services we can deliver? All our Gutter Guys are trained, and they have full insurance cover to work on any building.
About Gutter Maintenance Ramsey
Ramsey is a market town and civil parish in the Cambridgeshire region of England’s Huntingdonshire county. About 9 miles (14 km) north of Huntingdon is the town. The communities of Ramsey Forty Foot, Ramsey Heights, Ramsey Mereside, Ramsey Hollow, and Ramsey St. Mary’s are all part of the Ramsey parish.
Around Ramsey Abbey, a significant Benedictine monastery, the town developed. Ramsey came after Glastonbury and St. Albans in the list of abbots who had precedence in the House of Commons. The Lords de Ramsey, significant landowners in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, have their headquarters in the town manor, which was constructed there using components from the old Abbey. A portion of the town’s secondary school currently resides among the Abbey’s ruins.
The German soldier Josef Jakobs parachuted into the Ramsey region that evening on January 31, 1941, landing close to Dovehouse Farm. Jakobs was unable to leave his landing spot since he shattered his ankle during his fall. the following morning, at 8:30 a.m. To draw attention, Jakobs discharged his handgun into the air. Charles Baldock and Harry Coulson, two local farmers who were passing by and heard the gunfire, discovered Jakobs lying on the ground behind his camouflage parachute. The local Home Guard was called by the farmers, and they were given custody of Jakobs. The German spy was apprehended while donning a flying costume, in possession of counterfeit documents, British money, a radio, and German sausage. Jakobs was executed at the Tower of London’s last execution.