Gutter Maintenance Whitehaven
Gutter Maintenance Whitehaven is fully insured and has the capabilities to clean, repair and maintain your tenement gutters without the need for scaffolding. Contact us for gutter cleaning as we employ safety harnesses to complete the work faster, more effectively, and far more affordable than other businesses in the region.
If you’re satisfied, we will happily give you a report for you and your Neighbours to review and make decisions on the future of your property.
Why choose Gutter Maintenance Whitehaven?
Looking after your gutters will prolong their life and save your money, Gutter Cleaning Whitehaven will put a gutter maintenance program together for you that will achieve the following:
- Prolongs the life of your gutters
- Stops damage to your brickwork
- Stops damage to your soffits
- Save your money
We also take care of the exterior painting of the Eaves, Soffits, Fascia Boards, Gutters, and Downpipes.
Get in contact with Gutter Maintenance Whitehaven
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 our Gutter Guys are trained, and they have full insurance cover to work on any building.
All of our engineers are just as friendly as they are skilled, just ask if you have any questions regarding the work being carried out and we will be happy to discuss things with you. We always take before and after photos so that we can present these to our clients to prove our services are as reliable as we say they are, when you go with gutter guys you can rest assured that you are being provided with the highest quality services at the cheapest prices.
History of Whitehaven
There is no proof of a Roman colony on the location of the modern town of Whitehaven, despite the fact that there was a Roman fort at Parton, some 1.2 miles (1.9 km) to the north.
In the tenth century, Vikings of Irish and Norse descent inhabited the region. The name of the region, Copeland, which encompasses Whitehaven, denotes that the territory was probably acquired with Irish booty from the Kingdom of Strathclyde.
William de Meschin established St. Bees Priory in 1120 after the Norman invasion. The priory was given a sizable parcel of land that stretched from the Whitehaven coast to the Keekle River and then south down the River Ehen to the sea.