Gutter Repair Easton
Gutter Repair Easton, unlike some other Easton guttering companies, our knowledge of all the diverse types of properties found in the city not only helps us understand how to best assist you, but we are also happy to pass this knowledge on to help you save money. We do this through building a Planned Maintenance Program that gives you guidance on how to maintain your property’s value and keep your repair costs to a minimum. So, what makes Gutter Guys unique? Leading guttering engineers in the United Kingdom provide engineers to contact within hours. Give us a call on 0800 470 3779 or mobile at 07868 809 958.
Why Gutter Repair Easton?
By selecting us for your guttering needs, Gutter Repair Easton will be able to address the issues before they worsen. Even better, our engineers will assist you in developing a maintenance program that will save you money while also extending the life of your property. If you are worried about the price of the work, then rest assured. We offer the most competitive pricing in the area, we can also have one of our engineers out to your property to estimate the price of the work all free of charge. If you aren’t happy with the figure, then we can simply leave you to get on with your day with no questions asked! We take care of your gutters and properly fix them, but don’t take our word for it! Each job we complete includes before and after photos. Before we leave and, more crucially, before we ask for money, we use these photographs to demonstrate how thorough our cleaning process is.
History of Easton
Easton was located in the Barton Regis manor during the mediaeval era, inside the Royal Forest of Kingswood. The Anglo-Saxon word East Tun, which means “East Farm,” is most likely where the name Easton originates. The oldest known mention to Easton is found in Chester and Master’s 1610 Map of Kingswood, which shows three settlements: Baptist Mills on the east side of the River Frome, Lower Easton, which was focused on St Marks Road, and Upper Easton, which was located on Easton Road.
The region grew more industrialised throughout the post-medieval era as large-scale coal, clay, and sand extraction took place everywhere. The majority of Easton was built out for houses in the 19th century.