Gutter Repair Wendover
Gutter Repair Wendover advises cleaning your gutters at least once year before the winter (gutter cleaning and repairs). This can maintain them running normally and avoid future overflow and wet wall issues. Additionally, guttering has a number of additional issues including leaking joints and expired seals. If necessary, we can do any repairs, including seal, join, and section replacements.
You risk experiencing irreparable damage to your guttering, fascia and soffits, or roof structure if your gutters are blocked or contain debris and are not properly maintained. Lack of gutter maintenance can lead to a wide range of other issues, which is why we take this task so seriously. We take digital images for your piece of mind because we make sure that ALL material is removed from your guttering, not just the apparent lump of moss or handful of leaves that are visible from the ground level.
Why go with Gutter Repair Wendover
- No Call Out Charge
- Competitive Prices
- Fast Response
- Friendly and Respectful
- Free Quotes
Get in contact with Gutter Repair Wendover Today
Gutter Repair Wendover take care of your gutters, repair them properly but don’t just take our word for it! We take before and after photographs of each job we attend. We use these images to demonstrate how good our cleaning process is before we leave and more importantly before we ask for any payment. Get in contact by calling 0800 470 3779 or mobile at 07868 809 958.
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.
History of Wendover
The first known documentary reference to Wendover, then known as Wændofron, is in the will of Ælfheah, the ealdorman of Hampshire, and dates from between 965 and 971. Prior to the Norman Conquest, the manor, which at the time measured 24 hides in area, was held by Edward the Confessor. The settlement appears to have been centred some 600 metres (2,000 ft) to the south of the present-day focus of the town, near the current location of the parish church of St Mary. By 1086, the manor of Wendovre was in the hundred of Aylesbury, with William the Conqueror as its tenant in chief.
Up until 1154, the manor was under royal control. Thereafter, it was often transferred between royal and private hands. Although Wendover does not appear to have attained any level of self-government, it was given a market charter in 1214 and had become a borough by 1228. The market was able to serve traffic on the route that runs along the Chilterns between Chinnor and Tring as well as that crosses the Chilterns between London and Aylesbury at around the same time the emphasis migrated north to its current site. Older portions of the town’s current form clearly exhibit elements of mediaeval town design, particularly the existence of long, thin, and rectilinear burgage plots.