Gutter cleaning in Worsbrough and all surrounding villages



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Your gutters have an important role to play in keeping your house safe from water damage.

Clean gutters funnel water off your roof and safely into your drainage. This keeps the water away from your house’s foundation, preventing high-cost, high-hassle damage from occurring over time. Dearne exterior cleaning make it easy to ensure that this important task is done right.

Before After

Let Dearne Exterior Cleaning take care of it for you! 

Our friendly uniformed technicians can handle all of your gutter clearing needs safely and efficiently from the ground using the Skyvac industrial 85 vacuum.

With our state-of-the-art equipment and professional training, our friendly, uniformed technicians will take the worry out of cleaning your gutters. by doing the job safely and efficiently in just one detailed visit. Before and after photos can be supplied for your peace of mind.

Gutter cleaning services in Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield 

At Dearne exterior cleaning, we offer an array of professional gutter cleaning services to meet the needs of your home

About Worsbrough

Worsbrough includes Worsbrough Bridge, Worsbrough Common, Worsbrough Dale, Worsbrough Village and Ward Green. The River Dove flows east–west through Worsbrough and the reservoir before joining the River Dearne and the area is built on its valley. The A61 traverses this large valley, south of Barnsley, before passing through Birdwell to junction 36 of the M1. A railway line, the former Woodhead Line, passed along the valley as well, which is now the Trans-Pennine Trail. It joined the Huddersfield-Barnsley Line at Silkstone Common to the west and across to Wombwell, a mile to the east, where it met the former Doncaster – Barnsley Line, which also is part of the Trans-Pennine Trail.

Worsbrough dates back to the 7th century, and is listed within the wapentake of Staincross, West Riding of Yorkshire, in the Domesday Book of 1086:

The name ‘Worsbrough’ means ‘Weorc’s fortified place’. The village name was spelt Worsborough before the 19th century and through the 20th century.

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