Rutland Water Pipe Repair Services

Clearfirst have been in business for more than a decade providing outstanding levels of service to its customers. Anglian Water is one of the local water authorities operating in the Rutland area that we have worked with. This enables us to provide a very quick and efficient service. We aim to take the worry off your shoulders and complete the task as soon as possible.

 

Rutland Water Pipe Repair Services

 

We are contacted by a number of housing associations and insurance companies in the Rutland area because of the brilliant service we provide to our customers and the reputation we have built up of the past decade dealing with burst water mains. Call now on 0800 138 44 80 for a free quote with no obligation.

What if you live outside of the Rutland area? No need to worry as we offer our full range of services including water mains replacement and water leak detection throughout the East Midlands and even extending to Yorkshire and Warwickshire.

If you have any problem, from a leak to a burst pipe, then you are in need of a plumber. Clearfirst provides professional and efficient services. They can also give you advice on how to prevent any further plumbing problems. Clearfirst use a variety of technology and equipment that help them find the source of your problem, for example they are able to detect underground water leaks and can determine what needs to be done to solve your problem.

Rutland is known for being the smallest, historic county in England. Rutland’s county town is Oakham and the other area that is designated as a town is Uppingham. The town of Stamford is actually just over the border on the north east side into Lincolnshire The County is well known as a wildlife and nature reserve, particularly for ospreys and wild fowl. The area is mentioned in the Domesday Book, but not as an actual shire. Rutland was first mentioned as a county in its own right in 1159; it was also referred to as Rutland shire, but the briefer name of Rutland is what’s most commonly used. Some sources suggest that the name of Rutland was in use even before the time of the Norman Conquest.

The Local Government Act of 1894 saw the county divided into three distinct sections Oakham and Uppingham, while that part of the county that bordered Leicester became part of the rural district of Melton Mowbray. The area has a population of around 35,000 people, making it one of the lighter populated areas of England. Most of the economy in modern day Rutland is derived though public services and the general service economies. Prior to 1997 Ruddies brewery was one of the largest industries in the area. The market that is held in Uppingham was granted royal charter by Edward the first in 1281.

Neither Oakham nor Uppingham are large towns and apart from Uppingham market shopping is a bit limited. Housing stock consists of some of the older Rutland cottages, which were built from limestone along with local authority and owner occupied properties. Visitors to the area might enjoy going to see Rutland Castle or the area around Rutland Water, which is quite pretty and a favorite picnic spot during the summer months. Normanton Hall and Rutland County Museum each attract their fair share of visitors to the area.


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