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Window Cleaners Waterlooville

Hi Tech Cleaning Services, provide excellent window cleaning services to the Waterlooville area. Our window washing services are offered to both domestic and commercial properties.

Window Cleaners Waterlooville

Based at Brampton Lane in Portsmouth, Hi Tech Cleaning Services provides exceptional cleaning standards to clients in and around Portsmouth. Established in 2010, we have cleaned thousands of windows, supported by local residents and companies big and small acheiving many happy returning customers. We have worked with some really awesome businesses working in many different sectors, including: engineering, building services, entertainment and automotive repairs. Whether you are looking for a new window cleaner or just a quote, we can help!

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About The Waterlooville Area

Waterlooville is a town in Hampshire, England, approximately 8 miles north of Portsmouth. The village of Waterlooville began in 1815. After 1810 the forest of Bere was divided into plots and sold for building. By 1815 there were 5 buildings by the side of the road that ran through it. One of these was an inn called the Heroes of Waterloo, after the battle that had just been fought by Wellington. The new settlement was called Waterloo after the inn.

In 1945 Waterlooville was still a fairly small village but it grew very rapidly from the late 1950's. Large numbers of people came to live in Waterlooville from other areas. Some were from Oxford and Reading but others came from as far as the north of England.

In the 1970's Portsmouth City Council built 2 'overspill' council house estates at Waterlooville. One of these was built at Crookhorn. Another was built at Wecock Farm. Between 1971 and 1984 it grew by 50% to over 3,000. In 1983 Waterlooville inner relief road was built. London Road shopping centre was made a precinct in 1985.

Although the area grew very rapidly a green belt was left between Waterlooville and Denmead but this is now under threat. Denmead is growing rapidly and the land separating it from Waterlooville may disappear. The Purbrook, Waterlooville-Cowplain-Horndean area now has a population of about 30,000.

Wellington Way Waterlooville
The Heroes Pub, Waterlooville
London Road Waterlooville
Waterlooville retail park

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