Peter Cox for homeownersFor commercial
Damp Proofing, Woodworm and Wood Rot Treatment from Peter Cox
Established in 1951 and now boasting over 60 years’ experience in providing a range of property services, Peter Cox has built an enviable reputation as the market leader in the repair and preservation of all types of property, from private housing to historic and listed buildings.
Specialist and effective repairs
- Damp proofing
- Condensation control
- Basement waterproofing
- Woodworm treatment
- Dry rot treatment
- Wet rot treatment
- Structural timber repairs
- Cavity wall tie replacement
- Masonry stitching and restraints
- Wall repairs
Peter Cox for commercialFor homeowners
Peter Cox offer sixty years’ experience in damp proofing services, wet and dry rot treatment, woodworm treatment, basement waterproofing, masonry stabilisation and bird control for commercial properties. Peter Cox are the property maintenance company of choice for property owners and managers, local authorities, housing associations, construction managers, building contractors, architects and surveyors, many of whom we have been recommended to by other satisfied customers.
Over the 40+ years since Mr Peter Cox first patented his Transfusion DPC system, the company has helped to repair many thousands of privately owned houses throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
Whether it be the conversion of former industrial buildings into modern city apartments, the redevelopment of property into offices or new build housing schemes, Peter Cox has extensive experience of the greater scale and complexity of commercial developments.
Public sector contracts place very specific demands on the repair specialist, both on housing modernisation projects and the renovation of public buildings. Peter Cox understands the concept of ‘Best Value’ procurement and has the flexibility to work within the constraints of tightly prescribed budgets.
In the repair and renovation of listed and other heritage property, there is simply no substitute for experience. In its early days Peter Cox undertook restoration work at York Minster, Selby Abbey and Trinity College, Cambridge and has worked frequently since on many historic national and regional landmarks across the UK.