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Peter Cox are trained to the highest standard to provide property preservation services to both homeowners and commercial property owners and can help to solve a range of problems caused by the likes of damp, woodworm and dry rot. If your property is in need of repair and preservation, take a look at our services to find out how we can help, or book a survey with us today.
Peter Cox Ltd
Units 5 & 6 Harlaw Way Harlaw Ind Est
AB51 4SG Mo-Fr 08:30-19:00
Our highly trained specialists have been working in the east of Scotland for over 25 years, addressing damp problems for a vast range of housing types and other properties, along with professional woodworm treatment and other preservation services across the region.
We’re aware that seagulls can become a real problem, especially in coastal towns and cities. A city like Aberdeen with its Victorian architecture (which is ideal for roosting), along with an abundance of feeding opportunities, can offer these birds an easy living. Peter Cox are able to provide bird control services to help keep nuisance birds at bay.
Although Aberdeenshire is significantly drier than much of Scotland (as it is located on the lee side of the Grampian mountains), Aberdeen is still one of the coldest cities in the UK. This may result in properties in the area becoming even more susceptible to condensation problems such as rising damp, whilst wetter areas may be subject to penetrating damp. Failing to deal with dampness can lead to dry rot, wet rot and possibly woodworm.
We have completed works all over the region, including Register House and Quartermile in Edinburgh, Glenmuick in Ballater as well as social housing stock repairs in Dundee, Fife and the Borders.
Seemingly hewn from the landscape on which it stands, Aberdeen is known as “The Granite City” with good cause. Much of the original city is fashioned from that shimmering rock that, against brooding grey storm clouds, seems to merge with the sky itself. Along the coast, Aberdeen has a long sand beach stretching between the two rivers which forms sand dunes north of the Don stretching as far as Fraserburgh; to the south of the Dee jagged cliffs rise over coarse shingle beaches. A number of large granite outcrops along the south coast show signs of having been quarried in the past, making for majestic views.