Peter Cox, founded in 1951 is widely recognised as a company to trust with its unrivalled experience in the repair and preservation of all types of property, from private housing to historic buildings.
The company has a wealth of experience ranging from private to commercial property preservation, to public buildings, churches and numerous national and regional historic buildings and landmarks.
With over 75 CSRT or CSSW qualified Surveyors and 100 specially trained technicians who are directly employed you can rely on our professionals to complete projects on time at an exceedingly high standard. All our services are administered under a third party accredited ISO 9001 Quality Management System.
Peter Cox is a founder member of the Property Care Association promoting high standards of professionalism and expertise within the industry. By working with a member of the Property Care Association you are ensuring you’re dealing with the best providers in structural maintenance, timber preservation, damp and condensation control.
Other memberships include the British Structural Waterproofing Association (BSWA).
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Peter Cox were the first national preservation company to receive Which? Trusted Trader accreditation, an endorsement scheme that helps consumers find reputable traders.
Peter Cox has branches throughout England, Scotland and Wales, meaning a branch on your doorstep and surveyors with local knowledge and expertise.
What our customers say about us speaks volumes. We are rated 9.2*- Excellent - on Trustpilot, but don’t just take our word for it, visit the review page to see for yourself why we’re the market leader in property preservation.
The business was founded in 1951 originally specialising in stone cleaning in post-war London. The founder Peter Norman Cox was a pioneer in the development of chemical damp proof courses. Peter Cox Preservation Limited was incorporated in 1963, and in the 1960s he developed and patented his exclusive Transfusion DPC system using a gravity fed, non-flammable siliconate fluid to permeate the masonry and form a barrier against rising damp. In the 1970s Peter Cox diversified into woodworm and dry rot control and remedial wall ties, and we have been market leaders ever since, continuing to innovate and develop solutions for all property preservation issues.