One of UK's leading property care specialists since 1951, with 65+ years experience
Peter Cox is a founder member of the PCA promoting high standards of professionalism and expertise
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We know that finding mould in your property can be distressing. It’s unsightly, sometimes smelly and if left untreated, can become harmful to human health.
With years of extensive work in the property preservation industry, Peter Cox have the experience and knowledge to help you treat and get rid of mould in your property, including expert treatment of toxic mould.
We operate from a network of local branches across the country offering surveys and fast effective solutions with fully trained and qualified staff. Book your survey with us today!
Our Belfast team cover the counties of Mourne Mountains and Armagh; to Portrush, Enniskillen, Tyrone and Derry-Londonderry.
Belfast consists of many different styles of buildings, from historical buildings such as Belfast City Hall, the Grand Opera House and the Albert Memorial Clock, to more modern buildings like the Waterfront Hall and the Odyssey building.
Belfast’s marine west-coast climate is mild, with no dry season. Summers are warm, but heavy precipitation occurs in the mild winters. The rainy climate means that property owners may need to deal with damp ingress, rising damp and condensation which can result in dry rot, wet rot and woodworm infestations. If you spot damp in your property, old or new, Peter Cox we can provide you with expert treatment and solutions to eliminate damp and the problems that can come with it.
Belfast was granted ‘city’ status in 1888 by Queen Victoria and is now the capital of Northern Ireland. In the 1600s, Belfast thrived with business as it became a port for wool, grain and food and by the end of the 17th century it had also begun to develop in other industries such as tobacco linen and rope making.
Belfast is famously known for being the ‘birthplace’ of the RMS Titanic, which was built in the Harland and Wolff shipyard. The Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in 1912, however the ship is well remembered in Belfast as they hold the largest visitors experience where tourists are able to learn the history and story of the iconic ship.
The city is also the birthplace of worldwide known novelist C.S. Lewis, author of The Chronicles of Narnia. People believe the world of Narnia in Lewis’ books was inspired by Belfast along with memories of his childhood.