Peter Cox Ltd
Unit 4&5 M8 Interlink Estate
Dumfries and Galloway
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
Customers rate us 'Excellent' on TrustPilot giving you reassurance of the quality of our service
There are different kinds of methods to keep damp at bay: ventilating rooms, extractor fans, heating, and insulation, also there’s our environmentally friendly DryWall damp proofing course. Our experienced team of surveyors can both diagnose and eliminate damp problems along with saving you time and energy. With a proven trading history, our damp proofing, basement waterproofing, woodworm and wood rot services are backed by the Peter Cox guarantee, providing you with property maintenance you can trust.
Peter Cox can provide you with variety of property preservation services. Click below to find out more or book your survey with us today.
In order to keep properties protected against mould, it is a good idea to check your property for any signs of damp. This could be in walls (internal and external), flooring and possibly around window frames. If you do find any signs of damp, then it is better to get the problem sorted sooner rather than later as damp could lead to further problems such as rotting timber. We know how important it is to make sure our clients and customers are seen by our surveyors as soon as possible. That’s why we have Peter Cox branches spread throughout the UK so our experts can get to a property as soon as they can.
Situated to the south-west of Scotland, the unitary council area of Dumfries and Galloway has an approximate population of 148,000 people. It was formed from the former counties of Dumfriesshire, Kirkcudbrightshire and Wigtownshire and is known for being an area of outstanding scenery and natural beauty.
The maritime climate has warm rather than hot summers and cool to cold winters; there are not many instances of extreme weather. Rainfall is evenly distributed over the months, with April driest and most rainfall in October.