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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Founded in 1951, Peter Cox have vast experience working in the property preservation sector, providing damp proofing, woodworm, basement waterproofing and dry and wet rot services for all kinds of domestic and commercial properties. Every one of our staff are fully trained and qualified, offering you professional advice and solutions across all of the services. We take pride in being the country’s leading damp proofing and timber preservation company offering you top quality service and craftsmanship.
Our team in the South West are able to reach any property across the region, including the Cornish town of Falmouth. Peter Cox have been preserving, maintaining and repairing British homes since 1951. We know how stressful it can be to find damp in properties so we make sure to recognise our duty of care to both commercial buildings and homeowners.
Typically, Falmouth can have some of the driest and warmest weather in the UK, making it a popular destination for holidaymakers. However extreme weather isn’t uncommon with high winds and heavy rain, Falmouth can suffer with flooding, which could lead to problems with damp.
Further north to Falmouth, our team of experts were asked to examine an infestation of dry rot on a property in Liskeard. It is believed the problem had been caused by defective guttering combined with high external ground levels and inadequate subfloor ventilation which had allowed excess moisture to penetrate the building fabric.
Falmouth is a town based on the south coast of Cornwall where the River Fal reaches the English Channel. As mentioned, Falmouth is a popular destination for holidaymakers, with plenty of attractions around the town, one of those being the Pendennis Castle which was built by Henry VIII in 1540. As well as being a popular location for tourists, Falmouth’s harbour is home to one of the worlds most advanced R&D and testing facility. The FaBTest facility collects data for wave energy and marine renewables.