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Damp Proofing in Bicester

We know property problems such as damp can be unpleasant and distressing if they aren’t dealt with. However, with over 25 years in the property preservation industry, Peter Cox are here to help you eliminate property problems and help to keep them at bay.

With expertise in the repair and treatment of damp, woodworm and dry and wet rot, our team of experts can offer you professional advice in every one of our services.

So if you have concerns about rising damp, basement waterproofing, woodworm, dry rot or other maintenance problems, book your survey with us now.

Damp Proofing
Damp Proofing
Dry Rot Solutions
Dry Rot Solutions
Woodworm Treatment
Woodworm Treatment
Basement Waterproofing
Basement Waterproofing

property preservation services in bicester

Being a town full of history, Bicester has been fortunate enough to retain many old historical buildings, some of which are listed buildings. As with any old properties, it is important to look after and keep on top of maintenance work as they can be more susceptible to the likes of mould and rotting timber caused by damp.

Over 80% of the domestic residential properties that we work on are pre-war and more than half of them date from before WW1, many of them being listed buildings. This means we have extensive experience and knowledge of working with listed buildings and understand the special requirements and treatments these types of properties need.

We can provide your property with damp/water proofing, timber treatments, condensation control and wall stabilisation.

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I thought it was very efficient. They were on time and did what they needed to do without any fuss. – Mathew Smith

Well known for its designer shopping outlet – Bicester Village, Bicester is a historic Oxfordshire market town which has proved to be an increasingly popular location as it provides excellent road and rail links for commuting to the capital, Birmingham or Banbury and is a mere 12 miles to the northeast of Oxford.

The town can be recognised for its distinctive honey coloured stone buildings and beautiful scenery, and brings in tourists from across the country. The Market Square is a place of historic interest as it is surrounded by a number of 16th Century buildings and St Edburg’s Parish Church.