Damp Proofing in Brighton
Peter Cox have worked on numerous recognised buildings throughout the UK including Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, Windsor Castle and many more.
We have experience in working with both modern and historical buildings, making us the perfect choice of property preservation specialists.
With over 240 staff members and regional branches across the country, Peter Cox are just a phone call away from helping you treat your residential or commercial property. 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.
property preservation services in brighton
In 2000, the A23, one of Brighton’s major roads, was closed for a number of days due to flooding that had been caused by Brighton’s ‘hidden river’ – The Wellesbourne. The Wellesbourne is an underground river which can sometimes rise to the surface after a period of heavy downpours. However, this rise in water levels of the river is very rare, meaning when the river did surface and flood, many people living in the area were not prepared for flooding.
Since 2000 there has been a lot of flood reinforcements that have been put in place. However, if your property does ever happen to suffer from flooding, then we can offer our fast flood restoration service. We will put all of our property preservation expertise to good use to ensure our flood restoration service is professional, efficient and effective.
Brighton is a popular coastal resort in the South East of England, situated in East Sussex. It has a warm, temperate coastal climate with sea breezes and ‘healthy bracing air’. Being only an hour’s train ride away from London, Brighton in seen to be a perfect destination for Londoners and tourists seeking a day out.
Brighton has been a fashionable destination for a long time, as demonstrated by the striking Brighton Pavilion which is a former royal residence built in the late eighteenth century. There has a been a settlement here for more than 5000 years, the actual place-name is derived from the Anglo-Saxon.