Damp Proofing in Crawley
Peter Cox have worked on numerous recognised buildings throughout the UK including the Houses of Parliament, Cardiff Castle, Selby Abbey and many more.
We have experience in working with both modern and historical buildings, making us the perfect choice of property treatment specialists.
With over 240 staff members and regional branches across the country, Peter Cox are just a phone call away to helping you treat your property.
Property Preservation Services in Crawley
We have been providing damp proofing, woodworm, basement waterproofing, dry rot treatment and other property preservation services in the London and surrounding areas ever since the company was first established in 1951.
Our Crawley office has a team of experts who can help you fix those common property problems whether you may be a homeowner or a commercial property owner.
The weather in Crawley is typically oceanic, as with the rest of the British Isles, though the summer tends to be drier and warmer. Winters though, can bring days of heavy rain along with the risk of above average snowfalls that may lead to localised flooding in areas.
Very well executed job and the problems encountered were dealt with both efficiently and professionally. – R Wing
Crawley is an English town situated in West Sussex. It first began as a Saxon village but had grown into a small market town by the 13th century. With a population of just a couple of hundred people, Crawley didn’t develop much until the 18th century when the town grew slightly bigger due to being a midpoint for travellers between Brighton and London. Since then Crawley has rapidly grown and now has a population of around 107,000 people.
Crawley is in the north-easterly corner of West Sussex, 28 miles south of London and 18 miles north of Brighton and Hove. Crawley now forms part of a greater conurbation that includes Horley, Redhill, Reigate, Dorking, Horsham, Haywards Heath and East Grinstead.
With a major airport on its doorstep, Crawley can boast at being the main centre of industry and employment between London and the south coast of England. This growth has seen a massive increase in the variety of buildings (both industrial and domestic).
Amongst the warehouses and industrial units of Gatwick airport remains the Grade II listed church – St Michael and All Angels Church. The church is the last standing building of the former village in the borough of Crawley which was demolished before the airport was built.