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Damp Proofing in Edinburgh

Peter Cox are trained to the highest standard to provide property preservation services to both homeowners and commercial property owners.

We help to fix a range of property problems such as damp mould, woodworm and dry and wet rot.

If your property is in need of repair and preservation, take a look at our services to find out how we can help, or alternatively you can get in touch and speak to one of our experts.

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

Property Preservation Services in Edinburgh

Our highly trained specialists have been working in Edinburgh for over 25 years, addressing damp problems for a vast range of housing types and other properties as well as providing property insurance, professional woodworm treatment and other preservation services across the city.

There is a contrast of buildings between the medieval Old Town and the Georgian New Town of Edinburgh, both areas containing multiple historic buildings. This Scottish city is famous for its heritage and history so it is crucial that the historical buildings are well kept and looked after in case they become infested with the likes of dry rot.

In recent years, Edinburgh has suffered with severe flooding caused by heavy downpours, effecting dozens of homes within and around the city. Although we are unable to prevent flooding, we are at hand if you need help with the aftermath of flooding in your property.

Our case history files have projects from all over the Scottish regions, including work on the Register House and Quartermile in Edinburgh, Glenmuick in Ballater plus social housing stock repairs in Dundee, Fife and the Borders.

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There were no problems – the man was very tidy and kept me up to date on everything. – Elizabeth Watson

Edinburgh has been Scotland’s capital from the 14th century,  and has developed into one of Britain’s most iconic cities.

The city’s famous landmark – Edinburgh Castle, was built in the 12th century on the site of a 700 million year old extinct volcano called Castle Rock. The castle is one of Edinburgh’s most popular tourist attractions and is also host to The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo which is held in the castle’s esplanade every year.

According to history, Edinburgh was the very first place in the world to have an established organised municipal fire brigade. The Edinburgh Fire Engine Establishment was formed by James Braidwood in 1824.