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Damp Proofing in Exeter

There are different kinds of methods to keep damp at bay; ventilating rooms, extractor fans, heating, insulation and there’s our environmentally friendly DryWall damp proofing course.

Our experts can both diagnose and eliminate damp problems along with saving you time and energy.

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.

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

Property Preservation Services in Exeter

Given the damp nature of the climate in Exeter, precautions against water ingress are advisable. If moisture seeps through windows and walls, this could cause damp problems which can lead to issues such mould.

Damp can also cause the deterioration of timber frames, which can lead to further leaks and possibly cause them to rot, requiring the frames to be replaced.

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The job was carried out efficiently and it was done well – Mrs Albrecht

Exeter is one of the oldest cities in England, and was established in Celtic times. The city is located at a crossing point on the River Exe. Exeter acted as a port for an area of South-West England.

Having been an important Roman town, Exeter became a centre for the Anglo-Saxons and then the Normans. Exeter had become a prosperous port by the 1200’s. A ship canal was opened in 1566, , so that sea-going vessels could reach Exeter. The city expanded rapidly in Georgian times with fine terraces and crescents being built outside of the city walls. The Industrial Revolution during brought further expansion

The city of Exeter was bombed heavily in World War Two and many historic buildings were damaged. Most of the damaged areas had been rebuilt by the 1960s, so the housing stock includes historic, Victorian, pre- and post-war and modern buildings