Damp Proofing in Fareham
Founded over 60 years ago, Peter Cox has grown considerably over the years and is now recognised as the nation’s market leader in damp proofing, waterproofing, timber preservation, wall stabilisation and other property treatments.
We have a number of accreditations for our services and are a member of the Property Care Association (PCA), giving you peace of mind that we are a company you can trust.
If you are experiencing problems with damp, woodworm or rot in your property, then get in touch today to speak with one of our highly trained experts.
Property Preservation Services in Fareham
Due to its coastal location the town and surrounding areas of Fareham have problems with seagulls, who along with local pigeons, like to roost amongst the towns buildings. We have experts who specialise in the removal of bird fouling and can offer effective solutions in keeping birds at bay with our bird control systems.
The region has a mild climate; there are warm summers with occasional hot spells and cool rainy periods. The region has slightly higher than average rainfall and with the low-lying countryside the area is also at risk from flooding, with new build particularly at risk as many properties are built on land that is classified as flood plain. In recent years, parts of the region have suffered from severe flooding caused by extremes in weather. This can lead to problems with damp caused by penetrating rainwater.
As well as Hampshire, our Fareham team of experts support Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon, so whether you are in need of damp proofing, timber treatment, flood restoration or bird control services, Peter Cox are here to help.
I will never choose a different damp proofing company. Brilliant from beginning to end, thanks. – D Marchant
Fareham started out as a Saxon village and is now home to a population of around 60,000 residents.
Between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton in the south east of Hampshire, Fareham is a market town at the northwest tip of Portsmouth Harbour. It gives its name to the borough that comprises the town and surrounding area.
Historically an important manufacturer of bricks, Bursledon Brickworks provided their materials to many famous buildings around the country, including the construction of the Albert Hall, London. In fact, the Bursledon Brickworks are the last surviving example of Victorian steam-powered brick manufacturing.