Damp Proofing in Central London
Peter Cox has 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 from helping you treat your property.
Property Preservation Services in Central London
Our Central London Peter Cox branch provides professional property preservation services to homeowners and commercial customers across the capital. In fact, London is where it all began with the business being founded in 1951.
Peter Cox were originally specialists in stone cleaning throughout post-war London. Now we’re proud to be market leaders in property preservation, our quality of work across the capital in homes, businesses, government buildings and heritage sites speaks for itself.
Over the years we’ve carried out a number of damp proofing courses on all sorts of buildings in and around Soho, Mayfair, Westminster, Vauxhall, Southwark, Whitechapel and Knightsbridge. A damp proofing course with Peter Cox utilises our DryWall Silane Diffusion system, an innovative breakthrough in damp proofing technology that involves the introduction into the wall of a concentrated thixotropic silane/siloxane ‘cream’ to form a barrier against rising damp.
We’ve also carried out some fantastic works on homes around Kensington, Isleworth, Fulham, Richmond and the surrounding areas.
Only a small job, but excellent all-round service, all three contacts were pleasant and helpful. Operative James Madden is worthy of special mention for his workmanship and pleasant approach – P Smedley
The most populous city in the United Kingdom, London has been a major settlement for the last two millennia, its history going back before the building of the Roman city in 47AD.
Situated along both banks of the tidal River Thames, London has done much to protect itself from the dangers posed by flooding since the Victorian era. However, structural damage, damp, rot and woodworm remain a consistent threat to homeowners and commercial properties.
It’s a city in constant flux, a swirling metropolis above and below, large and small. As its population goes about their various tasks, less obvious events are in need on constant vigilance. From mildewed living accommodation to the beetle chewed timbers of the numerous churches and the subterranean dank of the miles of tunnel that make up the city’s underground system.