Damp Proofing in Manchester
Founded in 1951, Peter Cox has grown considerably over the years and is now recognised as one of the UK’s leaders 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 business you can trust.
Property Preservation Services in Manchester
Peter Cox is one of Manchester’s leading damp proofing companies. Our specialised building repairs and damp proofing business is headquartered in Greater Manchester and we have been here since before 1985. We are widely recognised as skilled, reliable specialist contractors for solving damp, woodworm and dry rot problems.
Our Manchester damp proofing experts have helped many residential home owners, from those in modern to grade listed buildings and commercial building owners.
Our recent programme included timber repairs to a dry rot attack and a woodworm infestation in a 16th century building in Knutsford; as well as resin repairs to failed roof trusses, renewal of valley beams and replacement of rafters and roof boards in the Grade 2 listed Castlecroft Warehouse, now Bury Transport Museum.
Other projects include the conversion of Longlands Mill, Stalybridge, St Mary’s Church, Stoke and Westwood College, Leek.
As well as Greater Manchester, our Manchester team also cover the areas of Cheshire and Staffordshire.
Everything went exactly as planned. They turned up and did what they were meant to do with no problems at all. – Julie Fidler
Manchester, grown in the industrial age, is now leading the so-called ‘Northern Powerhouse’ and is acquiring a strong media profile as well. Based in the North West of England, near to the beautiful Peak District, Pennines and North Wales, there are plenty of sights within easy reach. Being to the west of the Pennines, Manchester has something of a reputation for rain. Nevertheless, the average number of rainy days compares well with the national average. On average, the coolest month is January while the warmest and wettest month is August, and February is driest.
The housing stock varies from old industrial terraces like ‘Coronation Street’ to new estates from the 60’s to luxury properties on the fringes of the Manchester conurbation. Greater Manchester actually incorporates Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, Salford and the city of Manchester itself.