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Damp Proofing in Romford

We are the country’s leading property preservation company offering a range of services including the likes of damp proofing, woodworm treatment, condensation control and basement waterproofing.

Damp problems can occur quickly, easily and without warning, and can be severely harmful to a building’s structure.

We have the fundamental knowledge and experience covering a variety of different damp proofing treatments for both domestic and commercial properties across the UK.

If you suspect you may have damp in your property, why don’t you visit our Ask The Expert page, or alternatively book a FREE survey.

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

Romford is home to the River Rom (also known as the River Beam), a tributary of the River Thames. In periods of heavy rainfall, the River Rom has been known to burst its banks and cause chaos with flooding for residents living in the area.

Although we are unable to prevent flooding, we are able to help properties both domestic and commercial, deal with the aftermath of flooding. Putting our property preservation expertise together in order to restore properties in an effective and efficient way.

Being a large town, pigeons and gulls can also be a problem in Romford. These nuisance birds will scavenge on leftover food and will nest and roost in properties. At Peter Cox we offer effective bird control solutions in order to keep birds at bay.

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Technician was extremely polite and informative regarding work carried out – very professional and work carried out as per survey – looking forward to dealing with Peter Cox ltd again. – T Taberer

Romford is a large town based 12 miles East of London, and is part of the London Borough in Havering in Greater London.

The market in Romford is one of the town’s main focal points. The market was granted recognition in 1247 and started out as a livestock market. Since then the market has grown considerably over the years and is now one of the biggest street markets in the South East with over 150 stands selling a range of different items including meat, fruit and veg and clothing.