Damp Proofing in Sunderland
With sixty years of experience in the property maintenance industry, Peter Cox have provided damp proofing, woodworm, basement waterproofing and dry and wet rot services to all sorts of properties around the country.
All of our staff are fully trained and qualified, offering you professional advice and solutions across all of our services that we offer to domestic and commercial property owners.
Not only will we help to eliminate your property issues but we will also help to prevent them from returning in the future.
Property Preservation Services in Sunderland
Our team of experts cover the busy city of Sunderland along with the coastal and rural areas of Northumberland.
Whether you are a homeowner or a commercial property owner, we have the knowledge and experience in providing you with professional property care services such as timber preservation, damp proofing and wall stabilisation.
Our recent projects include the use of masonry anchors in the refurbishment of a listed building in Sunderland.
The climate in Sunderland and the North-East tends to be colder and drier than the rest of England. The south-west wind is masked by the Pennines, but often a strong north-east wind appears to come straight from the Arctic. If this brings driving rain, then there is a risk of penetrating damp. Hence there is value in making sure that you gutters, drains, windows and doors are in good order, keeping the warmth in and the cold and rain out.
Both the Surveyor and the Technician were extremely professional and courteous and their standard of work was extremely high. – C Bain
Sunderland is a large city on the north-east coast of England. It is the centre of a metropolitan borough. Nearby towns include Chester-le-Street, Ouston, Pelton, Seaburn South Hetton and Whitburn in South Tyneside. The historical city of Durham lies nearby, as does Washington.
As with much of the North East, Sunderland grew on the basis of heavy industry: coal, shipbuilding. Much of the housing stock is from this era, but with new towns and expansions nearby. The economy has regenerated around knowledge-based industries and also car manufacture. The former shipyards have now become a residential, commercial and leisure facilities along the Wear River.