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Damp Proofing in Teesside

There are different kinds of methods to keep damp at bay; ventilating rooms, extractor fans, heating, insulation and there’s our environmentally friendly DryWall damp proofing course.

Our experienced team of surveyors can both diagnose and eliminate damp problems along with saving you time and energy.

With a proven trading history, our damp proofing, basement waterproofing, woodworm and wood rot services are backed by the Peter Cox guarantee, providing you with property maintenance you can trust.

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

Property Preservation Services in Teesside

Teesside has an oceanic climate typical for the United Kingdom. Stockton is relatively drier than many other places in England, with about 650mm of rain each year. However, the winds from the North and North-East can be very cold which can lead to condensation. Therefore preventing damp ingress and keeping warm are most important within properties.

Middlesbrough is the ‘capital’ of Teesside and still has some of the old towns features such as Middlesbrough’s oldest pub and the town hall. The town also consists of Georgian houses which have been there since the town’s first home owners moved to the area. It is important to ensure old buildings are looked after as they are more likely to develop mould and rot caused by damp seeping into a building.

At Peter Cox we offer professional service, innovative products and the latest in technology, meaning we can offer solutions to get your property back to its normal state.

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It was efficient, the work men were tidy, it was a good job. – Neil O’Biran

Teesside is dominated by large-scale chemical operations with three large plants clustered near the River Tees.

This area is home to Teesport, the third largest port in the UK and one of the ten largest ports in West Europe.

Thanks to Teesside’s iron and steel industry, Middlesbrough seen a rapid growth in population in the 1800s with a population of 19,000 in 1861 which increased to 40,000 just 10 years later. The population continued to grow over the years to follow and now has around 150,000 people living in the area.

Teesside can be most recognised for its symbolic bridge; Transporter Bridge.