Damp Proofing in Walsall
Peter Cox is a reputable and reliable property preservation company offering a wide range of services including the likes of damp proofing, woodworm treatment, condensation control and basement water proofing, with an emphasis on delivering good quality workmanship.
We have a number of professional accreditations for our services and are a member of the Property Care Association (PCA), giving you peace of mind that we are a company you can trust.
We offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties across the UK.
Property Preservation Services in Walsall
We have teams that cover the whole of the West Midlands including the area of Walsall.
Our Peter Cox team also serve: Worcestershire, Herefordshire, South West Birmingham, Staffordshire, Wolverhampton, Walsall, North Birmingham, Warwickshire, Coventry, South East Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Northants, Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Cannock and North Warwickshire.
Our experts are always on hand in order to help you with common property preservation issues that may occur within your home or commercial property.
Like wise to its neighbour city Birmingham, Walsall suffers from significant rain throughout the year, meaning keeping the rain out is a pervading issue. Without adequate protection, heavy rain can cause penetrating damp to properties which could lead to problems like black mould, dry or wet rot and woodworm.
We have worked on a number of projects based in the West Midlands area including:
The Pithead, Telford; The Campanile, Stoulton; Pembroke House, Bridgnorth and HSBC Smethwick.
The service was very good. The guy who came out was excellent and came out on time – very professional – Gary Brant
Walsall is based in the West Midlands, 8 miles from Birmingham and 6 miles from Wolverhampton.
The large town was first mentioned in the early 11th century as a Saxon village. The name Walsall maybe derived from the words ‘Walh halh’ which means Celt’s valley.
In the Middle Ages the population was no more than 1500 people, where as today the population is more than 256,000 people.
Also known as the town of a hundred trades, Walsall was famous for the variety of different clothing that was made in the area, particularly leather garments.