Damp Proofing in Wolverhampton
As well as providing damp proofing treatments, woodworm treatments, and wet rot and dry rot treatments, Peter Cox also provide basement waterproofing services, allowing you to turn those unused spaces into habitable and functional spaces.
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property preservation services in wolverhampton
As well as providing damp proofing and building repair skill to the area of Wolverhampton, we also serve woodworm infestation problems, fungal infections such as dry rot, wet rot and damp ingress issues in: Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Birmingham, Staffordshire, Walsall, North Birmingham, Warwickshire, Coventry, South East Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Northants, Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Cannock and North Warwickshire.
With an average of 170 days of rain per year, protecting a property from rain penetration is recommended. Without proper protection, properties can suffer from the likes of penetrating and rising damp, resulting in problems like black mould, dry or wet rot and woodworm.
Although there are no major rivers in Wolverhampton, heavy rainfall has in recent years caused flash flooding in some areas of the city. The aftermath of serious flooding can have long-lasting damage on properties and in-turn cause harm to a person’s health. If your property does happen to suffer from flooding, we can offer our fast flood restoration service.
Case studies in the West Midlands region include woodwork repairs in half-timbered properties, to correct insect activity and wood rot; also structural timber replacement and basement waterproofing in an historic council property.
Good reputation, good punctuality, good knowledge. The job was done well and they cleaned up after themselves. – Angela Jordan
Wolverhampton is situated near to its neighbouring city Birmingham, as part of the West Midlands conurbation. Wolverhampton was established by the Anglo-Saxons in the 7th century as Wulfereēantūn or Wulfrūnehēantūn. The city grew initially as a market town specialising in the woollen trade.
In the Industrial Revolution, it became a major centre for coal mining, steel production, lock making and the manufacture of cars and motorcycles. In the 19th century was known as part of the ‘Black Country’ along with Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall The economy of the city is still based on engineering, including a large aerospace industry, as well as the service sector). It is only since 2001 that Wolverhampton was given city status.