One of UK's leading property care specialists since 1951, with 65+ years experience
Peter Cox is a founder member of the PCA promoting high standards of professionalism and expertise
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Peter Cox operate across the whole of the North & Mid of Wales and The Welsh Marches, from Wrexham and Chester, along to Bangor and Anglesey and down the Lleyn Peninsula. We also cover the west coast to Aberystwyth and over into England operating in Shrewsbury. Our fully trained and experienced technicians and surveyors can provide you with solutions to issues such as damp, woodworm and rot, we are experts in wall stabilisation techniques and structural basement waterproofing. There are plenty of older buildings across Northern & Mid Wales, and The Marches, and the problems associated with them. Common issues include failing damp proof causes, and penetrating damp from leaky guttering, and heavy rainfall.
If you have any problems related to your property please get in touch to book your survey with one of our local surveyors operating in your area.
Like much of the UK, North & Mid Wales has to deal with issues such as woodworm, fungal decay and damp proofing, affecting both commercial, domestic, historic and listed buildings. We have over 65 years working with commercial developers, local authorities, and are regarded highly with heritage and conservation bodies such as the National Trust, Cadw in Wales and English Heritage.
Due to the hilly terrain and proximity to the Irish Sea, persistent rainfall and heavy winds are common. Because of this houses in this area are susceptible to penetrating damp meaning that loose guttering or damaged pointing may lead to water ingress in your property. The water ingress could lead to other problems such as wet rot, dry rot or general damage to the structural integrity of the property.
Peter Cox have worked across North & Mid Wales for many years, and our local surveyors and technicians have extensive local knowledge in addition to lengthy experience. Some recent projects include repairs to the new Harlech Castle Visitor Centre, which began with wall stabilisation works, but as the project developed wet rot caused by damp ingress was discovered and corrected, along with the eradication of a woodworm infestation in the building. Similar work was also carried out in conjunction with heritage organisations at Denbigh Castle and the Former Holyhead County School. A recent renovation was also undertaken on a large project on Marine Terrace in Aberystwyth along with work on the Ffestiniog Railway. We also undertook specialist resin repair works on a Church near Wrexham parts of which date back to the 11th Century.