Given the potential damage that wet rot problems can cause to a property, it is important to act swiftly and consult with a qualified wet rot treatment specialist if you suspect that you have identified wet rot in your home.
As the market leaders in wet rot treatment We will provide a diagnosis of the severity and extent of the problem and create a treatment programme for you to eradicate the issue from your home. Our services have been approved and ratified by the trade bodies that govern the industry and our wet rot treatment services are backed with long lasting guarantees to demonstrate that you can have absolute faith and trust in our team of wet rot specialists.
Discuss your wet rot problems with us by calling 0800 633 5712 or send in an online enquiry about a no obligation wet rot survey by completing the form below.
To determine the cause and extent of the rot problem we will send a qualified wet rot treatment specialist to the property to conduct a full wet rot survey. In order to ensure that all traces of wet rot are identified, our surveyor may have to lift some floorboards or remove skirting or panelling to arrive at the correct dianosis.
In adddition to this, our surveyor will also:
Should you choose to conduct the work with us then our specialist wood rot treament process will look like this.
If our Peter Cox surveyors detect wet rot, the first step in the treatment is to eliminate the unwanted sources of moisture and make sure the timber is dried out. As wet rot cannot grow without a source of water, it is essential to remove this. Common sources of moisture that lead to wet rot include problems with roofing, gutters, pipes, leaking cellars or basements, and poor sub floor ventilation.
The next step will be to identify the extent of any wet rot damage to the structural and decorative timber. Timbers damaged by wet rot will need to be removed and replaced by a Peter Cox timber repair specialist.
Any timber that is deemed safe enough to be retained will be treated with a fungicidal treatment to ensure no further growth of wet rot fungus.
Throughout the wet rot treatment process, Peter Cox will also give you any advice on additional steps that may be required to ensure your property is left safe from future outbreaks of wet rot.
For example, waterproofing services may be necessary if the wet rot has manifested in a basement or cellar underneath your property, to make this space watertight.
At Peter Cox, we are confident that the standard of our wet rot treatment will eliminate wet rot for good. We are so confident in fact that all our wet rot treatment carries our 20 year wet rot guarantee as standard.
We also offer wet rot property insurance. This insurance offers protection against any future outbreaks of wet rot within any part of the house including untreated areas that most major insurance providers will not, and it covers a full range of properties from flats and houses to mansions and other non standard homes.
These additional features are designed to offer Peter Cox customers complete peace of mind for the future.
We love to hear what customers think of our wet rot treatment services. That is why we have signed up to the trusted customer review platform Trustpilot. Take a look at some of the feedback we have received for our wet rot treatment services.
Since we opened in 1951, Peter Cox has been widely recognised as a company with trust, expertise and quality service at the forefront of everything we do for our customers. Our CSRT qualified surveyors and specialised technicians are directly employed by us, meaning we can ensure all our work is carried out to the highest possible standard.
On top of our wealth of knowledge, our methods have been accredited by the Property Care Association, BSWA, Which? Trusted Traders and Constructonline to name but a few.
If you suspect your property is suffering from wet rot and you need professional wet rot treatment from an experienced and qualified contractor then get in touch with Peter Cox today on 0800 633 5712 or book a survey online.
*Survey enquiries for your local branch will be directed to our dedicated central survey control teams across the UK. Calls to 0800 and 0808 numbers are free unless you are calling from a business phone, in which case the rate will be set by your provider.