If you are worried about woodworm or think you may have spotted some of the signs of woodworm in your property then arranging a professional woodworm survey is the surest way to protect and preserve your property.
Peter Cox surveyors are fully trained and qualified and our survey process and treatments have been endorsed and ratified by a wide range of trade bodies such as the Property Care Association, Which? and TrustMark. When it comes to protecting your home against woodworm we really are the name to trust. Get in touch with the experts at Peter Cox today.
Our surveyors will always conduct a full and comprehensive woodworm survey before advising on any woodworm treatment. Upon arriving at your property our woodworm specialist will:
You will then be provided with a detailed survey report that will outline all observations and treatment recommendations made by the surveyor. If our team of fully trained technicians are required to conduct any follow up work then the report will explain the cost and timeframe involved.
Peter Cox have been providing woodworm surveys and treatments since 1951 and during this time we have built up a reputation as reputable service providers. Peter Cox are currently one of the highest rated property preservation companies on the independent review platform Trustpilot. Take a look at the reviews below to find out why our customers love us.
We understand the stress and anxiety that can come from woodworm problems in a property, that is why we operate from a network of local branches across the country, ensuring that our surveyors are available to you in a timely fashion wherever you may be.
You can contact Peter Cox today on 0800 633 5712 to speak to one of our team, who can organise a visit from your local Peter Cox surveyor.
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*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.