Southampton

Southampton

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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 in Southampton

Peter Cox is a reputable and reliable property preservation company offering a wide range of services for commercial and private properties, as well as historic and listed buildings. We can give you professional advice and treatments for damp proofing, woodworm treatment, condensation control and basement waterproofing. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and on delivering good quality workmanship.

We have the necessary knowledge of a variety of different damp proofing treatments for any type of home, commercial or industrial building. If you suspect you may have damp in your property, please contact us for a survey by one of our trained specialists.

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Property Preservation Services in Southampton

Southampton is the largest city based in the county on Hampshire, famous for The Mayflower, the famed ship that set sail carrying the Pilgrim fathers to America.

The city is home to the second largest container port in the country and is one of the busiest cruise terminals. Located 10 miles inland, the port lies between the rivers Test and Itchen and the head of the Southampton Water – the mile-wide drowned valley.

Places we cover in the Southampton area include: Maybush, Sholing, Woolston, Maidenbury, North Stoneham, Eastleigh, Chilworth and Portswood, Ocean Village, Thornhill, Netley, Butlocks Heath, Totton and Chandler’s Ford. Our local experts can offer effective solutions for a range of damp proofing and timber treatments to keep your property free from mould, woodworm and dry rot or wet rot.

Southampton’s wettest month is January with an average of 80mm of rain. It is vital that properties have the correct protection against the likes of penetrating damp. Damaged guttering may flood meaning water penetrates into your property, leading to potential structural issues or even wet rot and woodworm outbreaks. Penetrating damp can lead to other damp issues such as damp plasterwork, increased heat loss, musty smells, and unsightly water damage on either or both the outside and inside of a property.

Heavy amounts of rain has also brought floods to Southampton in the past, causing businesses to close due to water flooding their properties. Our Peter Cox DryWall Thermotek can be used in conjunction with our mortar treatment to increase the flood resistance of masonry, making it particularly effective at repelling flash floods.