Peter Cox Ltd
Unit 2 Sarum Complex Salisbury Road
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
Customers rate us 9.2 out of 10 on TrustPilot giving you reassurance of the quality of our service
An expert in damp proof course technology for over 65 years, Peter Cox are the market leaders in damp proofing and are a member of the Property Care Association, the British Structural Waterproofing Association and a registered TrustMark contractor.
Since Mr Peter Cox first patented his Transfusion DPC system over 65 years ago, the company has helped to repair many thousands of properties throughout the UK including homes, churches, schools and commercial buildings.
As well as offering our professional damp proofing and timber preservation services, we are also able to help homeowners who want to convert damp basements into extra living space. We are also experts in commercial basement waterproofing with a vast amount of experience across the South east of England. Check out our basement waterproofing page or contact us to find out more.
Our offices are located on Salisbury Road in Uxbridge, West London in the borough of Hillingdon. The Uxbridge branch of Peter Cox can deliver our range of damp proofing and property maintenance services to Central London and Greater London regions such as Kingston, Twickenham, Harrow and more. Our team are also available to parts of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, East Sussex and Surrey.
As well as offering waterproofing and timber treatment services, we also provide bird control and bird fouling removal services. Uxbridge can be full of nuisance birds such as pigeons and gulls so we know it is important to provide our services in and around the area.
Like much of the rest of the UK, Uxbridge’s climate is generally temperate, with few extremes of temperature or weather. In this region there is still the need to reduce the risk of damp ingress which may need to fungal decay, dry rot, wet rot, woodworm infestations and black mould.