Property Care Branches
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For over 60 years we have protected properties across the UK from woodworm, damp & rot
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We regularly deal with the most common of UK property care issues including wood-boring insects, rising damp, condensation and wet or dry rot. Backed by the resources of a national company, we provide quality local property care services across Sutton Coldfield, tailored to the needs of our customers from residential households to a wide variety of businesses, large and small.
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, simply known as Sutton to many, is unique in being a surviving example of the growth of a medieval market town into a small country town and later development into a prosperous suburb of Birmingham. Conservation areas within Sutton Coldfield protect that architectural heritage (which includes the Grade I listed Holy Trinity Church founded during the first half of the thirteenth century). The High Street, King Edward's Square, Upper Clifton Road, Mill Street, and the northern end of Coleshill Street are protected by the High Street conservation area. Whilst the Anchorage Road conservation area protects buildings such as the Grade II listed Moat House by William Wilson. After World War II, Sutton witnessed a major redevelopment of the town centre in 1960s. More recently buildings like the former Sutton Town railway station on Midland Drive have been converted to offices. Properties of any age or size can become susceptible to pest problems such as woodworm or issues with condensation. Our team of local, property care professionals will help keep your property in perfect condition.
Flash flooding has occurred in recent years across areas of Sutton Coldfield, as drainage systems in urban areas are overwhelmed by sudden heavy rainfall, often worsened by the concreting over of large areas of soil and gardens that would otherwise have helped to absorb the water. Excess damp from flooding due to prolonged heavy rains and flash floods can lead to structural damage and timber decay from penetrating or rising damp. Whilst problems such as dry rot can occur months afterwards, in voids or under floorboards which are out of everyday sight. Our qualified damp specialists can resolve your damp problems, keeping your property in good order.
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