Due to Uxbridge being in between the busy streets of West London and the quieter countryside of South Buckinghamshire, there is a variety of different households that are susceptible to different kinds of property care damage, such as; damp, woodworm or even wet and dry rot.
The Uxbridge branch of Rentokil Property Care covers:
The Uxbridge team are here to provide the highest quality services to any home in and around the Uxbridge area. To get your property the best treatment, contact our experts today about getting yourself a detailed survey report; providing you with the best possible treatments for your particular property care issue.
The Property Care Association (PCA) represents specialists who can be trusted to resolve building problems including damp, rot & water penetration.
Your local Uxbridge team provide any size organisation with fast, effective and discreet treatments for the most common of property care issues. Book yourself a survey today to get expert advice and specialist treatment for your commercial property. Commercial properties in Uxbridge are prone to a number or different property care issues due to the diverse mix of historic and refurbished buildings.
The Property Care Uxbridge team of surveyors and technicians always strive to provide their customers with the best quality, local property care services with the complete backing of a trusted nationwide company. The Uxbridge Branch of Rentokil Property Care provides you with:
Homes of any age, size or style can be at risk of damage from woodworm, rot and damp. These kinds of problems tend be more noticeable in older properties, such as, Medieval, Victorian and early 20 Century buildings or those that have been re purposed or refurbished over time.
Although the River Pinn runs through Uxbridge joining the Frays River, the area is more likely to suffer flood damage from surface water flooding (flash flooding after intensive rainfall) than flooding from its rivers.
The summer of 2014 saw an intense rain storm in which 46mm fell within less than 2 hours. This led to widespread surface flooding in Ruislip, Ickenham, Northolt, Hillingdon and Harrow – with the A40 at Hillingdon Circus closed due to flooding. Months after flooding has occurred and the waters have retreated, damp may no longer be visible. Yet moisture levels in some timbers within a property, can remain high enough (above about 20%) for dry rot to decay the wood.
Whether its timber treatment, rising damp treatment or woodworm treatment, the nationally recognised 'Certified Surveyors in Remedial Treatment' (CSRT) qualification reinforces the fact that our experts are fully qualified to handle any property care issue. With over 60 years experience we can assure you that theres nothing our experts haven't already seen.