Damp Proofing & Timber Treatment

By: Preservation Treatments Ltd.  05/01/2011
Keywords: Damp Proofing, rendering, dry rot

 

Established in 1972, Preservation Treatments Ltd (PTL) was founded with the aim of providing a professional yet competitive service to both the domestic and commercial sectors. We are Specialist Contractors & Remedial Surveyors and cover London & South Eastern England.

PTL specialise in the following areas:

-         BASEMENT WATERPROOFING & CONVERSIONS

-         TANKING

-         SPECIALIST REPLASTERING

-         CONDENSATION

-         RISING DAMP

-         WOODWORM

-         DRY ROT

-         BESPOKE STRUCTURAL REPAIRS

Preservation Treatments Limited is a founder member of the Guarantee Protection Trust scheme (now GPI) as well as being Trustmark Approved, CHAS Accredited and Building Register Approved. Our Surveyors are all qualified to CSRT, CSSW or CTIS standards, and have years of practical experience and local knowledge to go with these qualifications.

We believe we offer a 1 Class service together with competitive pricing. By coupling our service standards to GPI you can be assured that you will always receive a professional service with the safeguard of having Guaranteed Protection Insurance in place to cover our work.

We are proud of our team and the work we do and welcome your enquiries, for further information please refer to our sales literature and website (), where you can learn more about us, view case studies and book surveys.

Keywords: Basement Conversion, Basement Conversions, Basement Tanking, Basement Water Proofing, Cavity Drainage Membrane, Cellar Waterproofing, Condensation, Damp Control, Damp Proof Course, Damp Proof Membrane, Damp Proofing, Damp Survey, Damp Treatment, dry rot, Flood Repair, Lateral Restraints, property preservation, rendering, Rising Damp, Specialist Replastering, Specialist Waterproofing, Tanking, Timber Decay, Timber Repairs, Timber Treatments, wall ties, Wet Rot, wood worm, woodworm treatment

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