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School floor replacement case study
School floor replacement case study
20 Aug 2010
This is a case study about a recent contract that involved replacing a complete school hall floor.

NEW! Condensation Products video
NEW! Condensation Products video
22 Apr 2010
Our new Condensation Products Mould treatment video is now live!

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Rising Damp, Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Woodworm Control

Building Preservation

At Cook Group we have over 44 years (yes 44!) experience in dealing with damp and timber problems in buildings. We work with all kinds of properties, new and old, as well as having a proven track record in treating historic buildings.

If you think your property is suffering from rising damp, penetrating damp, strange damp patches, salt crystals appearing through decorations, wood-boring insects, wet rot or dry rot or uneven and bouncy floors, we can advise you on the appropriate course of action.

If you are buying a property and are concerned about damp or timber problems, our unrivalled knowledge can enable you to make an informed decision or maybe even assist you in negotiating the purchase price.

For a small fee we will carry out a damp and timber survey during the sale or purchase of your property or new home, conducted by our qualified surveyors. All of our surveyors either have or are working towards the highly-regarded qualification ‘Certified Surveyor in Remedial Treatment’. All our surveys are covered by Professional Indemnity insurance too.

Estate agents and building professionals (such as chartered surveyors, architects, engineers etc) regularly refer customers to us: a testament to our excellent reputation.

All of the chemical treatments we use are as environmentally friendly and low odour as we can possibly make them.

And remember, when it comes to Building Preservation, the bottom line is we will give you the same service, professional work and advice, whatever the job’s requirements; a small damp patch or an entire building affected by rot.

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Sub Categories
Sub Categories within Rising Damp, Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Woodworm Control category

Woodworm Treatment and Control
Woodworm Treatment and Control
All you need to know about wood boring insects and the treatment to eradicate them
Dry Rot and Wet Rot Treatment
Dry Rot and Wet Rot Treatment
This section has information on the Dry Rot and Wet Rot treatments we carry out
Damp proofing Treatment in Hull
Damp proofing Treatment in Hull
This section is all about Rising Damp, what it is, how it is caused and the various methods of treating it

Articles within Rising Damp, Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Woodworm Control category

Guarantees Guarantees This section tells you about our company guarantees and the insurance backed guarantees we offer from the GPI

Free CPD Seminars Free CPD Seminars Cook Group offer free CPD seminars to Architectural and surveying practices, Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Engineers and all associated building professionals

Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions A selection of questions we recieve on a regular basis

Downloads within Rising Damp, Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Woodworm Control category

Rising Damp Technical Paper This is our rising damp technical paper which tells you a bit about rising damp and how we treat it.


Sealing of Pavement Lights

Sealing of Pavement Lights


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Todays featured Gallery Images

Cleaning in progress
This shows the difference between the original coating and the untreated chalk stone awaiting its primer coat
Cleaning in progress

Firedoors & dry rot
Note how the outbreak has spread through a fire door
Firedoors & dry rot

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