Approved by the PCA as specialists in our trade
Damp, Woodworm Infestations, Wet Rot, Dry Rot, Condensation and Building Defects. Surveys are carried out in accordance with The British Standards Code of Practice and are compiled in comprehensive, detailed and edited reports.
Our specialist repairs are only taken by experienced and fully qualified remedial technicians and are fully covered by an Insurance Guarantee.
We provide professional reports and repair solutions for; Damp, Woodworm Infestations, Wet Rot, Dry Rot, Condensation and Building Defects.
We provide professional damp reports and use experienced tradesmen to undertake repairs.
We provide professional timber reports and use experienced tradesmen to undertake repairs.
We provide professional structural reports and use experienced tradesmen to undertake repairs.
We are independent insurance claim specialists dealing with loss adjusters and insurance claims.
At Dryfix our team is a group of experienced specialists who are not only PCA Trained Technicians but who are all apprentice trained tradesmen. This means each individual aspect of your project is undertaken by the right people for the job.
All projects no matter how large or small will inevitably involve various trades and having our own inhouse trades with a wealth of knowledge and experience is key to ensuring your project is completed on schedule, on budget and to a high standard. Our team are constantly improving their skills attending training courses ensuring our knowledge is improved and refined as often as possible.
Excellent service and a very good, comprehensive report. The problems were clearly explained, including causes and available solutions. I would not heistate to recommend a survey by Dryfix.
Very good workmanship and also very tidy.
Would definately use them again.
We needed to have a very old chimney breast to be removed, more to the point half a chimney breast removed. The lower half had been removed to make way for a staircase many years ago. Once the outer plaster and inner rubble was removed in turned out the entire gable end of the house was balanced on ancient woodwork and what we think was the old hearth stone from the upstairs fire place. So in o...