Please contact us to find out our charges.
Usually within 48 hours of your phone call.
Around 30 to 45 minutes on average.
Telephone our offices at your convenience and our staff will be happy to book a work date and address any queries you may have.
All chemicals used are approved under the Health & Safety Executive, and subject to stringent scrutiny under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations.
Our surveyor will visit the property to ascertain the extent and costs of any extra works, this will be passed onto you before any further works are undertaken.
We are main contractors to many Housing Associations, Local Authorities and large commercial companies. Such organisations have very high standards of expectations from their contractors. This is a record that we are rightly very proud of. See our customer comments page.
All damp proofing and timber treatment works come with Central Conservation's own fully comprehensive guarantee, plus the option of an independant insurance backed guarantee.
An independent insurance backed guarantee will give you extra peace of mind and is also now highly recommended by mortgage lenders.
It is possible to transfer your guarantee to the new owners of the property. Please contact us for further information.
Yes, we are. Membership of the British Wood Preserving & Damp Proofing Association (BWPDA / PCA) insures that Central Conservation are accredited to the highest level of workmanship and company procedures. Many mortgage lenders insist on only instructing a company with BWPDA membership.
It will contain our recommendations for any remedial works that may be required, plus their associated costs. Central Conservation's report will also contain details of any other relevant ancillary works to be carried out by others.
When your survey is booked with us, we will inform you of the surveyor's name. Upon arrival at your property the surveyor who will be in an Central Conservation sign written vehicle, will be required to produce their company ID card for you.
Telephone, e-mail or fax us and let us know – we are here to help you.