Shaw Preservations
  • 1 Tattenham Grove
    Tattenham Corner
    Epsom
    KT18 5QW
Shaw Preservations are independent damp surveyors in Epsom and Ewell. Call them today for a survey if you suspect damp, dry rot, woodworm etc. They also provide pre house purchase surveys to meet your needs.

Shaw Preservations 

Damp proofing, condensation control, flood remediation, dry rot and woodworm specialists in Epsom and Ewell

Established in 1974, Shaw Preservations are experienced and qualified surveyors who provide a wide range of services to domestic and commercial customers.

Boasting a high quality service, expertise and honesty, the knowledgeable team will obtain details of the damp problem before carrying out a survey and offering their professional recommendations.

If you have problems with damp, call today to book an inspection.

Shaw Preservations

01737 851178

Sort out your damp property issues


 Services Provided by Shaw Preservations

Shaw Preservations carry out a wide range of surveys:

Homeowners

If you are experiencing damp in your home. Shaw Preservations can carry out anything from single wall to whole house inspections.

Pre-purchase

Don’t buy a property without getting a survey.  Shaw Preservations carry out whole house inspections or just individual rooms.

Heritage and Listed Buildings

As qualified surveyors, Shaw Preservations appreciate that listed buildings were built differently and can identify external defects that may cause dampness as well as any internal problems caused by woodworm, fungal decay timber rot etc.  Issuing a formal written report with recommendations, they can also give a quotation for any work or treatment required.

Basement and Cellar Waterproofing

Shaw Preservations are approved installers of cavity drain membranes and members of the Structural Waterproofing Group.  If you are converting a cellar or basement into a more useable space, call the team today for waterproofing services.

Flooding

Shaw Preservations offer expert advice and instructions on what to do in the unfortunate event of flooding in your home or business.

Expert Advice

There may be an occasion where you want to carry out the work yourself.  If this is the case, give the team a call for expert advice only.

What will your survey contain? 

Shaw Preservations carry out surveys looking for damp, wet rot, dry rot, woodworm, hoop iron, wall ties and more and on completion will produce a full written survey report containing: 

  • Observations and photographs (internal and external)
  • Conclusions
  • Recommendations for other contractors e.g. where the reason for the damp is due to guttering
  • Recommendations for the homeowners to carry out
  • A quotation
  • Sketch plan of the treatment area
  • Any limitations and restrictions
  • Terms and conditions

Call today to arrange an inspection or to speak to a member of the knowledgeable team. 

Shaw Preservations

Ensure your property is safe from water


Accreditations

Shaw Preservations are proud members of:

  • British Wood Preservation & Damp-proofing Association
  • Property Care Association
  • Structural Waterproofing Group
  • Guarantee Protection Insurance Company
  • Governments approved scheme
  • Surrey Trading Standards Approved list

Why Choose Shaw Preservations?

It’s simple …..

  • You can rest assured that you are dealing with approved contractors
  • All staff are trained to the highest standards and are 100% qualified
  • Standards of practice and procedures are continually monitored and maintained to the highest level
  • All surveyors and operatives are CRB checked
  • The company has grown from strength to strength


If you would like even more information on the services provided by Shaw Preservations, call them today – the team are very helpful and will be happy to answer any questions.

01737 851178

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