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Welcome to Priority Preservations & Maintenance

Property Preservation and Maintenance Services in Bristol, Gloucestershire

With expertise in a wide range of property preservation services, and a reputation for fantastic customer service, Priority Preservations and Maintenance have been working with customers from all walks of life ensure their properties are safe, comfortable and healthy to be in.

Our property preservation services range from waterproofing your basement all the way to your roof, and fixing any leaky tiles or replacing worn out felt. All our experts have been working in their relevant industries for a number of years and are happy to pass on that advice and make sure you as the customer, know exactly what is happening from the initial inspections all the way through to finalising any work.

Whether your a business or a home owner our range of property preservation and maintenance services will help you to make the most out of your property. At Priority Preservation and Maintenance we've been working with customers to ensure that the highest levels of quality are provided and we strive to ensure that our customers fully understand what the problems are and how we can work together to fix them. We can offer a range of guarantees depending on what kind of work is necessary.

We always offer friendly help and advice, so don't wait. Whether you want to know more about what we can offer you, or want to discover more about our competitive prices, give us a call today.

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What is wet rot?

Wet rot is a general term used to describe a variety of wet rot species responsible for wet rot. High moisture levels around wood provide the ideal breading ground for wet rot spores.

What is dry rot?

Dry rot is wood decay caused by certain species of fungi that digest parts of the wood which give the wood strength and stiffness

What is condensation?

Condensation is caused by water vapour always present in the air- even though it may not be visible. As the air becomes colder, it is unable to hold and absorb all of the water vapour present and it will become saturated...Read More

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