Floor sanding in London: Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton, Hampton, Richmond, Twickenham, Hampton Court, Sunbury on Thames, Putney,Teddington, Wimbledon, Surrey and other surrounding areas.
We are experienced in all aspects of wood floor sanding and polishing and we pride ourselves on the quality of our floor sanding craftsmanship.
Refinishing your wood floors does not have to turn your home into a dusty mess.
Our Lägler Hummel and Bona machines are state of the art, creating minimal dust and disturbance to your interiors. They are able to sand faster and more efficiently than other models so you are back living on your floors faster and enjoy the benefits of your new smoothly surfaces. All floors can be sanded to achieve the desired look. Best of all quality flooring will not only look great, but save you money in the long run. Once completed our flooring needs minimum maintenance and will keep your home looking great for many years to come. When floors need a little help but not a complete sand and refinish, a buff and recoat might be the best choice.
Your satisfaction is our priority and you can be certain your job will be completed efficiently and to the best standard.
Revitalize your floors with a buff and recoat. This process involves the light sanding of the top layer of your flooring. No wood is removed and only a small amount of the old finish. After the sanding, 1 or 2 coats of Hardwax Oil or Varnish are applied. The end result is a floor restored to its original beauty. The buff and recoat will accomplish the following:
Our customer has asked us to refinish his beautiful oak floor with possible natural look and absolutely no sheen whatsoever.
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For the truly authentic and original look, we have decided use this time Bona Natural Traffic varnish.
We have recently completed a project in a restaurant located in Hampton.
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The client has been supplied with the highest quality engineered unfinished 20mm oak floor, which was later properly sealed with 3 coats of Osmo Hardwax Oil.
This beautiful hand scraped, wire brushed and oiled oak floor has been fitted with great manner. Once we lifted up old floating floor we recognised that the subfloor is a concrete.