If you are looking to restore an existing wooden floor to its natural beauty then Hampton Wood Floors can provide the expertise that you require. We can renovate all types of wooden flooring and carry out necessary specialist repairs.
Our restoration services include:
We ensure the best possible quality finish to your wood floor. We have restored many different wooden floors, varying in wood species, design and size.
If you buy a house with wood floors or if you find an original old wood floor under carpet, you may find some of the flooring is damaged and some kind of wood floor restoration is required. Restorating a floor is often a better choice than replacing the entire floor, because it costs less, it does not make as much mess and it takes less time. The advantage of old wooden floors over the other types of floor is that it can be restored to its former glory. We can restore all types of wooden floors no matter what condition they are in.
Wood Floor Restoration involves:
If you are looking to restore an existing wooden floor to its natural beauty then Hampton Wood Floors can provide the expertise that you require. We can renovate all types of wooden flooring and carry out necessary repairs or replace any damaged floor.
For further information and advice regarding the floor services we provide, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our customer has asked us to refinish his beautiful oak floor with possible natural look and absolutely no sheen whatsoever.
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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.