Tuesday, 15 May 2018
PARQUET FLOORING RESTORATION
We could transform drab and dead parquet flooring into a beautiful surface. Would you enjoy your oak herringbone or mosaic design, but continuous use caused deep scratches? We eliminate unsightly marks to create an eye-catching feature. Perhaps you have removed a carpet and found old parquet flooring, but didn't think that it could be restored? If you require replacement parquet blocks, we will refurbish with products like hardwood Merbau blocks or reclaimed pine cubes to match so.
WOODEN FLOORBOARDS RESTORATION
Often floorboards don't match since they had been hidden under the rug. Floor Sanding New Cross can make this surface a nice feature. Our floor sanding team eliminates spots of paint and other imperfections, and fixes broken boards.
Maybe your walnut floorboards are a floor surface for a while and appear dingy, and need bringing back to life again? After floor sanding, 1 alternative (There are a lot more choices from staining,
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE RESTORATION
Unfortunately, a home may suffer structural damage. Here at Floor Sanding New Cross we could include any structural wood and planks which need replacing from the recovery, before installing high-quality flooring. It's essential to remember though, prior to recovery, your room has to be entirely empty, and you ought to protect furniture in adjacent rooms out of dust -- it can sometimes be a messy job! Having said that our dust extraction on the machines is second to none, and we always completely clean up after ourselves.
WHATEVER THE SURFACE, WE HAVE A SOLUTION
We'll tailor our service so that you're completely satisfied with the outcome no matter what surface you must work with.
There is really no reason to reside with drab wood flooring, when at Floor Sanding New Cross we can bring your wooden flooring, or older floorboards respectfully back to life to change the room.
With free no-obligation quotes available, why not see how inexpensive it might be for you to have beautiful flooring?
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