Floor Sanding, Solid, Parquet & Laminate Floor Fitting
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Restoration of 3 strip engineered flooring is a very delicate task. It requires a lot of experience and attention to detail. This Clapham Junction maple flooring now once again shows it's beauty.
The sports hall at Malmesbury Primary School was looking very tired and dirty. After our brilliant restoration the parquet flooring looks like newly laid. We also painted the white sports lines for the court.
The beautiful parquet at the Essex Church was in need of a restoration. Our team carefuly sanded, buffed, gap filled and lacquered the floor. We used very durable solvent based lacquer - Junckers Professional 625 in matt sheen.
Our clients from Central London were impressed with the beauty of their darkened and matt wood floor we achieved thanks to professional sanding, staining, sealing with lacquer.
This in-depth and challenging professional sanding, repair, gap filling, and staining project resulted in beautiful, durable, and highly protected pine wood floors in Clapham.
One of the constants when it comes to style is the oak flooring. In this occasion, our team was tasked with installing this beautiful engineered flooring in Uxbridge.
One of our recent projects involved installing fitting 25 sq.m. of pine flooring, which then had to be sanded, buffed, stained, and lacquered. All in all, it was a beautifully executed transformation of this Central London property.
The challenge in front of our team this time was this beautiful Hampstead Heath house and its parquet flooring. Our team had to strip the old finish, fill any gaps visible, and lacquer the parquet.
Does your wood flooring look tired and distressed? Have you considered refreshing it with a sanding procedure? This Uxbridge project is the latest addition to our portfolio. After our intervention, the floor looks as good as new!
Our sanding team was tasked with taking care of a teak and pine parquet flooring in an Acton property. The old stripping was removed, the gaps were filled with sawdust and resin, and the client chose a hardwearing lacquer to top off the procedure.