Wood Floor Sanding Ealing

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Renovate Your Wooden Floors

How can you be happy… with traditional wooden floors that look tired, grey and shabby..or marked, scratched and damaged?

So don’t feel down a day longer. Wherever your floors may be – in the home, office, gallery, bar, shop or restaurant – the solution is at hand. Transformation with floor sanding and sealing from the specialists.

Floor Sanding Ealing are your choice for all floor repairs and restoration in W13. Whatever your floors need – whether they’re hardwood boards or parquet blocks – we’ll bring them back to life.

Damaged timber? We’ll repair or replace. Old sealant and paint? We’ll sand it away to a smooth surface.

New look?  We’ll stain to change the colour to match your decor. Consider the modern pale washed look of grey or Scandinavian white. Fresh protection? Choose from natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.      

And all performed with the minimum of fuss and mess. Modern sanding is virtually dustfree. We can work flexibly at weekends or even overnight to adjust to your domestic or business schedule.  

Call us today for your free assessment. You’ll get the best advice from a company who have sanded hundreds of floors for over twenty years.

EALING DOWN THE CENTURIES

Panshanger Manor was redeveloped in 1801 by one of Britain’s greatest but least heralded architects. Sir John Soane’s design for the Bank of England was sabotaged – but visitors can enjoy his good taste by sampling the many treasures in the eponymous museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields.

Several of the old Middlesex villages in the borough retain their medieval churches. Greenford has old timbers and a wooden staircase in the tower; while Northolt dates from 1300 and has a wooden gallery of around 1703.

Even more delightful is Perivale – with its small but attractive white weatherboarded tower of the early 16th century.

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What Our Clients Say!

Harry Massey
"As I write this, it's hard to believe that my floors were once in such a bad condition that I thought my floors were completely beyond repair, especially ...
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Harry Massey
"As I write this, it's hard to believe that my floors were once in such a bad condition that I thought my floors were completely beyond repair, especially as they looked as though Steptoe's Junkyard was filmed here! However, when I contacted you about replacing the whole of my floor, I thought that you wouldn't take the job on because it seemed near on impossible to fix the many problems which were apparent. When you completed work on time, my budget wasn't exceeded and my floor now looks good enough to eat off. Great work and if I need to contact someone about repairing floors in my other properties, I know who to get in touch with."
Harry Massey
Harry Massey
Rob Craddock
"A big thank you to Andrew and his team because I honestly thought my floor couldn't be repaired and that I was staring at a massive bill for ...
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Rob Craddock
"A big thank you to Andrew and his team because I honestly thought my floor couldn't be repaired and that I was staring at a massive bill for a complete replacement. My home isn't a new build. In fact, I think the deeds go back to the 1880s. Well, that must have been the last time the floor had been repaired because it was in a shocking condition! However, when you replaced them throughout our family home, I reckon that we won't have to contact you again for a very long time because they now look as though they are built to last. And it wasn't as bad as I first thought either - you managed to salvage some of the existing floor boards and match up replacements for those you did have to replace that fitted in perfectly. The result is a great looking floor and we can now finally buy the furniture which we want because we know that our floorboards can support it!"
Rob Craddock
Rob Craddock
Teresa Porter and Terry Smith
"A big, big thank you for all of your brilliant work. When we decided to have our floors sanded, we were very concerned because we didn't want this ...
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Teresa Porter and Terry Smith
"A big, big thank you for all of your brilliant work. When we decided to have our floors sanded, we were very concerned because we didn't want this to create a lot of dust and mess, as we have some rather precious family heirlooms. We shouldn't have worried because hardly any dust was generated. I don't know how you did it! The nails which were sticking out of our floorboards could have caused a lot of pain if we stood on them but, because your team knew exactly what they were doing, this is not a problem any more because they were removed and the finish was flawless. As our sanding was completed on time, the quote which you gave us was also very reasonable as well. We'll be passing on your details to our friends who want their floors sanded."
Teresa Porter and Terry Smith
Teresa Porter and Terry Smith

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Get the Scandi look with bleached floorboards
More sophisticated than painted floorboards, bleached wood floors are modern yet timelessly stylish. It’s an effect that can really enhance and open up your interiors for that natural Scandi vibe. This sophisticated effect is not difficult to achieve but is time consuming and you may prefer to leave the task to floor sanding specialists who have experience in bleaching or soaping floorboards. However, if you’re on a budget or love your DIY, this is a project that can completely transform your interiors.
First, prepare your floor
Before you can get down to the process of bleaching or sanding, you’ll need to hire some dust free floor sanding equipment so you can strip the floorboards back to the bare wood. This is the essential first step in the process and you must ensure that every scrap of the old finish is removed from the floor in order that the bleaching process is effective.
Bleach your boards
First, you must do a patch test in an inconspicuous area – don’t be tempted to skip this step as you need to know exactly how your wood flooring reacts with the bleach. You can use ordinary household bleach or opt for something more heavy duty like oxalic acid, but you must make sure that you use a mask, gloves and goggles and ventilate the room well. Next, apply a small amount of bleach to the floor and see whether it achieves the effect you want. If not, apply another thin coat. You’re likely to find that you’ll need to bleach each board two or three times to achieve the desired effect.
Soap or lime

There are a couple of alternatives to bleaching, which are particularly effective if you have pine floorboards.

  • Lye soap: this product is ideal if you have yellow pine floorboards that don’t react well to bleach. Lye soap will bleach pine and remove the orangey tone.
  • Lime-water solution: alternatively, you can rub a lime solution into the boards and then wipe the excess off. This produces a more distinct effect than bleaching and is particularly good if you want to highlight the grain in your floorboards.
Protect your floor
After you’ve invested all that time and effort into creating a sophisticated bleached or soaped floor, it’s imperative that you protect it. Whether you choose oil or water based polyurethane, opt for a matte finish to avoid your floor looking like plastic.

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