Wood Floor Sanding
Brent

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Wood Floor Restoration, Repair & Refinishing in Brent, NW10

In properties old and new – in the home, shop and office to galleries, bars and restaurants – the natural wooden floor provides grace, beauty and durability. No other surface is so long lasting and easy to maintain.

An asset well worth care and attention. So if your floors are looking the worse for wear – whether old and tired or scratched and damaged – it’s straightforward to bring them back to life.

Floor Sanding Brent in NW2 are your choice for all floor repairs and restoration.

Wood floor restoration is a skilled job. So get the best advice from a company who have restored hundreds of floors over our twenty years in the business.

Whether hardwood boards or parquet blocks, we will complete the job to the highest level of workmanship – and with top quality materials.

  • We’ll replace or repair damaged timber;
  • remove those old layers of sealant and paint;
  • stain for a change of colour (such as lighter shade of grey or white);
  • apply the fresh protection of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.

Don’t worry about mess and disruption.

Modern sanding is efficient and virtually dust free. And any inconvenience or closure will be minimal. Ask us about our flexible working – at weekends or even overnight.

So call us today for your free assessment.

Floor Sanding Brent – for a beautiful new floor to display to friends, guests and customers.

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Brent – Some Rare Survivors

The Borough is now so much a part of north London that Wembley, Sudbury and Kingsbury show little of their past.

Late Victorian urbanisation resulted in the population of Willesden, for example, growing from 27,000 in 1881 to 184000 in 1931. The church is a lonely village survivor – with some13-14th century parts and a few good brasses.

Kingsbury offers the best feel of old Middlesex. Of its two churches in one churchyard, the old church may have Saxon remains.

The new church was relocated from the West End in 1933. Its Anglo Catholic interior has examples of the work of several of the most notable Victorian architects of the Gothic revival.

Coming more up to date, Sudbury Town and Sudbury Hill underground stations of 1932 are representative of the style of Piccadilly Line stations: functional and unpretentious, yet satisfying with their variations in the canopies and styles of windows.

What Our Clients Say!

Daniel Smith
"Floor Sanding Brent exceeded my expectations. Their attention to detail and expert craftsmanship are truly remarkable. My newly restored floors have transformed my living space."
Daniel Smith
"Floor Sanding Brent exceeded my expectations. Their attention to detail and expert craftsmanship are truly remarkable. My newly restored floors have transformed my living space."
Daniel Smith
Daniel Smith
Sophie Clark
"The team at Floor Sanding Brent made the floor restoration process effortless. They demonstrated exceptional skill, and I'm delighted with the beautiful floors they've provided."
Sophie Clark
"The team at Floor Sanding Brent made the floor restoration process effortless. They demonstrated exceptional skill, and I'm delighted with the beautiful floors they've provided."
Sophie Clark
Sophie Clark
Michael Turner
"I highly recommend Floor Sanding Brent for their professional service. They worked efficiently, and my floors now look impeccable, making my home feel refreshed."
Michael Turner
"I highly recommend Floor Sanding Brent for their professional service. They worked efficiently, and my floors now look impeccable, making my home feel refreshed."
Michael Turner
Michael Turner
Natalie Walker
"Floor Sanding Brent did an outstanding job on my hardwood floors. They brought new life to my home, and I couldn't be happier with the results."
Natalie Walker
"Floor Sanding Brent did an outstanding job on my hardwood floors. They brought new life to my home, and I couldn't be happier with the results."
Natalie Walker
Natalie Walker

Reasons That Set Us Apart!

4 facts about wooden flooring you might not know

Wooden flooring has been used in buildings for hundreds of years, as it is warm, easy to maintain and very durable. Many people have had carpets fitted in their homes for so long they are unsure about the facts surrounding wooden floors and their maintenance. Here, we take a look at some surprising facts, which might help you decide whether wooden flooring would suit your home.

Refinishing wooden floors
Just like caring for carpets, wooden floors need cleaning and maintaining; however, thanks to protective coatings a wooden floor will last much longer before it needs refreshing. In the past, people have worried about carrying out floor sanding to give their floors a new lease of life because of the dust and chemicals which were once involved. But it may come as a surprise that professionals now use water-based treatments and have dustless floor sanding technology. This also means it is much quicker and cheaper; in fact, most rooms can be completed within just one day.
Types of finishes
Many people love the older style of oil-finished floors as they have a very natural appearance, but they do need regular maintenance. In recent years, water-based floor varnishes have been developed which are fume free and last for a very long time. They are quickly becoming more common than oils as so many colours are available, and they are a much cheaper option too.
Repairing floors
It is inevitable that over time wooden floors will become damaged in places. Although many small repairs can be fixed during the floor sanding process, it is easy to repair larger areas if the floor is going to be stained. Many people panic that a floor is too badly damaged, and the right shade of wood will not be available to give a great finish. However, if the floor is to be stained, different shades of wood will soon even out to look the same.
Maintaining your flooring
Something which worries many people about wooden floors is finding the best way to keep them clean. The worst thing for wooden floors is any cleaning fluid which is bleach based, as even the smallest percentage of bleach will dull your flooring and leave it looking patchy. The best way to clean wooden flooring is to sweep it first followed by mopping with water and a few drops of ordinary household washing up liquid.

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