In Enfield, where memories are etched into wooden grains, we humbly offer a touch of renewal with our budget-friendly floor sanding and wood floor restoration, reconnecting spaces to their storied past.
Time To Respect Your Wooden Floors
Enfield may now represent archetypal north London suburbia but areas remain of the Royal Hunting Forest of Enfield Chase. Abundant local timber spurred the development of timber-framed buildings. Although few timber frames now remain in the borough, the building tradition continues in wooden floors.
The durability and natural beauty of wood is still unrivalled. Hardwood floors are a timeless feature that offers assurance and class: few experiences surpass the first view of a finely polished wooden floor. And they represent a fine investment that repays looking after and invariably adds value to a property.
Sadly, too many now have their charms concealed under carpet or are neglected to a shabby remnant of their former glory. Yet modern sanding is a simple process that can restore your floors – whether at home or in business premises – to their original freshness.
Parquet floors are also in line with our increasingly health-conscious age, being hygienic, unlike the bug-hiding properties of carpets, easy to keep clean and simple to maintain.
Allow us to transform your old, worn and tired wooden floors into beautiful, stunning features that you’ll be proud to display in your home or business.
For a professional job in Enfield, call us today!
Why repairing your wooden floors?
Sanding or stripping is a technique that strips off the old layer of sealant (lacquer or varnish) back to smooth bare wood. It can be performed on all kinds of floors: solid wood, whether hardwood (oak, beech or walnut) or softwood (pine, yew or Douglas fir); parquet blocks; mosaic and even cork.
once sanded, a floor can be given a natural stain to enhance its original grain or coloured to fit in with the décor of your home.
The final stage is to seal the new floor to protect the surface and give a long lasting, hard-wearing finish – one that will provide years of service.
For professional floor refinishing & renovation service in Enfield – call us today!
Reasons That Set Us Apart!
The beautiful Enfield Borough is located in North London, UK. Its residential part is located mainly in Western Part plus the areas have plenty of modern shopping centres. The modern undergrounds line of Piccadilly connects Enfield to central London areas plus all Heathrow airport terminals. Currently there are four metro stations in this borough: Southgate, Cockfosters, Oakwood and Arnos Grove. Also for those preferring to travel by own transport North Circular and M25 are very conveniently located within the borough. The most important museum in this area is the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture and Forty Hall Manor where local residents and tourists can have amazingly pleasant time. The area is consisted and known for its high class private schools which help to establish the area as an educational authority of this very popular and desired London’s district.
Enfield floor sanding services cover the following areas and postcodes:
Postcodes: EN1, EN2, EN3, EN4, EN5, EN6 EN7, EN8, EN9, EN10, EN11
Floor Sanding in Bush Hill Park; Eastern parts of Bulls Cross, Enfield Town and Forty Hill
Wood Floor Repair in Botany Bay, Clay Hill, Crews Hill; Western parts of Bulls Cross and Parquet Floor Restoration in Enfield
Wooden Floor Restoration in Chase, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, Enfield Highway and Enfield Island
Floorboards Sanding in Village, Enfield Lock, Enfield Wash, Ponders End and Hadley Wood
Floor Sanding and Polishing in Cockfosters, Cheshunt, Waltham Abbey, Broxbourne, Hoddesdon
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Here are some top tips on how to sand a wooden floor.
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How to do it?
1. Start with a completely empty room and open all the windows to keep the area well-ventilated. Close internal doors and seal them with tape to keep dust from pervading the whole house while you work.
2. Prise-up any damaged boards by inserting a wide-bladed chisel between them. Replace any broken boards as necessary. Screw down any loose boards into the battens beneath and fill-in any knots or areas of minor damage with wood filler.
3. Check the floor carefully for any raised nails. Use a nail punch to re-set any nails that stand proudly so that they are flush with the flooring again.
4. Now you can move on to sand the floor. Before you start, put on your face mask so that you don’t inhale the fine dust that this process generates. Begin sanding with coarse grade sanding sheets to get rid of any rough patches and smooth out your repairs.
Move the sander back and forth across the floor in a diagonal pattern to make sure that you cover the whole surface evenly. Be sure to overlap each pass so that ruts don’t form in the floorboards.
5. Change the sanding sheets to fine grade ones and repeat the process so that you end up with a nice, smooth floor.
6. Use the edging sander to work around the perimeter of the room, using the sandpaper grades as you did for the main area.
7. When you’ve finished sanding, vacuum the whole room to get rid of any dust. Finally, use white spirit on an old cloth to wipe over the floor. This will lift off any remaining fine dust and will also shift any grease and dirt.
8. Finish off the job by applying a suitable finishing product to the floor. Use a roller to achieve an even coverage, allowing the first coat to soak into the floor before then applying a second coat. Allow the product to soak-in overnight.