wood stairs sanding london
eSTABLISHED IN 1995
We set up our business in 1995. We are Members of The Guild of Master Craftsmen and take pride in our work. These days we take extra care when it comes to health and safety.
Our specialist teams, have an impressive breadth of experience, offering you the most professional service in our industry.
We draw on over 30 years of Floor Sanding experience, successfully managing and expanding our business as well as our customer base for the repeat business.
To deliver a 1st class service that remains highly competitive, we know we must constantly evolve and develop our products and services to stay ahead of our competitors.
No hidden extras with our quotes
We have qualified and experienced estimators that cover the south east of England. Our services teams work from our head office in London.
Because we are part of the “FLOOR SANDER HIRE GROUP”, our buying power and insight to the latest up to date machinery is what keeps us apart from our competitors. We boast more professional machinery than any other company in the UK.
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wood stairs sanding london & the home counties since 1995
As a carpeted connection from floor to floor, wooden staircases are all too often disregarded or taken for granted. This can be a huge waste of their potential.
A staircase, aside from its purely functional aspect, is a sleeping beauty that can be revived to take its rightful place as the focal point of your property.
Staircases are often thought to be impossible to restore due to their unusual shapes and complicated angles (difficult and too complicated).
Thorough because before sanding and finishing, old layers of paint and varnish must be removed. Because such small wooden surfaces must be worked by hand, the work is intensive.
With a fresh, clean, and perfectly disappeared staircase, you will have an incredible result that will improve your living or working space and add significant value to your property. Determine whether or not your staircase can be transformed. Request a free, no-obligation evaluation today.
If you decide to proceed, you have two main options:
• The steps and risers should be sanded and coated on the outside. The middle section is carpeted. For stairs where the sides of the treads and risers have been treated differently than their centres for years, this may be the only option. No amount of sanding will result in a uniform appearance because the “two-tone” appearance will remain.
• Leave the wood exposed and sand and coat the entire tread and risers. The risers can be coated in white for a truly stunning impression, while the treads are left under a clear lacquer to reveal the inherent grain of the wood.
We have been serving customers since 1995 in London and the Home Counties. We offer floor sanding and restoration services and will come to your home or premises to do a free consultation.
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floor sanding faqs
Yes, definitely. It is almost always the best choice to sand and refinish wood floors. This is because hardwood is so long lasting. In fact, a hardwood floor can be sanded and refinished up to ten times before it needs to be replaced.
We currently have a Special Offer on from £12 per square metre.
Hardwood floors are hygienic, practical and very stylish, they do not harbour parasites as carpets do and they are virtually maintenance-free. Very easy to clean, they do not have funky odours from the previous occupants’ pets or tobacco, wood is also a great heat conductor, cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
When sanding wood floors the amount of wood that is removed is directly related with the coarseness of the sandpaper used. With high-level coarse sandpaper that is used by professionals, about one sixth of an inch of wood is removed.
We want your varnish to give your floors year and years of protection. We do not use any of the varnishes found in D.I.Y shops or stores. We use only high-quality professional varnish produced by Leading supplier Bonakemi. It is water-based has very little odour and gives a beautiful hard-wearing finish. This varnish is sold exclusively to us direct from Bonakemi
The simple answer to that question is to decorate first. What we would ask is that the last coat of paint to go on the skirting board be applied after we have done the floor.
By the way, we also have a team of professional decorators if you would like to paint the room before sanding or installation.