Authentic wood floors could make any room, commercial or business space classy and homey. Of course, to maintain the great good looks of the wood, consistent maintenance is required. Our Watford based company handles all types of wood floor restoration projects. We have years of hard floor renovation work to lean on, expert staff and loyal customers, satisfied with the high-quality finishing results we’ve provided. As simple as it sounds, we find inspiration in the results of our work – beautifully restored wooden floors.
What is Floor Sanding
The main idea behind floor sanding is removing a surface layer of the wooden floors, using professional dust-free sanding equipment and years of experience. Stripping and levelling the timber surface is the main part of the wood floor restoration process. The next important stage is the finishing and recoating with a selected by our client's sealant or recommended by us. They included sealing with a lacquer or hard wax oil. Various sanding equipment is used for each and every stage, usually, experts tend to use a belt sander and edger sanders as the most suitable equipment. For the finishing stage, a touch of a buffing machine will help provide additional smoothness to the floors.
Floor Repairs in Watford
If you are planning any kind of wood floor repairs, it’s mandatory to select the right company for the assignment. Online tutorials and videos mustn’t be trusted unless you want to ruin your floor. You can’t become an expert in sanding just like that, it takes time and efforts. It’s wiser to trust us and let our experienced professionals create a gorgeous piece of art in your living room or office space.
Our Service is Dust Free
A considerable advantage of our work is the use of dust-free sanding equipment, which guarantees that the rooms will be clean and tidy right after the works. That way the client will spare himself some additional efforts and stress, plus some much appreciated time and cash. It’s quite common for certain areas of the floor to need some additional attention. Our sanding experts will help you with any unforeseen refitting, replacing or repairing. We offer stain, sealing, polishing and recoating services as well, usually combining those in moderate-cost packages.
We Restore Hardwood, Engineered & Parquet Flooring
Each type of wood has its specs, so the techniques and sanding approach may differ too. Solid wood – any restoration of this timber can lead to expansion and wood damage, especially if it happens to be left unsealed for longer. Fast work and expert hands are a must.
Engineered flooring is considered a great alternative of the hardwood, due to its natural looks and are pretty resistant to environmental factors, moisture and heat for example. The one flaw we should absolutely have in mind is the thinner top layer, which does not allow any approach to floor sanding.
Parquet floor sanding can be tricky to handle, due to the various direction of the wood grain, Even so, our personal guarantees exceptional results. Floor boards are tricky and challenging as well, as they require high-level training and skills. Unpleasant assets you may get with them are bugs and worms hidden in between the boards, therefore it’s not recommended as the most hygienic option. In case you have any additional questions about our company, talk to our support team at 020 70360625 and they will be happy to assist you with your query.
School Flooring Services in Watford
Tailored approach and more robust service are offered to schools and educational establishments in Watford. We, as contractors specialising in school floor sanding, can deploy a large number of sanding equipment and teams to complete school restoration projects in a shorter time. We have 7 days of availability a week and offer night works as well. Our flooring services for schools are meant to help improve the condition of floors suffering a lot from regular movements like gymnasiums or school halls. On top of this, we can provide you with a free site visit and quote to check the condition of the floors in your school and advice on the best way to approach a school floor restoration.