Wood Floor Sanding East Sussex
From any age and condition, we’ll create a new surface that could well surpass the original.
Expert Team of Professionals
Professional Floor Sanding in East Sussex
The guests line up. You open the door. They enter.
To be greeted by…
Your magnificent restored natural wooden floor!
Yes, wherever it may lie … whether in the home, office, bar, shop, school or museum, that shabby, marked or damaged floor can be transformed into a valuable asset worthy of your property.
By calling on the floor restoration skills of a specialist company.
Floor Sanding East Sussex are your choice for all floor repairs and resealing in TN21.
From hardwood boards to parquet blocks, we have sanded hundreds of floors over the past twenty years. Our team members – all fully-qualified – will give you the best advice; work with top quality materials; and complete the job to the highest standards.
Whatever your floors require - we do what is necessary:
- repairs and replacement of damaged timber.
- sanding away old sealant to a smooth finish.
- staining the bare wood. Consider a fresh look to your interior. Modern open-plan colours include grey and Scandinavian white.
- applying fresh sealant of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
Any age and from every level of condition
- From hardwood/engineered boards to herringbone/parquet blocks, we’ll create a new surface that could well surpass the original.
As for dust and disruption:
- we keep these to a minimum through flexible working at weekends or even overnight.
Dust free sanding work:
- Our machines have an efficient dust collection system that means
sanding will be virtually dust free.
Remnants of Sussex woodland remain in Ashdown Forest – home of Pooh and his friends. Among the larger properties in the county, wood demonstrates its enduring beauty and reliability.
Bodiam Castle retains its original wooden portcullis studded with iron spikes.
Alfriston Clergy House – a 14th century timber-framed Wealden ‘hall house’ – had the honour in 1896 of becoming the first property of the National Trust.
The two windmills at Clayton – Jack and Jill – are famous downland landmarks, while Virginia Woolf’s one time country retreat by the Ouse at Rodmell is an attractive weather-boarded cottage.
Lewes has most to offer as befits a county town. Among so much of beauty and interest is Anne of Cleves’ house – a 15th century timber-framed building built over 14th century cellars.
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