West Sussex has serious claims to be England’s most heavily-wooded county. The extensive oak and beech woods of the Western Weald provided timber for great houses such as Petworth and Goodwood. The surviving more modest black and white timber-framed buildings remind us of the building skills of our medieval forebears.
This great building tradition is continued today by wooden floors. Such floors often never realise their potential: whether painted, covered over or just neglected. Yet a careful wood floor restoration in West Sussex can work wonders. Old layers of paint and varnish can be removed and replaced with a modern hardwearing finish. The transformed floor will enhance your home and prove a wonderful investment.
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Useful facts about West Sussex:
West Sussex is a county in the south of England, bordering East Sussex (with Brighton and Hove), Hampshire and Surrey. The county of Sussex has been divided into East and West since the 12th century, and obtained separate county councils in 1888, but it remained a single ceremonial county until 1974 and the coming into force of the Local Government Act 1972. At the same time the Mid Sussex region (including Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and East Grinstead) was transferred from East Sussex.
The foundation of the Kingdom of Sussex is recorded by the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle for the year AD 477, it says that Ælle arrived at a place called Cymenshore in three ships with his three sons and killed or put to flight the local inhabitants. The foundation story is regarded as somewhat of a myth by most historians, although the archaeology suggests that Saxons did start to settle in the area in the late 5th century. The Kingdom of Sussex was absorbed into Wessex as an earldom and became the county of Sussex, and the county of Sussex was eventually split into the counties of East and West Sussex.
Most settlements in West Sussex are either along the south coast or in Mid Sussex, near the M23/A23 corridor. The town of Crawley is the largest in the county with an estimated population of 107,061. The coastal settlement of Worthing closely follows with a population of 100,200 . The seaside resort of Bognor Regis and market town Horsham are both large towns. Chichester, the county town, has a cathedral and city status, and is situated not far from the border with Hampshire. Other towns of a similar size are Burgess Hill, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath in the Mid Sussex district, Littlehampton in the Arun district, and Lancing, Southwick and Shoreham in the Adur district.
Our floor sanding and finishing services cover the following areas in West Sussex:
Alfriston | Amberley | Angmering | Ansty | Ardingly | Arlington | Arundel | Ashburnham Place | Ashington | Ashurst | Balcombe | Barcombe | Barnham | Battle | Beckley | Bepton | Bexhill on Sea | Bexhill-on-Hill | Bexhill-on-Sea | Billingshurst | Birling Gap | Blackboys | Bognor Regis | Bolney | Bosham | Bracklesham | Bracklesham Bay | Bramber | Brighton | Brighton & Hove | Burgess Hill | Burpham | Burwash | Bury | Camber | Chailey | Charlton | Chichester | Chiddingly | Chidham | Chilgrove | Climping | Colgate | Compton | Cooden | Copsale | Copthorne | Countywide | Cowbeech | Cowden | Cowfold | Crawley | Crowborough | Crowhurst | Cuckfield | Danehill | Ditchling | Duncton | Eartham | East Chiltington | East Dean | East Grinstead | East Hoathly | Eastbourne | Elsted | Etchingham | Exceat | Fairlight | Felpham | Fernhurst | Findon | Firle | Fishbourne | Fittleworth | Fletching | Fontwell | Ford | Forest Row | Framfield | Furner's Green | Gatwick | Gatwick Airport | Goodwood | Graffham | Hailsham | Halland | Halnaker | Hartfield | Haslemere | Hassocks | Hastings | Haywards Heath | Heathfield | Henfield | Herstmonceux | Heyshott | Hickstead | Holtye | Horam | Horsham | Horsted Keynes | Houghton | Hove | Hurst Green | Hurstpierpoint | Icklesham | Ifield | Jevington | Kingston | Kirdford | Lancing | Lewes | Lickfold | Litlington | Little Horsted | Littlehampton | Lodsworth | Lurgashall | Mannings Heath | Maplehurst | Mayfield | Midhurst | Newhaven | Newick | Normans Bay | North Walsham | Northiam | Nutbourne | Nuthurst | Nyetimber | Offham | Old Heathfield | Oving | Partridge Green | Patching | Peacehaven | Peasmarsh | Petworth | Pevensey | Piddinghoe | Plumpton | Polegate | Portslade | Poynings | Pulborough | Pyecombe | Ridgewood | Ringmer | Robertsbridge | Rottingdean | Rowhook | Rudgwick | Rushlake Green | Rusper | Rustington | Rye | Saltdean | Seaford | Sedlescombe | Selsey | Sharpthorne | Shipley | Shoreham | Shottermill | Sidlesham | Sinfold | Singleton | Slinfold | Sompting | South Harting | Southwick | St Leonards | St. Leonards On Sea | St. Leonards-On-Sea | Staplecross | Stedham | Steyning | Storrington | Three Leg Cross | Ticehurst | Tillington | Turners Hill | Uckfield | Upper Dicker | Wadhurst | Walberton | Walderton | Warbleton | Warnham | Warninglid | Wartling | West Chiltington | West Hoathly | West Wittering | Westfield | Wick | Wilmington | Winchelsea | Wineham | Wisborough Green | Withyham | Worthing | Yapton
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