Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in West Ealing, W13?


This was still a semi rural area of market gardens and orchards in the mid 19th century. Stunning Floor Sanding Quote in West Ealing W13 It later became known for donkey and pony races, while the Ealing Lawn Tennis Club was the nurturing ground for three Wimbledon ladies single champions during the 1880s and 90s.

The many Victorian and Edwardian terraces have been converted into flats for today’s professionals.Astonishing dust free floor sanding services in West Ealing W13
Despite modern building developments, brick and timber remain solid and enduring. Wooden floors are the epitome of this English tradition. Whether composed of hardwood boards or parquet blocks, they combine natural beauty with durability – and hygiene with ease of maintenance.

If the floors in your property – office, theatre, gym, café, gallery or domestic building – are looking tired, worn or damaged, then you need the modern solution from a specialist floor sanding company.

Sanding Wood Floors provide the complete wooden floor repair and restoration service in West Ealing W13.

We repair and replace all damaged timber, then remove the old layers of paint and sealant by sandingDelightful Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery to smooth bare wood. A new sealant of your choice - oil, wax or lacquer - then provides a protective finish.

We offer the best advice - and use only the highest quality products. With modern improvements in floor care and restoration techniques, your new floor may well be superior to the original.

Work on period floors – such as parquet floor restoration – requires sourcing material from reclaimed timber suppliers.  We find matching blocks for a truly authentic job.

Ask us for your free assessment. With over 20 years’ West Ealing W13 Fantastic Wooden Floors Varnishingexperience in restoring wood floors from all levels of condition, we’ll give you the best advice for your particular needs. 

Call on Floor Sanding Specialists for the complete floor renovation service throughout West Ealing W13.

* A free assessment at your home
*  set prices to meet your budget
*  the best advice on repairs, restoration and sealing
*  friendly, efficient teams working to the highest standards
*  modern machinery producing minimal mess and disruption.
*  maintenance tips and advice for your restored floor
* Phone or email for a no obligation quote.*
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*For a truly professional job throughout
West Ealing W13.

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Useful facts about West Ealing:

  • West Ealing is a place in the London Borough of Ealing in west London West Ealing in its present form is less than 100 years old. In 1234 there was a hamlet called West Ealing. This name though appears to have been replaced by the name Ealing Dean at some time. West Ealing station, for example, began life in 1871 being called something else - Castle Hill & Ealing Dean Station. The Ealing Dean Name is possibly derived from 'valley' or 'denu' and the earliest reference to it goes back to 1456. It appears on a Parish map of Ealing dated 1777. Most of what is now West Ealing at this time was open countryside and fields. Houses in the area were only to be found at Ealing Dean, Drayton Green and Castle Bear Hill (now called Castlebar Hill).

  • There was an important road running east/west through the area which later became known as the Uxbridge Road. The Uxbridge Road was a well used route for stagecoaches during the 19th century and the London to Banbury and Oxford coach called at the ‘Halfway House' pub in West Ealing. The pub is still there but is now called The Broadwalk Hotel. The now defunct ‘Green Man' pub in West Ealing - now Iceland - was a carters' stopping place with stabling, reputedly, for a hundred horses.

  • In 1234 there was a hamlet called West Ealing. This name though appears to have been replaced by the name Ealing Dean at some time. West Ealing station, for example, began life in 1871 being called something else - Castle Hill & Ealing Dean Station. The Ealing Dean Name is possibly derived from 'valley' or 'denu' and the earliest reference to it goes back to 1456. It appears on a Parish map of Ealing dated 1777. Most of what is now West Ealing at this time was open countryside and fields. Houses in the area were only to be found at Ealing Dean, Drayton Green and Castle Bear Hill (now called Castlebar Hill).

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