Epsom is fortunate in having a large number of surviving high quality late Stuart, Queen Anne and Georgian houses, as well as the Assembly Rooms - one of the earliest of its kind in the country. The town’s desirability came from the dual attractions of health – the famous Salts were discovered in 1618 – and the social kudos created by the races as they developed from the 1770s.
The continuity of English building is demonstrated by the way modern buildings still use traditional materials - such as timber in roofs, frames and floors. Wooden floors are still understandably popular, with their durability, beauty, hygiene and ease of maintenance.
As the only floor surface to improve with age, a floor can add class, character and value to all kinds of domestic and commercial properties.
But they do need care and attention to cope with the passing of time and feet. So if your floors – in the home, office, school, gym, club, pub or restaurant – have declined from their youthful shine to shabby middle age or more serious damage – they are ready for restoration. Floor sanding provides the means – from a professional floor sanding company.
Make us your choice for wood floor repair and refinishing in Epsom. You won't regret it!
Sanding works well on all kinds of floors – from hardwood boards to mosaic and parquet blocks. By stripping way the old sealant and paint, a new surface is ready for staining – and the final finish of lacquer, oil or hardwax.
No longer a messy and disruptive job - our modern machines ensure dust free sanding. And any closure and inconvenience will be minimal with our flexible working. An overnight or weekend job will have you back in business with little loss of time and custom.
After twenty years of sanding floorboards, we offer all the services: repairs; gaps filled; and for period floors, as in parquet floor refurbishment, an authentic finish. We source the original blocks to match – making sure that your floor will be of a standard that rivals when it was first laid down.
Ask us for a free assessment of your floors. You will get the best advice and a job to meet your budget. With the assurance of a new floor that will last – and provide great service for years to come.
Call us FREE on 08000 076 076 for the complete floor restoration service throughout Epsom.
* 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
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* For a truly professional job throughout Epsom.
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Did you know about Epsom?
Epsom is a town in the borough of Epsom and Ewell in Surrey, England. Some parts of Epsom are in the Borough of Reigate and Banstead and Mole Valley District. The town is located 13.6 miles (21.9 km) south-south-west of Charing Cross, within the Greater London Urban Area. The town lies on the chalk downland in the valley of Epsom Downs, and is home to the eponymous racecourse, which holds the world-famous Epsom Derby every year.
Epsom lies within the Copthorne hundred, an administrative division devised by the Saxons. The name of Epsom derives from Ebba's ham. Ebba was a Saxon landowner. There were a string of settlements, many ending in -ham, along the northern slopes of the Downs, including Effingham, Bookham, and Cheam. The only relic from this period is a 7th century brooch found in Epsom and now in the British Museum.
Epsom Clock Tower was built in 1847, replacing the watchhouse which stood from the 17th century, and was built to 70 feet of red and suffolk brick, with heraldic lions of Caen Stone at the four corners of the tower base. A bell was added in 1867. By 1902 the lions had been replaced by lanterns, (which were replaced by the current globe lights in 1920) and the toilet buildings added either side of the tower.
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