Within the old county town of Middlesex, Gunnersbury Park has lost its original house, while the Jacobean mansion of Boston Manor has survived. Those of you fortunate enough to retain some traditional features in your properties will appreciate the value of timber – and particularly in wooden floors.
The natural grain provides class and beauty; they are durable and easy to keep clean, so score highly on hygiene.
And you can view them as an investment that adds value to home, pub, office, school, restaurant or retail outlet. Gaining character as they get older, they merit a premium to comparable properties, as estate agents will testify.
So if your floors are underperforming, it’s time to banish greyness, marks and damage. Have your floor repaired and restored by a professional floor sanding company.
We provide the complete wood floor repair and restoration service in Brentford.
Rely on us for the best advice and treatment – based on our twenty years of sanding floorboards. We have restored all kinds of floors – from hardwood boards to parquet blocks. Whatever the level of their condition, we provide all you will require: repairs to damaged timber; gaps filled to prevent draughts; staining for the colour to match your decor.
Sanding removes old layers of paint and sealants – to leave a bare surface ready for a fresh protection of lacquer for wear; hardwax or oil for traditional beauty.
A dusty and messy job? No need to fear as modern sanding is virtually dust free. As for disruption and closure, ask us about our flexible working – at weekends or even overnight. We’ll adapt to your schedule to minimise inconvenience and loss of business.
For period floors, as in parquet floor sanding, we strive for an authentic finish by sourcing original materials from reclaimed suppliers. With the blocks to match - and superior floor products and techniques, your new floor may be superior to the original.
So ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll work to create a beautiful floor that will enhance your property - and do its job for years to come.
Call us now for the complete wood floor refinishing service throughout Brentford.
* 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.*
* For a truly professional job throughout Brentford.
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
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Useful facts about Brentford:
An up-and-coming area, with lots of new apartment blocks along the river and around the marina, as well as on the site of former gasworks near the old docks. A riverside flat costs in the region of £350 000, while the ‘70s Brentford Dock estate is cheaper and a good choice for first-time buyers. Elsewhere there are streets of attractive Victorian terraces, and in the centre of the town around the Butts, some fine and quite large Georgian properties.
Standing at the confluence of the rivers Brent and Thames, Brentford is steeped in history. In 1016, Edmund Ironside defeated King Canute there, and in 1642 during the Civil War, Prince Rupert defeated two Parliamentarian cavalry regiments at the Battle of Brentford.
A notable family from Brentford was the 18th/19th century architectural father and son partnership, the Hardwicks. Thomas Hardwick Senior (1725–1798) and Thomas Hardwick Junior (1752–1829) were both from Brentford and are buried in the old church of St Laurence. Hardwick Senior was the master mason for the Adam Brothers disambiguation needed] during the construction of Syon House. Hardwick Junior assisted in the building of Somerset House and was known for his designs of churches in the capital.
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