Even in an area well known as typifying the 21st century shopping experience, wooden floors still have so much to offer. Their sheen and natural grain enhances all kinds of domestic and commercial properties; from offices, bars and restaurants to shops and cafes.
They attract customers with their beauty, class and refinement - and withstand all that pressure of relentless feet. Yet they are also easy to keep clean and more hygienic than other surfaces.
Regular maintenance will prolong their life – but wear will take its toll. So when your floors have become dull, grey, scratched or damaged, it’s time to take action. Bring them back to a worthy condition - with wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist floor sanding company.
Make your floors in Brent Cross NW2 come alive with wood floor refinishing and polishing services from Sanding Wood Floors.
By sanding away the accumulated layers of dirt, paint or sealant back to bare wood, we can effect a change of colour – by staining – and then finish with the fresh protection of lacquer, hardwax or natural oil.
With our twenty years’ experience of restoring all kinds of floor – from hardwood boards to parquet blocks - we offer all you will need. Every last detail is seen to – including repairs to damaged timber and gaps filled.
Rest assured that disruption and mess will be kept to a minimum. Our machines provide sanding that is virtually dustfree, while we offer flexible hours – weekends or overnight - to suit your schedule. Any closure and loss of business will be limited to only a short time.
For period floors – such as mosaic, herringbone and parquet floor restoration – we replace any damaged timber with authentic reclaimed materials. The result will be a new floor that may even surpass the original.
Call us today for a free assessment of your floor. You’ll get the best advice and a floor that will last and stay looking good – to the delight of your guests and customers.
Sanding Wood Floors – your floor sanding company working throughout Brent Cross NW2.
* 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 in Brent Cross NW2 – contact us today!
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
For a truly professional job in Brent Cross NW2 - contact us today!
Did you know about Brent Cross?
Brent Cross is an area of north London, in the London Borough of Barnet. It is located near the A41 Brent Cross Flyover over the A406 North Circular Road. Brent Cross is best known for its shopping centre and the proposed Brent Cross Cricklewood development. Brent Cross is in the London Borough of Barnet and contains the Brent Cross Shopping Centre. The area takes its name from an old crossroads near the River Brent and is not in the London Borough of Brent (that local authority lies to the west of the nearby A5 Edgware Road). It has no specific boundaries but in general only premises west of the Brent Cross Flyover, east of the M1 motorway and close to the North Circular are described as being in Brent Cross.
"Brent Cross" was originally the name of a crossroads in the vicinity of the current Brent Cross Flyover. By 1944 the term was being used to describe addresses north of the A406 North Circular Road and west of the A41 Hendon Way and after the eponymous shopping centre was built it was also used to describe business addresses south of the North Circular. Previously the area had been known as Renters Farm, a name dating from 1309, and it remained largely farmland until the nineteenth century. In the late nineteenth century a sewage works was built there and Hendon Greyhound Stadium stood there from 1935 to 1970. In 1976 the Brent Cross Shopping Centre was opened, the first stand-alone shopping centre to be built in the UK.
When Brent Cross Shopping Centre opened in 1976 it was the first stand-alone shopping mall in the UK. It was initially constructed in a dumbbell shape running east-west parallel to the North Circular Road, with the two largest stores (John Lewis and Fenwicks) at the ends. It was expanded and renovated beginning in 1995, with additional shops and restaurants on an arm running north from the middle. A multi - storey car park replaced the remainder of the open parking area to the north. Although it is smaller than more recent shopping centres such as the MetroCentre, Bluewater, Lakeside and Westfield London, it has one of the largest incomes per unit area of retail space in the UK.
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