The growth of the town is connected with the Edgware extension of the Northern Line - opened in 1926. Some village houses remain, along with St Mary’s Church - an impressive survivor. Its rewarding interior includes monuments and a fine Norman font.
Although the 20th century is predominant, the tradition of English building in stone, tile, brick and timber is still strong. Wooden floors are a feature that continues to outshine all other floor materials. Its versatility, natural beauty and durability are an asset to all kinds of domestic and commercial buildings.
With care and good maintenance, they improve with age - with the character and enhancement of their natural grain having the potential to add value to a property.
So look on their care as a good investment. And when wear takes its toll in shabby marks or worse damage, it’s not complicated to bring them back to their original glory. The key is wood floor repair and restoration – by a specialist floor sanding company.
Whatever your floor surface - hardwood boards, parquet blocks; cork or bamboo - Sanding Wood Floors provide wood floor sanding and refinishing services in Hendon NW4.
Dust and mess? Our sanding machines are virtually dustfree with their efficient collection systems. Disruption or closure? We can avoid these with our flexible working - at weekends or even overnight – so any loss of business is kept to a minimum.
With twenty years in the wood floor restoration business, we offer all you need: damaged timber replaced or repaired; gaps filled to prevent draughts; staining to match your decor.
And you get the best advice on the appropriate finish for your floor: lacquer for wear; natural oil or hardwax for beauty.
Your period floor can be made as good as new. In mosaic, herringbone or parquet floor restoration, we replace any damaged areas with reclaimed materials. The new finish will be authentic and match the original.
So ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll devise a restoration package to meet your needs and budget. With use of only top quality materials, your new floor will stay looking good - and give splendid service for years to come.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors when you need a floor sanding company in Hendon NW4.
* 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 in Hendon NW4 - contact us today!
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
For a truly professional job in Hendon - contact us today!
Useful facts about Hendon:
Hendon is a London suburb situated 7 miles (11 km) northwest of Charing Cross. Hendon was historically a civil parish in the county of Middlesex. The manor is described in Domesday (1087), but the name, 'Hendun' meaning 'at the highest hill', is earlier. There is even evidence of Roman settlement discovered by the Hendon and District Archaeological Society and others; an urn burial of a headless child was found in nearby Sunny Hill Park. The Midland Railway and the Great Northern Railways were built through Hendon in the 1860s. There is evidence of problems of wild horses feeding between the tracks.
Hendon’s claim to fame is in flying and Hendon Aerodrome is now the RAF Museum. The area is closely associated with the aviator Claude Grahame-White. Another part of the Aerodrome site is the Hendon Police College, the training centre for the Metropolitan Police. The Metropolitan Police Book of Remembrance is displayed in the entrance of Simpson Hall at the centre. There is also a memorial garden.
Hendon and District Archaeological Society has found a number of interesting Roman artifacts at Church End but nothing conclusive, and the Saxon settlement near to St Mary's Church may not be a continuation of its Roman predecessor. The Domesday Survey mentions a priest, and a church building was documented in 1157. The oldest fabric of the present church is 13th century. The 50 ft. tower (c1450) was much restored in the 18th century when the weathercock in the form of a "Lamb and Flag", the badge of St. John, was added. However, the church is dedicated to St. Mary, an enigma that defies local historians to this day.
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