A few leafy avenues are a reminder of the former Middlesex village. Extensive woods and trees are long gone but their one-time presence echoes in the form of that most traditional of features: the wooden floor.
So whether your floor is in the office, home, bar, school, cafe or shop – repair and restoration will transform it from dull, marked and shabby back to its original beauty.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete wood floor renovation and finishing service in Hornsey N8.
Sanding strips away old paint and sealant to leave a smooth bare finish. This may then be stained for a fresh colour and then protected with your choice of sealants - the natural look of oil and hardwax; or lacquer for hard wear.
Dust and mess? No worries here – as our cylinder machines provide virtually dust free sanding. Disruption and closure? We can offer flexible hours – at weekends or overnight – to minimise any inconvenience and loss of business.
As for your period floors, we deal with mosaic, herringbone or parquet floor refresh by repairing damaged areas with matching blocks. The authentic surface will be fit to compare with the original.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor resurfacing service throughout Hornsey N8.
* 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 Hornsey N8.
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
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Useful facts about Hornsey N8:
Hornsey is a district in London Borough of Haringey in north London, England. Whilst Hornsey was formerly the name of a much larger parish and later a municipal borough of Middlesex, today, the name usually refers only to the London district. It is an inner-suburban area located 6.2 miles (10 km) north of Charing Cross. The High Street has a range of shops and an increasing number of restaurants. The eastern section retains strong echoes of its rural past and hosts the 13th Century tower which is all that remains of St Mary's Church.
The boundaries of Hornsey neighbourhood today are not clearly defined. Since the Municipal Borough of Hornsey was abolished in 1965, the name may refer either to the N8 postal district which includes Crouch End and part of Harringay, or to an area centred around Hornsey High Street, at the eastern end of which is the churchyard and tower of the former parish church which used to be the administrative centre of Hornsey (parish).
Hornsey Village, which was first recorded in 1202 according to the Place Names of Middlesex, was the focus of parish with its Church first mentioned in 1291. The village developed along what is now Hornsey High Street, and in the seventeenth century it was bisected by the New River that crossed the village in three places: first at the end of Nightingale Lane, secondly from behind the Three Compasses and lastly, as it does now, at the bottom of Tottenham Lane.
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