The Tulse family who bought farmland here in the 17th century during the Commonwealth would not recognise the area today. Yet they would still feel at home in some modern and older dwellings which enjoy the presence of that most enduring of English building features: the natural wooden floor.
Whether in homes and offices; bars and cafes, schools, gyms or shops, timber is the only floor surface that improves with age, with a character that adds value to all kinds of domestic and commercial properties.
So when your floors are veering towards the pale, looking shabby, marked or damaged, have them restored through floor sanding repair and finishing from a specialist company.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete wood floor restoration service in Tulse Hill SW2.
Sanding is a straightforward process that strips away the old paint and sealant. The bare wood may then be stained - and finally finished with fresh protection from lacquer, hard wax or natural oil.
Dust and disruption is a thing of the past with the dustless sanding from our modern cylinder machines. And we’ll ensure minimal closure and inconvenience by working flexible hours - at weekends or even overnight – to adjust to your schedule.
Use our twenty years in the floor restoration business to receive the best advice and treatment, including repairs and replacement of damaged timber - and gaps filled to prevent draughts.
Your period floor, as in mosaic, herringbone or parquet floor refreshing, will be repaired with matching blocks. And then finished for an authentic surface to compare favourably to the original.
Ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll answer your questions; and work to budget for a beautiful floor that will offer great long term value.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor renovation service throughout Tulse Hill SW2.
* 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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Did you know about Tulse Hill?
Tulse Hill is a district in the London Borough of Lambeth in South London, England. It lies to the south of Brixton, east of Brixton Hill, north of West Norwood and west of West Dulwich. The area known as Tulse Hill is part of the former Manor or Manors of Bodley, Upgroves and Scarlettes whose precise boundaries are now uncertain. The name of the area comes from the Tulse family who came into ownership of farmland in the area during the period of the Commonwealth in the 1650s. Sir Henry Tulse was Lord Mayor of London in 1683 and his daughter Elizabeth married the Richard Onslow, 1st Baron Onslow. The land remained in Onslow ownership until 1789 when most of it was purchased by William Cole.
The heiress Miss Cressingham did not remain a spinster for long. Her husband Dr Thomas Edwards, took the initiative in buying extra land to make an access from Brixton Hill in 1814 and laying out two new roads Lower Tulse Hill Road (now known simply as Tulse Hill) and Upper Tulse Hill Road (now Upper Tulse Hill) before 1821. A plan of 1821 in the RIBA Library shows a proposed speculative development of both the Edwards estate and the adjacent Blades estate with large detached villas, although only the former actually came to fruition. The new roads were adopted by the parish in 1822.
The redevelopment of Tulse Hill after World War II by the London County Council had included the construction of two large secondary schools - Tulse Hill School (at Upper Tulse Hill, originally for boys, where Ken Livingstone went to school) and Dick Sheppard School (originally for girls only). Both schools have now closed, and their sites have been redeveloped for housing of very contrasting types. The Dick Sheppard School site was redeveloped as Brockwell Gate, a gated Regency style with houses and apartments overlooking Brockwell Park.
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