Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Brockley, SE4?


The woods where the badgers roamed is long built over. But timber still prevails in local dwellings. One of itsMagnetic Floor Sanding Quote in Brockley SE4 enduring uses is in that ever popular feature of buildings old and new – the natural wooden floor.

Still unrivalled for hygiene and natural beauty, wood is the only surface to improve with age, adding value to all kinds of properties - from homes and offices, to schools, gyms, bars, cafes and restaurants.Marvelous dust free floor sanding services in Brockley SE4

So if your floors have become shabby and marked, get them restored to the standard they deserve - with floor sanding and sealing.

Call on Sanding Wood Floors for wood floor repair and refinishing services in Brockley SE4.

Dust and mess? Have no fears, as our efficient machines collect virtually all dust. Closure and disruption?  We’ll keep these to a minimum with flexible hours - overnight or at weekends - to work around your business or domestic schedule

Whatever your floor’s age and condition – we’ll offer the best advice on all it needs, including repairs, filling in gaps and staining for a new colour. Sanding itself removes old paint and sealant to make the surface ready for the fresh protection of lacquer, natural oil or hard wax.

Whether your floor is composed of hardwood boards, parquet blocks, bamboo or cork, we use top quality Pleasing Before & After Floor Sanding Galleryproducts – to last longer and offer the best long-term value.  

We’ll repair your damaged period floor - as in floor sanding parquet refreshing - with authentic replacement blocks. The new surface will be as good as - or even better than - the original.

 

So ask us for your free assessment. We’ll provide the best advice and work to your budBrockley SE4 Incredible Wooden Floors Varnishingget - for a new floor to impress your guests and customers for years to come.

Contact Sanding Wood Floors for wood floor restoration throughout Brockley SE4:

* 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.*
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 For a truly professional job in Brockley SE4 - contact us today!

 

 Click to book an appointment for your excellent floor sanding project.  

Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.

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For a truly professional job in Brockley SE4 - contact us today!

 

 

 


Useful facts about Brockley:

  • The oldest surviving house in the area is the 'Stone House' on Lewisham Way (opposite Lewisham College) built in 1773 by the architect George Gibson the Younger. Most of the area remained agricultural until the mid nineteenth century, the most notable building of the time being the 'Brockley Jack' (since rebuilt), a large Victorian public house which today houses the Brockley Jack Theatre. Brockley Hall (demolished 1931) stood nearby and this area formed the original small hamlet of Brockley. The name Crofton Park was invented by the railway company for its new station and has no historical significance.

  • In the latter half of the nineteenth century, the Tyrwhitt-Drake family developed the north side of Brockley with grand villas, large terraces and semi-detached houses. Development started south of Lewisham Way in the late 1840s with the modest cottages at 2-22 Upper Brockley Rd and spread south and east towards Hilly Fields. In 1900 Chalsey Rd was the last road to be completed within the current conservation area. However, open farmland remained south of Brockley Grove and west of the railway line into the early 1930s.

  • After World War I Brockley began to lose its exclusivity as the wealthy began to relocate to the outer suburbs and the big houses were increasingly sub-divided. The typical inter-war houses on Upper Brockley Gardens and on Harefield Rd are clearly more modest than their Victorian neighbours. Small industrial workshops also became established in the mews behind the large houses.

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Floor Sanding in Brockley SE4