The Great North Wood was an oak forest that extended over this part of south London and lives on in several local suburban place names. After depredation for the shipbuilders in Deptford, by the late 18th century the forest was a mere remnant.
Oak does, however, carry on its benchmark role in English timber through building construction - particularly in wooden floors. Along with other hard and softwoods, they grace everyday properties from bars and cafes; shops, homes and offices; to gyms, galleries and restaurants.
As the most hygienic and natural floor surface - and the only one that can appreciate in value as it matures with age - it’s an asset which repays the investment of regular care and maintenance.
When your floors are below par - shabby, scratched or damaged - call on the modern solution. Have them restored through floor sanding and sealing from a specialist company.
Sanding Wood Floors are your choice for wood floor repairs and refinishing throughout South Norwood SE25.
Sanding is effective on all wooden floors - from solid and engineered boards to parquet blocks. After the removal of old layers of paint and sealant, the smooth bare wood may be stained for a new colour - and then enjoy the fresh projection from lacquer, hard wax or natural oil.
Be assured of minimal mess as our cylinder machines have a collection system that gathers virtually all the dust. And disruption and closure will be brief with our flexible working - at weekends or even overnight to adjust to your schedule.
Work on period floors - as in mosaic, herringbone and floor sanding parquet refreshing - is about replacing damaged blocks with original material from reclaimed timber suppliers. The authentic finish may even surpass the original - given the improvements in floor care products and restoration techniques.
So ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll give you the best advice and a job completed with top quality products - for a brand new floor that will provide superb value for years to come.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor renovation service throughout South Norwood SE25.
* 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 throughout South Norwood SE25.
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Did you know about South Norwood?
South Norwood is an urban district situated in South London, England, in the London Borough of Croydon. It is located towards the northern end of the borough, and borders the London Borough of Bromley. It lies 7.8 miles (12.5 km) south-east of Charing Cross. Together with Norwood New Town, it forms the ward of South Norwood in the local authority of Croydon. South Norwood is an electoral ward with a resident population in 2001 of just over 14,000.
South Norwood contains a leisure centre which is owned and maintained by Fusion on behalf of Sport Croydon. South Norwood Leisure Centre is situated on Portland Road and reopened in late 2007 after refurbishment. It was closed in early 2006 so that it would be knocked down and construction would start on a site next to the Croydon Sports Arena. This was so that it could be redesigned from scratch like the leisure centre in Thornton Heath, which would result in a cost of around £10 million.
South Norwood is also the home to South Norwood Country Park, a former sewage works which closed in 1966, and of a fireworks factory now converted into a nature reserve. Other parks in the local area are South Norwood Recreation Ground, Heavers Meadow, Brickfields Meadow, Beaulieu Heights, South Norwood Lake and Grounds, Woodside Green and Ashburton Park. During the 1960s, the height of the Cold War, several buildings on this site was used for mock atomic attacks to enable rescue workers to gain experience. Volunteers would use theatrical make-up and act out specific wounds while controlled fires would burn around them.
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