Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Keston?

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If the natural grain on your wooden floor is now a grey fuzz..

The only design comes from the medley of marks and scratches..Delightful dust free floor sanding services in Keston

Someone seems to have experimented with a chisel...

Don’t allow this sorry state to continue. The solution is a call away. 

Whether hardwood, softwood, parquet, mosaic, mosaic or cork – it’s time to transform your floors’ misery into a fresh new look.

With wood floor restoration from a professional floor sanding company.

Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete wood floor sanding and polishing service in Keston.

Sanding no longer produces clouds of dust to linger for weeks. Our machines offer virtually dustfree sanding. And we keep closure and disruption to a Classy Before & After Floor Sanding Galleryminimum by adjusting to your domestic and commercial schedule. Ask us about flexible working – at weekends or even overnight. 

Whatever your kind of floor – hardwood boards or parquet blocks – we will provide the full service: repairs, gaps filled, staining for a new colour - and then sealed with a protective layer of wax, oil or lacquer.

Your period floor, as in herringbone, mosaic and parquet floor restoration – will be in safe hands. We’ll replaceKeston Magnificent Wooden Floors Varnishing all damaged blocks with original materials. The surface of your new floor - given the improvements in products and techniques - may even surpass the original.

So ask us today for your free assessment. You’ll get the best advice for your floor in its particular setting: home, office, school, bar, caf9, shop, gallery or gym. It will last longer, look better and provide superb long term value.

Call on Sanding Wood Floors when you need a floor sanding company in Keston:

* 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 Keston - contact us today!

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Did you know about Keston?

  • Keston is a part suburban, part rural area of the London Borough of Bromley, England. It lies on the edge of Hayes Common, to the northwest of Greater London's border with Kent. Flint implements and pit dwellings on Keston and Hayes Commons show occupation of the area back to at least 3000 B.C., and there are Iron Age encampments in Holwood Park and on Keston Common. Sited closer to the original Keston Court than the main village itself, Keston's small medieval church is unusual in that does not have a dedication to a saint, but built into the altar-table is the top of the 17th century altar inlaid with a very elaborate cross and inscribed "The Keston Marke: IN HOC SIGNO VINCES", so the parish has a distinctive symbol instead.

  • William Wilberforce was a frequent visitor to the area as his close friend, William Pitt the younger, lived at Holwood Park. It was on top of the vale of Keston near to an oak tree that he discussed the abolition of slavery with his friend, Pitt. Only the partial dead remains of the 'Wilberforce oak' are left but a new oak tree has been planted in its place. A stone bench, 'Wilberforce seat', commemorating the event, now marks the spot and bears the inscription from his diary "Just above a steep descent into the vale of Keston, I resolved to give notice ... in the House of Commons of my intention to bring forward the abolition of the Slave Trade."

  • A small private church dedicated to St. Audrey was built by Lord Sackville Cecil, son of the Marquess of Salisbury, on the site of Olive's Mill in 1889; the church and other mill premises came into the possession of the parish in 1908, and since 1925 the former Olive's Mill House has been used as the rectory. (The former rectory, next to the parish church, was sold as being too large, and was bombed in the Second World War.) The mill buildings were for nearly a century used as parish rooms. The church has now been secularised.


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