A neglected, marked and shabby floor is a downright embarrassment!
The solution is straightforward - and a call away.
Whether your floor is in the home, shop, office, school, bar, café, gym or restaurant – repair and restoration is the solution. With floor sanding and sealing from a specialist company.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for all your floor refinishing needs in Homerton E9.
Whatever your floor type - hardwood boards or parquet blocks - and whatever its age, we can bring it back to life from any level of condition.
After sanding to remove old paint and sealant, we’ll apply a fresh layer of protection: natural oil, lacquer or hard wax.
And we’ll use our twenty years of sanding floorboards to provide the best advice and treatment: from repairs and gaps filled to staining for a fresh colour to match your décor.
Dust and disruption? Not with our cylinder machines - whose unique collection system ensures virtually dustless floor sanding. We will also work at weekends or even overnight – to ensure the briefest possible period of inconvenience and loss of business.
Your period floors will regain their shine. Parquet floor refreshing is about replacing damaged blocks with reclaimed materials. We’ll then create an authentic finish that may even surpass the original.
So call us today for your free assessment. Your floor will be made anew with only top quality materials..
for hard wear and justifiable pride.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor renovation service throughout Homerton E9.
* 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 in Homerton E9. Call us today!
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For a truly professional job in Homerton E9 - contact us today!
Useful facts about Homerton:
Homerton is a district in East London, England, in the London Borough of Hackney. It is bordered to the west by Hackney Central, to the north by Lower Clapton, in the east by Hackney Wick, Leyton and by South Hackney to the south. The coming of the railways and the building of the fever hospital drove many of the wealthier residents away. The tightly packed Victorian streets provided homes for the clerks and employees of the new purpose built factories (like Berger Paints) being built in the area. The oldest surviving residential building in Hackney is Sutton House on Homerton High Street. It was built in 1535 and is owned and run by the National Trust.
Archeological excavations at Link Street exposed a building dating to the 11th or 12th century suggesting that Homerton existed before it was first recorded in 1343. The hamlet of Homerton (Humberton or Hummerton, named for the farm of a woman named Hunburh) developed for about a half-mile along the road on the north side of the now buried and lost Hackney Brook, within the vale formed by the brook. This led from the hamlet of Clopton, passing near the church of St Augustine at Hackney, then across the marshes and the crossing points of both the River Lea, and its tributary, Hackney Brook. By 1605 Homerton was the most populous part of the Parish of Hackney, becoming a separate parish in 1846.
In the 18th century the availability of land, large houses and tolerance to dissenters made Homerton a popular place to found institutions. The educational ones were commonly known as Dissenting Academies. The Kings Head Society moved to a large house here in 1768, forming Homerton College for the education of Calvinist ministers with between 12-20 students. Religious education moved to the new University College London in 1826, but Homerton College remained here as a teacher training college until 1896, when it moved to Cambridge, eventually becoming a full college of the University of Cambridge offering nearly all subjects from 2002.
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