All these buildings demonstrate the versatility and durability of timber. It can last for centuries, as witness those ever popular features: natural wooden floors. With their beauty and ease of maintenance, they can add value to all kinds of domestic and commercial properties.
So allow us to transform your marked and damaged floors - in homes, schools, offices, shops, bars and restaurants - to their original glory. Call on the modern solution - wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist floor sanding company.
Sanding Wood Floors provide the complete wood floor refinishing and polishing service in New Addington.
Have no fears about dust and disruption. We’ll work flexibly - at weekends or overnight - to ensure minimal inconvenience and loss of business. And with the efficient collection of our cylinder machines - you get virtual dustfree sanding.
Whatever the age and condition of your floor, we’ll provide the appropriate treatment: repairs, gaps filled, staining for a change of colour - and the fresh protection from lacquer, hard wax or natural oil.
For your period floors, we replace any damaged blocks with original materials. Mosaic, herringbone or parquet floor sanding and sealing will then create an authentic finish that may surpass the original.
So ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll give you the best advice - and work with the highest quality materials. Your new floor will look good and give great value for years to come.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor renovation service throughout New Addington.
* 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 throughout New Addington.
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
For a truly professional job in New Addington - contact us today!
Did you know about New Addington?
New Addington is an area on the edge of South London in the London Borough of Croydon. It is a large local authority estate surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of open countryside, woodland and golf courses. The Prime Meridian crosses the eastern edge of New Addington. Even though it is in Greater London the area is not considered part of the Greater London Urban Area. New Addington is still surrounded by open space, woodland and golf courses, including some important chalk downland sites. It is on the top of a hill and its temperature can be noticeably colder on the estate than in surrounding lower areas, lending a meteorological justification to the 'Little Siberia' epithet.
Until the 1930s, the area now known as New Addington was farmland and woodland in the southeast of the ancient parish of Addington. The farms were called Castle Hill, Addington Lodge and Fisher's Farms. At the time, central Croydon and London more generally had overcrowded slums causing concern to the authorities. In 1935, the First National Housing Trust purchased 569 acres (2.3 km²) of Fisher's Farm with the intention of erecting a 'Garden Village', with 4,400 houses, shops, two churches, cinema, and village green.
After the war, there were concerns about the amount of green space being used for building around London. Much of the countryside around the developing estate was declared Green Belt. The County Borough of Croydon bought the unused First National Housing Trust land and a further 400 acres (1.6 km²) to add to it, for extensive further development. Many dozens of single-storey, detached, prefabricated houses were built in the Castle Hill area of the estate and these were inhabited until the 1960s when they were demolished and replaced with brick-built two-storey homes. At the same time as the smaller prefabs were built, larger two-storey semi-detached houses were also built.
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