Dull and worn
Gouged and scratched
Chipped and damaged.
If this assessment is not to your satisfaction – you certainly do!
Your new floor starts here.
With wood repair and restoration from a specialist restoration company.
Sanding Wood Floors provide the complete wood floor refinishing service throughout Crayford.
From any age and level of condition, your floor will come up like new.
We’ll repair damaged timber, fill gaps to prevent draughts…
then sand away the old layers of paint and sealants to smooth bare wood. After staining - if you desire a change of colour – we’ll apply fresh protection of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
With our cylinder machines, sanding is virtually dustfree.
And we’ll keep any closure and disruption to a minimum by working around your schedule: at weekends or even overnight as required.
A period floor? Allow us to repair any damaged blocks with original materials. We’ll follow this with mosaic, herringbone or parquet sanding and sealing for a beautiful authentic finish - that may even surpass the original.
Ask us today for your free assessment. We’ll answer your questions, prepare a package to meet your budget – and work with only top quality materals.
For a beautiful new floor to impress all who see it.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor renovation service throughout Crayford.
* 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 Crayford.
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
For a truly professional job in Crayford - contact us today!
Did you know about Crayford?
Crayford is a town and electoral ward in the London Borough of Bexley, Southeast London that was an important bridging point in Roman times across the River Cray, a tributary of the River Darent, which is itself a tributary of the River Thames. Crayford is mentioned in the Domesday Book as having a church and three mills, and a population of 27 villagers and 2 smallholders. As a parish (pre 1920) it included the hamlets of North End, Perry Street and Slade Green which lie to the north. In 1831, the population of the parish was 2022 people. For centuries it was strongly associated with brick-making, the printing of silk scarves, ties and calico cloths, and for a short period carpet-making.
An Iron Age settlement existed roughly in the period 30 BC to 40 AD in the vicinity of what is now St Paulinus Church. Crayford is one of several places that have been suggested as the site of Roman Noviomagus (new market), a place mentioned on the Antonine Itinerary as being on the road from Canterbury to London. Crayford is also plausible as the site of a bloody battle in 457 AD at Crecganford (early English for "creeks-ford"). The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (written over 400 years later) describes how Hengist and Aesc defeated the "Brettas", usually interpreted as Britons, and often over-interpreted as "Celtic". See Timeline of Anglo-Saxon England#5th century.
In 1819 the former saw mill site became a flour mill, and another major employer was the silk works set up by Augustus Applegath and later run by David Evans. The Maxim Nordenfeldt Gun and Ammunition Factory was also a major employer, until taken over by the Vickers Company in 1897. Vickers built military aeroplanes and armaments and became the dominant employer, building homes, a theatre and a canteen close to many workshops. The canteen (built during World War I) became the town hall of the Crayford Urban District Council and remains a major landmark in municipal use.
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