That great upholder of English traditions, William Morris, was born in the very rural Walthamstow of the 1830s. His advocacy of natural products and honest craftsmanship has had a strong influence on interior design. He would no doubt be pleased to see how popular the natural wooden floor remains in the most modern of today’s buildings.
As a natural product subject to wear, they need maintaining. So when your floors - in the office, home, bar, school, cafe or shop - are looking dull, marked and shabby, wood floor repair and restoration will return them to their original beauty.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete wood floor renovation and finishing service in Waltham Forest.
After sanding to remove old paint and sealant, we sand to a smooth bare finish. This may then be stained for a change of colour and then given a fresh layer of protection. Choose your sealant: either the natural look of oil and hardwax; or the hardwearing qualities of lacquer.
Don’t worry about dust and mess. Our cylinder machines provide virtually dust free sanding. Disruption and inconvenience? By working flexible hours - at weekends or even overnight - we will minimise any closure and loss of business.
As for your period floors, mosaic, herringbone or floor sanding parquet refreshing is about replacing any damaged areas with matching blocks. We then create a fresh authentic finish to compare with the original.
So call us today for your free assessment. With twenty years of working on all kinds of floors - we provide the best advice on the right treatment, from repairs to gaps filled.
For a new floor to delight the eye - and withstand the feet - for years to come.
Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete floor refinishing service throughout Waltham Forest.
* 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 Waltham Forest
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
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Useful facts about Waltham Forest:
The London Borough of Waltham Forest is a London borough in outer NE London, England. However, it can be seen that the NE London boundary does not extend far compared to elsewhere in the city (e.g. due north and east). Perhaps as a consequence of this, the south of the borough contrasts markedly with the north (split by the North Circular Road) in terms of its mixed ethnicity and socio-economic indicators, and is often regarded as part of London's East End (along with nearby Clapton, Stratford and Forest Gate).
Taken as a whole, Waltham Forest comprises built-up urban districts in the south with inner-city characteristics, and more affluent residential development in the north with a variety of reservoirs, open space, small sections of Epping Forest, parks, and playing fields, which together cover a fifth of the borough. It is located between Epping Forest District Council in the north, London Borough of Redbridge in the east, London Boroughs of Newham and Hackney in the south, and London Boroughs of Haringey and Enfield in the west (where the River Lea and the surrounding parkland forms a green corridor, traditionally separating north and east London).
Historically known as the seat of the Arts and Crafts Movement under the stewardship of William Morris, Waltham Forest has continued to succour many contemporary artists & art groups. These include the North East London Independent Artists (NELIA) group, based at the Changing Room Gallery in Lloyd Park, the 491 Gallery in Leytonstone, and a number of independent artists, also mainly in the Leytonstone area. The annual E17 Art Trail, which includes open studios, exhibitions and events, is the biggest art event in the borough, and there is now a similar event in Leytonstone. Eamon Everall, founder member of the Stuckism art movement is a long-time resident in the borough where he also maintains a studio.
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