The woods may have survived rather better than the metal products - in the form of timber-framed buildings and their wooden floors. The latter remain popular to this day. One of the traditional features of English construction - in domestic and commercial properties alike - with a natural beauty only matched by their durability and ease of maintenance.
So if you are fortunate to have such a floor in your building, make sure it behaves as an asset rather than a burden. If it’s become dull, marked or damaged, invest in wood floor repair and refurbishment from a specialist floor sanding company.
Having sanded hundreds of floorboards for more than twenty years, we will advise you on the most appropriate treatment: repairs to damaged timber; gaps filled to prevent draughts; and staining for a change of colour.
And it’s no longer all about dust and mess. Our machines have a unique collection system that traps virtually all dust. As for potential disruption and closure, we can work flexible hours - at weekends or even overnight. We’ll fit the job around your schedule to minimise any loss of business.
Your period floor will come up like new. Herringbone, mosaic or parquet floor resurfacing is about replacing damaged blocks with reclaimed materials. The result will be a beautiful and authentic finish that may surpass the original.
Call us today for a free assessment of your floor. We’ll meet your budget with a restoration programme completed to the highest levels of workmanship.
For a floor you’ll be proud to show to family, guests and customers.
Sanding Wood Floors
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* maintenance tips and advice for your restored floor
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For a truly professional restoration job in Uckfield - contact us today!
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For a truly professional job in Uckfield - contact us today!
Interesting facts about Uckfield:
Uckfield is a town in the Wealden district of East Sussex, in southern England. It is located on the southern edge of the Weald and on the River Uck, one of the tributaries of the River Ouse. The town of Uckfield has grown up as a road hub, and on the crossing point of the River Uck. Traffic on the A26 between Tunbridge Wells and Lewes, from the north-east to the south-west, joins with that on the A22 London - Eastbourne road around the town on its bypass; whilst the long-distance cross-country A272 road (the old pilgrimage route) crosses them both north of the town.
Emma Lee French was born in Uckfield in 1836. Uckfield was the last place Lord Lucan was seen, at Grants Hill House, the home of his friends Ian and Susan Maxwell-Scott. By coincidence Lady Lucan was born in Uckfield. Nicholas van Hoogstraten, the property developer, owns property in the area. He is engaged in a long-running dispute with the Ramblers' Association about a local footpath running through his land. Van Hoogstraten is currently building a mansion, Hamilton Palace, on the outskirts of Uckfield.
There are a number of mysteries and myths associated with the town and surrounding areas. The disappearance of Lord Lucan is one. In addition, the hoax of the Piltdown Man occurred in the nearby village of Piltdown. There is also the tale of Nan Tuck's Ghost, in which an old witch is said to have lived in a wood in nearby Buxted. There is an area of the wood where nothing grows, and the ghost is said to chase people who wander along Nan Tuck's Lane at night.
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