The Hertfordshire town of Borehamwood is located around 12 miles from Charing Cross, which makes it a popular location for London commuters. The housing stock is largely from the 19th and 20th Centuries and many of the local homes boast beautiful wood floors as part of their original structure.
If you live in Borehamwood and you want to transform your tired old wooden floor into something to take pride in, then we can help. We specialise in floor sanding and varnishing in Borehamwood and the surrounding areas and we can help you to uncover that stunning floor that’s currently lurking under layers of wear and tear!
Business owners and residents alike can benefit from our expert services in floor sanding in Borehamwood, as our specialist teams have the knowledge and experience to revive any floor and restore it back to the beauty it enjoyed in its heyday. Do your wood floors need some tender loving care? If so, let us help you to give your floors a brand new lease of life.
Our expert services in wood floor restoration and refinishing are unbeatable in terms of quality workmanship and pricing as we provide great value for money on all of our flooring services. Borehamwood is home to many small businesses that are independently owned and if you own a company in the area and you want to ensure your floor looks as good as possible, then let us help with our expert services in floor sanding and polishing.
The charming town is well known for its TV and film studios at Elstree Film Studios. This world famous location has produced many famous films and TV series including The Dam Busters, the Inspector Morse series and The Shining. It was once home to Simon Cowell, who grew up in Elstree. The housing in the area certainly has talent too, and is a mix of old and new stock with some unexpected hidden gems – gorgeous wooden floors. Some of the newer buildings have the highly desirable parquet flooring and anyone looking for parquet flooring restoration services should contact us for a quote.
Parquet repair in Borehamwood is just one of our specialist skills and we also offer other handy services such as wood floor polishing and sanding. Borehamwood is home to a mixture of residential and commercial properties and many of these could do with our expert help to restore their old floors back to their former glory.
Whether you want to restore and revive an old, tired looking hardwood floor that has seen better days or you want to place a brand new floor to give your home or place of business a more modern look, we can help. Borehamwood is well serviced by different great transport links including the M25 that passes just a couple of miles away. This makes the area readily accessible to anyone living or working in London ensuring many of the local residents are commuters.
If you want to increase the value of your home, make your place of business look more professional to new customers or you simply want to make some home improvements, our team of expert floor specialists can help. With more than two decades of experience in the flooring sector, it will come as no surprise to learn that we provide the best services in the Borehamwood area at the most competitive prices. Check out our website and browse through our services to learn more about our expert services in the flooring industry.
If you want to find out more about what we can do to help you to create the best floor possible, then contact us directly and ask us for a free quote.
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Borehamwood is a town in southern Hertfordshire, situated 12 miles (19 km) from Charing Cross making it the closest town in Hertfordshire to Central London. It has a population of 28,546. It is within the civil parish of Elstree and Borehamwood and the London commuter belt. There is one weekly newspaper, the Borehamwood and Elstree Times. The town is perhaps most well known for its film and TV studios, commonly known as Elstree Film Studios, hence the association with Elstree.
Since the 1920s, the town has been home to several film studios and many shots of its streets are included in final cuts of 20th century British films. This earned it the nickname of the "British Hollywood". Whilst most of these studios have now closed, two still remain. The newer Millennium Studios is situated on Elstree Way, Borehamwood.
Many well-known movies including The Dam Busters (1955), Moby Dick (1956), Summer Holiday (1963), Dr Zhivago (1965)', 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) and, The Shining (1980) starring Jack Nicholson, the first three Indiana Jones films and the first three Star Wars movies were partially filmed at the former Associated British Studios in Shenley Road. These were partly demolished in the 1980s to make way for a Tesco Extra supermarket on one side and an office block complex on the other.
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