South Oxhey is a relatively small area in Hertfordshire that sits very close to the border of Greater London on the outskirts of Watford. It is home to many properties that were built by the council but which are now privately owned. One thing they all share in common is that they have gorgeous wooden floors just waiting to be rediscovered underneath that Lino and carpeting! Today, the good folk of South Oxhey need our top quality floor sanding and polishing services, as they transform their homes.
The local estate in South Oxhey was originally built after the Second World War, once the Blitz forced many people to evacuate London itself. These post-war properties often have great wooden flooring throughout, and we provide professional floor sanding and varnishing in South Oxhey, no matter how tatty and tired your treads are looking!
Floor sanding in South Oxhey is also perfect for business owners in the area who want to make a good first impression on their customers. If you own a local café, a restaurant or a hotel, then what your floor looks like is really important to anyone who walks in the door as it is the first thing they will see. Our wood floor polishing services can help revive a tired, dull floor and give an entire property a fresh injection of life.
If you own a property in South Oxhey that has a beautiful parquet floor, then it is important that you take good care of it. Parquet flooring restoration services and parquet repair in South Oxhey are two of our specialist services that we provide to anyone fortunate enough to have this highly desirable floor, either in their home or in their office. If you want to make sure your parquet floor looks as stunning as it should, then let us help you to maintain it so you can make the most of such a beautiful wooden floor.
South Oxhey is a convenient location for anyone wanting to work in Watford or London, making it popular with families and commuters. Wood floor restoration and refinishing services are hugely popular in South Oxhey, as much of the local housing stock was built in the 1950s. This has resulted in many of the local homes in South Oxhey needing some TLC to bring them back to their former beauty and our team of flooring experts can help you to do just this.
No job is too big or too small for us to handle and we are happy to work on both commercial and residential properties. If you own a home in South Oxhey that was built after WWII, then you might have a beautiful old wooden floor just waiting to be rediscovered. We can revive and restore any type of wooden floor, no matter how old or damaged it is or we can lay a new, modern floor if you want to give your home a brand new appearance.
Our team of specialist flooring experts have been servicing South Oxhey and the surrounding areas for over 20 years and we have an extensive knowledge on the area and the flooring industry. Let us help you to transform your home or place of business into something memorable and beautiful by contacting us now to organise a free quote. Feel free to browse through our website and find out more about us and our services and if you want to know anything, then contact us to ask as we are always happy to hear from new customers.
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South Oxhey is a suburb of Watford in the Watford Rural parish of the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire, England. It is located in the south western corner of Hertfordshire and close to the boundary with Greater London. South Oxhey is served by London Overground rail services from Carpenders Park railway station which is on the Watford DC Line. Trains run from Watford Junction to London Euston. Until 1982, Carpenders Park was part of the London Underground network, on the Bakerloo line.
South Oxhey is a large estate built on land that was formerly part of the Oxhey Hall Estate. There was a manor house here, Oxhey Place, and a chapel. The manor house was owned by the Blackwell family of Crosse and Blackwell fame. It burnt down in 1960. Oxhey Chapel dates from 1612 and is still standing to the south of the parish church of All Saints. The church was opened in 1957 to serve the new estate built after the Second World War by the London County Council. The church was demolished and rebuilt in 2000.
South Oxhey featured in the BBC television series The Choir: Unsung Town which was first broadcast on BBC Two on 1 September 2009. The programme featured a project by Gareth Malone to assemble a community choir in the town by recruiting local residents and encouraging them to take part. A legacy of the programme was the foundation of two groups, the South Oxhey Community Choir and the South Oxhey Youth Choir.
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