Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Greenwich?
Greenwich is one of the UK's most widely recognised names, and even gives its name to Britain's main time zone, Greenwich Mean Time. That's no mean feat when you consider that the entire Royal Borough of Greenwich has a population of less than a quarter of a million people!
According to the local authority, some 18,000 new homes are on the agenda for the coming decade, boosting the local population by an estimated 21% in the next ten years, and 26% by 2031. Parquet floor restoration will allow existing buildings to be given a new lease of life as desirable residential properties, or as new office space, retail premises or educational establishments to serve the growing population – and that’s where we can help.
By sanding wooden floors in existing buildings, they can be made suitable for a whole new generation of visitors without facing the cost of new materials. We recognise how much of a difference a beautiful wooden floor can make to a home or business, so our floor sanding in Greenwich has allowed homeowners and businesses to make the most of their property. With growth on the agenda, it is likely to take on new significance in the next ten to 20 years, and it looks like we’re going to be busier than ever sanding and polishing wooden floors in Greenwich!
Floor sanding in Greenwich not only underpins this likely future growth, but we make sure we offer you much more. Our parquet flooring restoration can also ensure the heritage of existing properties - even high-profile venues like the Royal Greenwich Observatory - is not lost or diluted due to the introduction of modern materials during refurbishment work.
Through wood floor restoration and refinishing, the historical properties in this world-renowned location can continue to serve the population well into the 21st Century. Our wood floor polishing is a fuss-free and mess-free refurbishment option that you may have overlooked, but which is well worth exploring.
Greenwich Mean Time is what is known as Prime Meridian, which theoretically separates the Earth into western and eastern hemispheres. The Royal Observatory is the place to go to see the Prime Meridian up close, along with the largest refracting telescope in the UK, and London's best-known planetarium.
The area is rich in cultural attractions, with the Gipsy Moth IV and Cutty Sark both sited on the river front, and the former Millennium Dome - now the O2 Arena - based on the Greenwich Peninsula on part of the site of the former East Greenwich Gas Works. South of the Millennium Dome, the Greenwich Millennium Village is an area of urban regeneration, and continues the refurbishment of the Gas Works site, which will ultimately be completely redeveloped.
Greenwich town centre offers a further mix of properties, including Victorian and Georgian buildings and the covered Greenwich Market. Several other Georgian streets can be found in the surrounding area, an indication of the rich built heritage in this deeply historic district of south-east London, which is continuing to hold its place in global esteem into the new millennium.
Our floor sanding and polishing service allows you to keep your own piece of history in good condition, even if it has been damaged in the past. If your home, office or retail premise has hardwood flooring that you want to keep, but which is scuffed or stained, we can sand away the damaged surface to reveal fresh timber beneath, with wax or polish then applied to give a gloss finish.
There is more information about how we do this available on our website, and if you have a specific project in mind, contact us directly to discuss the size of your floor and the current level of damage, and we can advise you on the likely cost of carrying out the necessary repair work.
Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.
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It was formed in 1965 by merging the former areas of the metropolitan boroughs of Greenwich and most of Woolwich (with the exception of North Woolwich, north of the river, which became part of the London Borough of Newham). The name 'Charlton' was briefly considered for the borough. Greenwich once applied for city status, but was turned down. If the application had been accepted the borough would have been known as the City of Greenwich, similarly to the City of Westminster.
The borough lies along the south bank of the River Thames between Deptford and Thamesmead. It has an area of 5,044 hectares. Because of the bends of the river, its waterfront is as long as 8.5 miles. Travelling south away from the waterfront, the ground rises: Shooters Hill in the east and the high ground of Blackheath in the west bookend the borough, Eltham to the south of these hills falls away slightly.
Greenwich is world famous as the traditional location of the Prime Meridian, on which all Coordinated Universal Time is based. The Prime Meridian running through Greenwich and the Greenwich Observatory is where the designation Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT began, and on which all world times are based. In 2012, Greenwich was listed as a top ten global destination by Frommer's – the only UK destination to be listed.
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