Weybridge has possibly one of the UK's most self-explanatory names, as it started life simply as a point at which to cross the River Wey! In 1086, the Domesday Book valued it at £4 - or nine hogs - but it's come a long way in the millennium or so since then.
The town grew substantially following the creation of the UK railway network, and now serves as home to several familiar names, including the local newspaper publisher Newsquest and the motor industry pricing guide Eurotax Glass. We’re also a big part of the commercial community in Weybridge, and our parquet floor restoration services can help long-term business premises in the area to create a real eye-catching USP with a polished wooden floor. Whether it’s part of general refurbishment works, or to overcome specific areas of damage that are bringing down the appearance of your offices, our specialist teams of parquet floor restoration experts can help.
Sanding wooden floors can also serve the needs of domestic customers too, and floor sanding in Weybridge is an excellent starting point for home renovations regardless of whether you've just moved in, are sprucing up your home, or are trying to add value ahead of putting it on the market.
Our floor sanding in Weybridge serves all of these purposes and more, not only in residential properties and offices, but in other kinds of retail and commercial units too. Parquet flooring restoration can bring especially high standards of property right up to scratch, restoring them to their original quality and creating that ‘wow’ factor.
Our wood floor restoration and refinishing services can address a wide range of different needs quickly and easily, with no mess or fuss. Once our wood floor polishing has been carried out at your home or business, we make sure we clean up after ourselves and leave your home or business looking spotless.
In popular culture, Weybridge has a history of appearing in science fiction stories, notably H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds. In chapter 12 of the original book, the town is destroyed by a Martian fighting machine, a scene that is also referred to in Jeff Wayne's musical reinterpretation of the story. Weybridge similarly provides the setting for a scene in The Kraken Wakes by John Wyndham, when the protagonists' journey to Cornwall is brought to a halt in the area.
Weybridge has plenty of sports clubs - including several rowing and cricket clubs, a canoeing club, bowls club and rugby club, with two schools for pupils aged between 11 and 18 and a further sixth-form college, two primary schools for those aged between 4 and 11, and two infant schools. So we’re kept busy looking after a wide selection of premises that have parquet or wood flooring in need of attention, thanks to the day-to-day hardship of catering for a fairly large number of pupils, club members or general visitors.
With our floor sanding and polishing service your floorboards or parquet flooring can be brought back to their best, eliminating any trace of damage or the scuffing of everyday wear and tear due to decades of human footfall. Our specialist teams can even sand away fairly deep gouges or stains that have penetrated several layers of the timber and detract from its aesthetic appeal.
Our services are designed to meet your unique needs, whatever timber you have on your floors, whatever the size of your premises, and whatever damage needs erasing. For full details simply browse our website or, if you want to make a specific enquiry or receive a no-obligation quote, contact our expert team for more information.
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Weybridge is a town in the Elmbridge district of Surrey in South East England. It is bounded to the north by the River Thames at the mouth of the River Wey, from which it gets its name. It is a suburb in the London commuter belt and is part of the Greater London Urban Area and, as such, boasts real estate well above the national average: as of 2008, six of the ten most expensive streets in South East England (defined as the official government region, which excludes Greater London) were in Weybridge.
The early history of Weybridge was simply as a very small village with a river crossing. The earliest monuments on the tower wall of St James's C of E Church are 15th Century plaques, and the Church was rebuilt in 1848 with a south aisle added in 1864. In 1537 it became the location of Oatlands Palace built by Henry VIII, which was where he married his 5th wife Catherine Howard. When it was demolished in 1650, bricks from its walls helped to line the then new Wey Navigation canal. Part of the original grounds of the Palace is now occupied by Oatlands Park Hotel. St. George's Hill was the site of the Diggers' Commune in the 1640s.
Weybridge also has a variety of sports clubs including the Weybridge Vandals Rugby Club, Weybridge Vandals Cricket Club, Elmbridge Canoe Club, Weybridge Bowls Club, Weybridge Rowing Club, Weybridge Mariners Recreational Rowing Club and Weybridge Cricket Club, all serving the area for many years. Addlestone & Weybridge Town F.C. was the main football club in Weybridge until becoming defunct in 1985. However, there are several amateur teams in the local area. Like Abbey Rangers Football club.
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