Wallington is a great British town in the London Borough of Sutton and, while you might imagine its name refers to a wall of some kind, it actually derives from the Anglo Saxon for 'village of the Britons' and shares some of the same etymology as the last part of the name for Cornwall, and the full name of Wales.
Modern-day Wallington has seen plenty of new development even relatively recently, with new retail outlets opening throughout the town. Parquet floor restoration can help retailers to create a real ‘wow’ factor in their shops or offices, and that’s where we can help. Our expert teams can restore and revive parquet floor in a sensitive way that preserves the building’s heritage. Our expertise could actually mean that your parquet floor attracts customers and is a real USP for any business!
Sanding wooden floors is a good idea for new retailers then, but floor sanding in Wallington could also help with other new developments, then we can help.
Our floor sanding in Wallington can cater for refurbishment of all kinds of wooden floorboards, and while parquet flooring restoration often steals the limelight in areas with a great deal of heritage and history, any property with wooden floors can be brought up to modern-day standards without fuss or mess.
Our wood floor restoration and refinishing services aim to make it as easy as possible for you to incorporate wood floor polishing into any refurbishment work. Our teams are able to work on a self-contained basis, bringing with them all of the necessary equipment and leaving behind a sparkling floor with no fuss or mess.
But it’s not just commercial customers we work with – our expert floor sanding and polishing services in Wallington has brought many a domestic floor back to sparkling life. And if you’re planning to sell your house, a freshly lacquered wooden floor could be the real USP that captures a buyer’s eye and hastens that all-important exchange of contracts!
Wallington has far more to offer than the usual high street stores. There are plenty of other retailers and independent traders, and Wallington was also renowned for the production of lavender oil for many years – a fact celebrated with a magnificent sculpture that dominates the town centre.
The local railway station is at the centre of one of the most recent trends in residential property in Wallington, where two major developments of luxury flats have been constructed opposite the station on the main road. New construction work is often overlooked when it comes to polishing wooden floors, but projects that make use of reclaimed timber could stand to benefit substantially from restoring the surface of such boards to its original standard.
Wallington has also had several celebrity residents - even if they were not famous when they lived there - such as the comedian David Walliams, who went to the local Collingwood Boys' School. Rock guitarist Jeff Beck, who had solo success with Hi Ho Silver Lining, was born in Wallington.
Our floor sanding and polishing service can help you to find the bright side to even quite heavily damaged floors, by simply sanding and polishing away any stains and scuffs. Our expert teams can give you their undivided attention on deeper gouges or penetrating discolouration, and bring the entire floor back to its original condition ready for a protective layer of wax or polish to be applied.
For more information about what we do, how we go about it, and why we’ve been trusted by countless domestic and commercial customers for over 20 years, browse our website for more details. Alternatively, contact us direct for a free, no-obligation quote.
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Wallington is a town in the London Borough of Sutton situated 10.3 miles (16.6 km) south south-west of Charing Cross. Prior to the merger of the Municipal Borough of Beddington and Wallington into the London Borough of Sutton, it was part of the county of Surrey. Wallington is a post town in the SM postcode area, and although now part of Greater London, the former postal county was Surrey.
The name "Wallington" derives from the Anglo Saxon "Waletone", meaning "village of the Britons". Wallington appears in Domesday Book of 1086 and was held by William the Conqueror. Its domesday assets were: 11 hides. It had 2 mills worth £1 10s 0d, 11 ploughs, 8 acres (32,000 m2) of meadow. It rendered £10. The historic village was situated somewhat to the north of the current town centre around what is now Wallington Bridge over the River Wandle.
Since 2007 Wallington has enjoyed something of a mini boom with several new retailers being attracted to the town, including Tesco Express and Caffé Nero. These are in addition to high street names already represented, such as Sainsbury's, Boots, W.H. Smith, Dorothy Perkins and Pizza Express. In addition, many major banks, estate agencies and building societies are represented in the town.
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