Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Finsbury, EC1?

The lime trees of Finsbury Circus provide a welcome leafy summer retreat in the largest public space in the City.Astonishing Floor Sanding Quote in Finsbury EC1

A reminder of the enduring value of timber. Despite the surrounding concrete and glass modernity, timber remains popular for building. Particularly in wooden floors. Old or new, hardwood boards or parquet blocks, they represent both beauty and utility. Properly maintained, they can add prestige to a property and prove a sound investment.Exquisite dust free floor sanding services in Finsbury EC2

And when they need more serious treatment - or a makeover?  For all your wood floor repairs and restoration - call on the professionals.

Sanding Wood Floors provide the complete floor restoration service in Finsbury EC1.

Whether in a domestic building, office, gym or cafe , we can transform a tired or damaged floor into a feature that will enhance your environment, impress visitors and customers – and add value to your property.

Sanding victorian floorboards is just the middle part of a complete restoration process.  It begins with wood floor repairs and is finished off with the application of oil or lacquer – the vital sealant to produce a hard wearing or decorative finish.Brilliant Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery

Our modern machines produce minimum dust. And our flexible working means you will experience a minimal loss of trade or visitors.

Whatever your floor – and no matter how poor its condition, ask us for your free assessment. We’ll advise you on the best method of wood floor restoration for your particular needs. 

 And we commit to top quality in both products and workmanship – to ensure your floor will last.  And do the job – to withstand feet or exude class – you want it to do.

We’ll also be on hand to answer any queries about aftercare – to make sure your floor continues to give great service for years to come.Finsbury EC1 Stunning Wooden Floors Varnishing

Call on Floor Sanding Specialists for the complete Finsbury wood floor renovation service.

*  a free assessment at your home
 *  set prices to meet your budget
 *  the best advice on repairs, restoration and sealing
 *  friendly, efficient teams working to the highest standards
 *  modern machinery producing minimal mess and disruption.
 *  maintenance tips and advice for your restored floor
* Phone or email for a no obligation quote.*
*For a truly professional job throughout
Finsbury EC1

 Click to book an appointment for your charming floor sanding project.

For a truly professional floor sanding in Finsbury EC1  - contact us today!

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Did you know about Finsbury?

  • Finsbury is a district of central London, England. It lies immediately north of the City of London and Clerkenwell, west of Shoreditch, and south of Islington and City Road. It is in the south of the London Borough of Islington. The Finsbury Estate is in the western part of the district. The eastern part of the district is now sometimes known as St Luke's. The name is first recorded as Vinisbir (1231) and means "manor of a man called Finn.

  • In the Middle Ages Finsbury was part of the great fen which lay outside the walls of the City of London. It gave its name to the Finsbury division of the Ossulstone hundred of Middlesex. In the early 17th century trees were planted and gravel walks made, and the area became a place for recreation. In 1641 the Honourable Artillery Company moved to Finsbury, where it still remains, and in 1665 the Bunhill Fields burial ground was opened in the area. The City of London Yeomanry (COLY) also had its headquarters in nearby Finsbury Square when founded at the time of the Second Boer War.

  • The Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury in the County of London was created in 1900, covering the area of Finsbury and Clerkenwell. In 1938, Dr. Chuni Lal Katial was elected mayor of Finsbury, making him the first Asian mayor in the United Kingdom. In 1942 the borough council erected a controversial statue of Vladimir Lenin in Holford Square . The borough was abolished in 1965 and absorbed into the borough of Islington.

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