Are u Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Mitcham?

Amazing dust free floor sanding services in Mitcham Despite the southward tentacles of the capital, the town retains its identityFascinating Floor Sanding Quote in Mitcham around the famous cricket green with its surround of weatherboarded houses and villas. Timber is one of the mainstays of English building, with wooden floors enjoying an enduring popularity. 

No wonder, for no other floor surface combines beauty with hard wear and  Mitcham Superb Wooden Floors Varnishingdurability. Easy to keep clean and maintain, wooden floors are a valuable asset that improve with age and can add value to a property - domestic or commercial.

So investment in the care and restoration of your wooden floors will pay off. When they have become shabby, worn, marked and damaged, there is a tried and trusted way of bringing them back to life. Floor sanding and sealing is the answer – from a professional floor restoration company.

Whether your floors are hardwood, bamboo, cork, parquet or herringbone, we are your best choice for floor sanding and polishing services in Mitcham.



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Sanding removes old layers of grime, sealants or paint to reveal a smooth bare surface. No longer to be feared as a dusty and messy job – as our cylinder machines collect virtually all of the dust. And we minimise any closure and loss of business by offering flexible Perfect Hardwood Floor Sanding Services in Mitchamhours. We can work at weekends or even overnight to suit your schedule.

After twenty years of sanding hardwood floors, we provide all your floors may need: from repairs and gap filling to staining and finishing with your choice of sealants: lacquer, hardwax or natural oil.

Period floors – as in herringbone or parquet flooring sanding – is one of our specialities. Your new floor will have an authentic look – after we have found the blocks to match the original from reclaimed timber suppliers.

So call us today for a free assessment of your floors. We offer the best advice on their restoration – and a package to meet your budget. All done with top quality products – for a floor to last and stay looking good for years to come.

Sanding Wood Floors – your floor sanding company working throughout Mitcham

 *  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 in
Mitcham - contact us today!

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Please phone us FREE on 08000 076 076 or email for a no obligation quote.

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For a truly professional job in Mitcham - contact us today!

Did you know about Mitcham?

  • Mitcham is a district in the south west area of London, in the London Borough of Merton. A suburban area, Mitcham is located on the border of Inner London and Outer London. It is both residentially and financially developed, well served by Transport for London, and home to Mitcham Town Centre, Mitcham Common, Mitcham Library, and Mitcham Cricket Green. Nearby districts include Wimbledon, Streatham, Tooting, Morden and Sutton.

  • Mitcham is home to a vast area (460 acres) of South London's open green space in the form of Mitcham Common. There are several ponds and a few buildings on the Common. The buildings comprising the Windmill Trading Estate have existed in one form or another since 1782, when the estate was established as workhouses for the poor. Companies to have utilised the buildings include Hooper's Telegraph Works. Recently the Estate has been replaced by a mixed-tenure of housing apartments. The Mill House Ecology Centre and the Mill House Pub are located near the site of an old windmill, the remnants of which still exist. Also see separate article on Mitcham Common.

  • When industrialisation occurred, Mitcham quickly grew to become a town and most of the farms were swallowed up in the expansion. Remnants of this farming history today include: Mitcham Common itself; Arthur's Pond, sited on the corner of Watney's Road and Commonside East, and named for a local farmer; Alfred Mizen School (Now named Garden Primary), named after a local nursery man who was very charitable towards the burgeoning town; and the road New Barnes Avenue, which was named after the farm that stood on that site.


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