Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Epping Forest?

This once-extensive area was reduced after the Civil War to supply timber for the navy. It slumped to a merePleasing Floor Sanding Quote in Epping Forest 600 acres in 1851 before coming under the auspices of the City of London Corporation. 

It is oak and pine – rather than the splendid hornbeams of the forest – that are noted for their role wooden floors from antiquity to the present day.

How well they have served English building! In all kinds of domestic and Superb dust free floor sanding services in Epping Forestcommercial properties, they combine a natural beauty with extreme durability and hygiene – along with being very easy to maintain.

No wonder they remain popular in homes, shops, offices, schools, cafés, bars and galleries. When your floors are looking the worse for wear, remember how they represent an investment that is worth maintaining – and one that can add value to your property.

So invest in some wood floor restoration from a specialist floor sanding company.

Make your floors in Epping Forest as good as new with wood floor repair and polishing services from Sanding Wood Floors.

Having sanded floorboards for over twenty years, we offer you the best advice and restoration treatmeSplendid Before & After Floor Sanding Gallerynt - with every job performed to the highest levels of workmanship. This will include all you may need: from repairs to damaged timber; gaps filled to prevent draughts; and staining if you need a change of colour.

And we protect your new floor with your choice of sealant: lacquer for wear; oil or hard wax for the traditional look.

Sanding floorboards is no longer a messy and dusty job. Our machines collect virtually all dust. And we can work flexibly - at weekends or even overnight - to minimise disruption, closure and any loss of business.Epping Forest Elegance Wooden Floors Varnishing

Your period floor will be in safe hands. For herringbone, mosaic or parquet floor restoration, we repair damaged areas with reclaimed authentic material. The authentic finish of your new floor will rival the original.

Call us today for a free assessment of your floor. You will have a floor to last -restored to your budget - and one you’ll be proud to show to visitors and customers.

Sanding Wood Floors –  Your floor sanding company working throughout Epping Forest –    

 * 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
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For a truly professional job in Epping Forest - contact us today!

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

For a truly professional job in Epping Forest - contact us today!

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Useful facts about Epping Forest:

  • Epping Forest is an area of ancient woodland in south-east England, straddling the border between north-east Greater London and Essex. It is a former royal forest, and is managed by the City of London Corporation. It covers 2,476 hectares and contains areas of woodland, grassland, heath, rivers, bogs and ponds. Stretching between Forest Gate in the south and Epping in the north, Epping Forest is approximately 19 kilometres (12 mi) long in the north-south direction, but no more than 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from east to west at its widest point, and in most places considerably narrower.

  • The name "Epping Forest" was first recorded in the 17th century; prior to this it was known as Waltham Forest (which gives its name to the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest, which covers part of the modern forest). The area which became known as Waltham, and then Epping Forest has been continuously forested since Neolithic times. Embankments of two Iron Age earthworks — Loughton Camp and Ambresbury Banks— can be found in the woodland, but pollen profiles show that Iron Age occupation had no significant effect on the forest ecology.

  • There were disputes between landowners (who enclosed land) and commoners (who had grazing and cutting rights). One group of commoners was led by Thomas Willingale (1799–1870) who on behalf of the villagers of Loughton continued to lop the trees after the Lord of the Manor (Maitland) had enclosed 550 hectares (1,400 acres) of forest in Loughton. This led to an injunction against further enclosures. The Epping Forest Act 1878 was passed, saving the forest from enclosure, and halting the shrinkage of the forest that this had caused. Epping Forest ceased to be a royal forest and was placed in the care of the City of London Corporation who act as Conservators.

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