Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Manor House?

One feature epitomises the great tradition of English building. The one that has given faithful service to soExquisite Floor Sanding Quote in Manor House many properties over the centuries: from homes and offices, to schools, gyms, cafes, shops and bars.

Yes, the natural wooden floor - from sturdy oak boards to the geometric patterns of parquet, mosaic and herringbone - remains as popular as ever. No wonder, for that combination of durability with beauty and hygiene provides the ideal floor surface.Excellent dust free floor sanding services in Manor House

Yet a natural product does require care and maintenance. So when your floors are looking tired and shabby – or marked and damaged - the solution is a call away. With floor wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist floor sanding company.

Make your floors in Manor House as good as new with wood floor sanding and polishing services from Sanding Wood Floors.

From repairs to damaged timber, gaps filled and staining for a new colour, we can restore your floor from any level of condition - however poor. After stripping away the accumulated layers of dirt, paint or sealant, we’ll apply fresh protection in the form of oil, hardwax or lacquer.

Disruption? We’ll adjust to your schedule with flexible hours – at the weekend or overnight. Messy? Have no fear of lingering dust with the dustfree sanding from our modern cylinder machines.Incredible Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery

We specialise in period floors – as in parquet floor refinishing where we repair damaged areas with original blocks. Your new surface will be as good as or better than the original. 

Call us today for a free assessment of your floor. We’ll answer your questions and restore your floor with only top quality materials.

For a floor to last longer, look better and offer superb long term value.Manor House Ideal Wooden Floors Varnishing

Sanding Wood Floors
– your floor sanding company working throughout Manor House

 * 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 Manor House - contact us today!

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

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

For a truly professional job in Manor House - contact us today!

National Wood Flooring AssociationFederation of Small BusinessTHE GUILD OF MASTER CRAFSTMEN

Interesting facts about Manor House:

  • Manor House is a district of North London that mainly falls within the London Borough of Hackney, although it is located on the border with the London Borough of Haringey.  Built up during the middle part of the nineteenth century as part of an area called Brownswood Park, Manor House is now a small district without a formal town centre, but distant enough from other town centres that it has come to be recognised as an area in its own right.

  • Taking its name from Manor House tube station on the Piccadilly line, it is centred on the crossroads of Seven Sisters Road and Woodberry Grove. The western border is defined by Finsbury Park in the neighbourhood of Harringay. Its other borders are defined by the New River, which loops around it on three sides.  The area consists mainly of the Woodberry down Estate, but there are also two small shopping areas, a school and a pub.

  • The pub is the source of both the name of the tube station and the area. The first pub on the site was built by Thomas Widdows c. 1810 as a roadside tavern next to the turnpike on Green Lanes. The pub was within sight of the Hornsey Wood Tavern, which had been formed out of the old Copt Hall, the manor house of the Manor of Brownswood. It is likely its name was taken from this connection. Later in the century a tablet was placed on the pub with the following inscription: “QVEENE VICTORIA HALTED HERE YE 25TH Oct A.D. 1843”

Copyright 2021 ©  | All Rights reserved.

Floor Sanding in Manor House