Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Elephant & Castle, SE17?

Spurgeon’s great Tabernacle dominates one side of this major traffic hub. Confident mid-Victorian character is Beautiful Floor Sanding Quote in Elephant & Castle SE17still represented by local shops and housing - many of which continue to benefit from that most enduring of features: the natural wooden floor.

As a durable and hygienic surface that improves with age, a well-maintained wooden floor is an asset. It has the potential to add value to all kinds of domestic and commercial properties: from the home and office; bars and cafes; schools, shops and galleries.Amazing dust free floor sanding services in Elephant & Castle SE17

When your floors have become tired and damaged, restore their shine through wood floo repair and restoration - from a specialist floor sanding company.

Sanding Wood Floors provide wood floor sanding and polishing services throughout Elephant and Castle SE17.

Sanding strips away the old layers of dirt, paint and sealant. The bare wood may then be stained – and then finished with the fresh protection from lacquer, oil or hard wax.


Having restored hundreds of floors over the past twenty years, we offer every wood floor refinishing service you may require: including the repair and replacement of damaged timber - and gap-filling to prevent Beauteous Before & After Floor Sanding Gallerydraughts.

Period floor restoration is a speciality. As in mosaic, herringbone and parquet floor refreshing - where we replace damaged areas with matching blocks. The new floor will have a beautiful finish that may surpass the original.

As for mess and disruption, have no fears. Our machines have a collection system that is virtually dustfree. Floor Sanding Services in Elephant and Castle SE17 While we can work flexibly around your schedule - at weekends or even overnight - to ensure minimal closure and loss of business.

So call us today for your free assessment. We’ll answer your questions and devise a job to meet your budget – for a floor to last and impress guests and customers.

Sanding Wood Floors – your floor sanding services working throughout Elephant and Castle SE17.

 * 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 Elephant and Castle SE17 - contact us today!

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

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

For a truly professional job in Elephant and Castle SE17 - contact us today!

National Wood Flooring Association TeamBethnal Green Floor Sanding Company is also Member of the Federation of  Small BusinessTHE GUILD OF MASTER CRAFSTMEN ORGANIZATION

Useful facts about Elephant and Castle:

  • The Elephant and Castle is a major road intersection in Central London, England, located in the London Borough of Southwark. It is also used as a name for the surrounding area. The Elephant, as it is known for short, consists of major traffic intersections connected by a short road called Elephant and Castle, part of the A3. Between these intersections, on the eastern side, is the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre, with an office block called Hannibal House on top. To the north of this, bounded by Newington Causeway and New Kent Road is a large residential block called Metro Central Heights.

  • Known previously as Newington (Newington Butts and Newington Causeway are two of the principal roads of the area), in the medieval period it was simply a part of rural Surrey, of the manor of Walworth. This is listed in the Domesday Book as belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury; the income from its rents and tithes supplied the monks at Christ Church Canterbury with their clothing; a 'church' is also mentioned. However, the parish was called 'St Mary, Newington'. That church occupied the site of the current leisure centre, next to the Tabernacle, being first recorded by name in 1222.

  • The "Elephant and Castle" is derived from a coaching inn of that name on the site. The earliest surviving record of this name relating to the area is in the Court Leet Book of the Manor of Walworth. This local court had met at "Elephant and Castle, Newington" on 21 March 1765. Previously the site was occupied by a blacksmith and cutler – the coat of arms of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers features an elephant with a castle (possibly meant to be a howdah) on its back, which in turn was used because of the use of elephant ivory in handles.

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