Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Chingford, E4?

Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge is a rare surviving example of a 16th century ‘standing’ – where the hunt Attractive Floor Sanding Quote in Chingford E4was viewed from its upper storeys.

It shows how a well-constructed timber-framed building can last over the centuries - and the value of wood from Epping Forest and beyond in construction.Classy dust free floor sanding services in Chingford E4

Wooden floors are one feature that has remained popular for beauty, hygiene and durability. They also have the capacity to add value to all kinds of properties as they improve with age.

So wherever the location of your floor – in the home, shop, office, café or restaurant – makes sure it stays in prime condition. If it has lost its youthful looks and is suffering from marks and scratches, restoration through floor sanding and sealing will bring it back to life.

Make your floors in Chingford E4 shine again with wood floor refinishing and polishing services from Sanding Wood Floors.

Sanding removes old paint and sealant - leaving bare wood ready for a fresh layer of natural oil, hardwax or lacquer.Wonderful Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery

No longer a dusty and messy job - as we gather virtually all dust with the unique collection systems from our machines. You will also lose minimal business as we offer flexible hours - at weekends or even overnight. We’ll work around your schedule and ensure any closure is limited to only a short time.

Whatever your type of floor - from hardwood boards to parquet blocks - we’ll give you the appropriate treatment: from repairs and gaps filled to staining for a change of colour.Chingford E4 Fascination Wooden Floors Varnishing

For your period floor, we’ll replace damaged blocks with matching materials. Mosaic, herringbone and parquet floor sanding and sealing will then create an authentic surface to rival the one originally laid down.

Call us today for a free assessment. We’ll give you the best advice from our twenty years in the business…

to prepare a floor to last and impress guests and customers.

Sanding Wood Floors
– your floor sanding company working throughout Chingford E4.

 * 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
Chingford E4 - 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 Chingford E4 - contact us today!

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Did you know about Chingford?

  • Chingford is a London district, situated 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Charing Cross. Historically a rural Essex parish, it gained Urban District status in 1894, and between 1938 and 1965 formed the core of the Municipal Borough of Chingford, Chingford now forms part of the north-east London Borough of Waltham Forest. It borders Essex to the north, Enfield to the north-west, Woodford Green to the east, Walthamstow to the south and Edmonton to the west. To the west are the William Girling and King George V reservoirs, known together as the Chingford reservoirs, and the River Lea. To the north lies Epping Forest, which is in Essex but is maintained by The Corporation of the City of London.

  • The River Ching runs through the area, and the town of Chingford is close to a number of crossings of that river. However, old maps and descriptions give a name for the settlement long before the river has a name and it is likely that the name of the river as "Ching" arose long after the settlement was named. It is also thought that, similarly to how Kingston upon Thames appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Chingestone and Chingetun (e), with ching being old English for king that Chingford could refer to the King’s river and Kings Ford. This idea is compounded by the Queen Elizabeth Hunting Lodge and links to royalty using the area for hunting in centuries gone by.

  • Friday Hill House, Simmons Lane, off Friday Hill, dating from 1839, was a manor house built and owned by Robert Boothby Heathcote, who was both the lord of the manor and rector of the local church. It was he who paid for the building of the church of St Peter and St Paul in Chingford. He is buried in the Boothby family vault in All Saints' Churchyard (Chingford Old Church), Old Church Road. The vault was purchased by Robert Boothby (died 1733), who lived in the previous manor house. The present building has been used as a further education centre, but was put up for sale in 2012.


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