Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Barking?

The town boasts a gateway to a Benedictine nunnery, the parish church and Elizabethan manor house - allSplendid Floor Sanding Quote in Barking impressive examples of English building tradition. Eastbury House has splendid woodwork in the attic and a turret with a spiral oak staircase.

Although the buildings of the last century may be more prosaic, they still benefit from the diversMarvelous dust free floor sanding services in Barkinge qualities of timber. The enduring popularity of wooden floors is apparent in all kinds of domestic and commercial buildings.

So keep up their worthy standard by making sure your floors are in prime condition. Any wear and damage can be put right by a specialist floor sanding company.  

Call on Sanding Wood Floors for the complete wood floor repair and restoration service throughout Barking.

However poor and old your floor, we’ll bring it back to life. After repairing damaged timber and filling gaps, we’ll sand to a smooth finish. Then stain for a change of colour - and apply fresh protective sealant from natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.

Forget about dust and disruption. Our cylinder sanding machines will ensure that the job remains virtually dustfree. And we’ll keep any closure and inconvenience to a minmum with flexible working. A weekend or overnight job will ensure brief closure and loss of business.Alluring Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery

You have a period floor? Parquet wood floor refinishing is about replacing damaged blocks with authentic materials. The new surface will be up to the quality of the original.


So ask us today for your free assessment. You will get the best advice from our twenty years of sanding floorboards. Your floor will be a glowing presence - and stay looking good.Barking Exquisite Wooden Floors Varnishing

Call on Sanding Wood Floors for quality restored wooden floors in Barking.

 * 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 throughout Barking.

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

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

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

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Did you know about Barking?

  • Barking is a suburban area of east London, England and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. It is located 8.8 miles (14.2 km) east of Charing Cross and is one of 35 major centres identified in the London Plan. It was historically a fishing and agrarian settlement in the county of Essex and formed an ancient parish. The economic history of Barking is characterised by a shift to market gardening, and industrial development to the south adjacent to the River Thames.

  • Its name came from Anglo-Saxon Berecingas, meaning either "the settlement of the followers or descendants of a man called Bereca" or "the settlement by the birch trees“. „Barking", in English slang, is short for "barking mad". Barking is sometimes cited as the origin of the phrase. This is attributed to the alleged existence of a medieval insane asylum attached to Barking Abbey. However, the phrase is not medieval, and first appeared only in the 20th century. A more likely derivation is from comparing an insane person to a mad dog.

  • The manor of Barking was the site of Barking Abbey, a nunnery founded in 666 by Eorcenwald, bishop of London, destroyed by the Danes and reconstructed about a hundred years later in 970 by King Edgar. At the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536, Barking Abbey was demolished; apart from the parish church of St Margaret, some walling and foundations are all that otherwise remain on the site. The church is an example of Norman architecture; Captain James Cook married Elizabeth Batts of Shadwell there in 1762, and it is the burial place of many members of the Fanshawe family of Parsloes Manor.


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