Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Surbiton?

The area became known as Kingston by the Railway when the station was built in 1840. Although Surbiton isMagnetic Floor Sanding Quote in Surbiton now archetypal suburbia, traditional building still survives inside local pubs, bars, restaurants, offices, homes and schools. In the form of one of England’s most loved and enduring features: the natural wooden floor.

A natural product requires regular maintenance? Has your floor fallen below the required standard?Fascinating dust free floor sanding services in Surbiton  If so, and the marks and scratches dominate the grain, delay no longer. The answer lies in wood floor repair and restoration - from a specialist floor sanding company.

Sanding Wood Floros is your choice for floor renovation and polishing services in Surbiton.

Whatever your floor type: from soft or hardwood boards to parquet blocks, we’ll bring it back to life. After sanding away old layers of sealant and paint, the smooth bare wood may then be stained - and given the fresh protection of hard wax, natural oil or lacquer.

Sanding is no longer a dusty and messy job to be feared - as our cylinder machines have a unique collection system whereby sanding is virtually dustfree. As for potential loss of business, our flexible working – at weekends or even overnight – will keep any disruption and closure to a minimum. 

Magnificent Before & After Floor Sanding Gallery

Your period floors - as in wood floor sanding parquet - will compare with the original. We replace damaged blocks with reclaimed materials. Sanding and sealing will then create a beautiful new yet authentic finish.

So call us today for a free assessment of your floors. After twenty years of restoring floors, we will give the best advice on the treatment your floor requires, including repairs and gaps filled to prevent draughts.

We only use the highest quality products to a supreme level of workmanship. 
 For a floor to stay looking good - and provide great long term value.Surbiton Nice Wooden Floors Varnishing

Sanding Wood Floors - your floor sanding company in Surbiton

* 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 Surbiton - 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 Surbiton - contact us today!

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Did you know about Surbiton?

  • Surbiton, is a suburban area of south-west London within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. It is situated next to the River Thames, 11.0 miles south west of central London (12 miles by rail from London Waterloo). Surbiton was formerly within the County of Surrey, but became part of Greater London in 1965 following the London Government Act 1963, together with many areas including neighbouring Kingston and Richmond. Surbiton possesses a mixture of Art-Deco courts, more recent residential blocks and grand 19th century townhouses blending into a sea of semi-detached 20th century housing estates.
  • The present-day town came into existence after a plan to build a London-Portsmouth railway line through nearby Kingston was rejected by Kingston Council, who feared that it would be detrimental to the coaching trade. This resulted in the line being routed further south, through a cutting in the hill south of Surbiton. Surbiton railway station opened in 1838, and was originally named Kingston-upon-Railway. It was only renamed Surbiton to distinguish it from the new Kingston railway station on the Shepperton branch line, which opened on 1 January 1869. The present station has a fine art deco façade.

  • In the mid-1870s the novelist Thomas Hardy (1840–1928) lived in a house called 'St. David's Villa' in Hook Road, Surbiton for a year after his marriage to Emma Gifford. H.G.Wells, in his comic novel The Wheels of Chance, describes the cycle collision of 'Mr Hoopdriver' and a 'Young Lady in Grey'; the young lady approaching 'along an affluent from the villas of Surbiton'. The writer Enid Blyton (1897–1968) was governess to a Surbiton family for four years from 1920, at a house called 'Southernhay', also on the Hook Road. C.H. Middelton (1886-1945), who broadcast on gardening during the Second World War, lived in Surbiton, where he died suddenly outside his home.

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