Are You Looking for a Floor Sanding Company in Sussex?

Sussex is blessed with many fine National Trust houses: from Petworth and Uppark in the west to Bateman’sAstonishing Floor Sanding Quote in Sussex in Rye and Alfriston Clergy House - a 14th century Wealden ‘hall-house’ that was the Trust’s first acquisition in 1896.  All make use of the abundant timber from the woodlands of the Sussex Weald.  

You don’t have to own an historic building to enjoy the benefits of timber in your property. Wooden floors Beautiful dust free floor sanding services in Sussexretain their popularity for good reason: their natural beauty and durability is matched by hygiene and ease of maintenance.

As they can improve with age, look on them as an investment - with the potential to add value to your home, office, shop, school, gallery, gym, bar or restaurant.

Don’t allow that potential to be squandered. When time and feet have left a dull, marked and damaged surface, give them a fresh start. Choose wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist floor sanding company.

Make Sanding Wood Floors your first choice for wood floor refinishing and polishing services in Sussex.

Don’t worry about dust and disruption. By working flexibly - at weekends or even overnight - any period of Fascinating Before & After Floor Sanding Galleryclosure will be brief. And with the efficient collection from our cylinder sanding machines, the job will be virtually dustfree.

Having sanded hundreds of floorboards for over twenty years, we will provide the complete service for your floors: from repairs to damaged timber and gaps filled - to staining for a change of colour. The final vital stage is your choice of fresh protection from natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.

Period floors are our speciality. Parquet floor sanding refreshing is about replacing damaged blocks with Sussex Ideal Wooden Floors Varnishingmatching materials. The authentic finish will retain the character of your floors - and may even surpass the original surface.

So call us today for your free assessment. We offer the best advice - and a package to meet your budget.

For a new floor to look great and be worthy of your property.    

Contact Sanding Wood Floors for wood floor restoration throughout Sussex

* 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
Sussex - contact us today!

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Interesting facts about Sussex:

  • Sussex from the Old English is an historic county in South East England corresponding roughly in area to the ancient Kingdom of Sussex. Clockwise, it is bounded to the west by Hampshire; north by Surrey, north-east by Kent, south by the English Channel and is divided for local government into West Sussex and East Sussex and the city of Brighton and Hove. Brighton and Hove was created as a unitary authority in 1997, and was granted City status in 2000. Until then, Chichester had been Sussex's only city.

  • The name 'Sussex' derives from the Kingdom of Sussex, founded by Elle of Sussex in 477 AD, which in 825 was absorbed into the kingdom of Wessex and the later kingdom of England. The region's roots go back further to the location of some of Europe's earliest hominid finds at Boxgrove. Sussex has been a key location for England's major invasions, including the Roman invasion of Britain and the Battle of Hastings.

  • Sussex is divided into two administrative counties and one unitary authority, Brighton and Hove. The divisions of east Sussex and west Sussex have their roots in the church's division of the county at the river Adur into east and west parts (divided from at least the 11th century into the archdeaconry of Chichester and the archdeaconry of Lewes). With Sussex's cathedral located at Chichester in the far west of the county, 9 miles from the western boundary and 90 miles from the eastern boundary, it became practical to divide the county into two sections. The three eastern rapes of Sussex became east Sussex and the three western rapes became west Sussex.

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