Yes. We can supply and fit all types of flooring, including engineered, hardwood and reclaimed flooring. We also fit all types of wooden flooring. We offer all these services at very competitive prices.
The operative word here is ‘maintenance’. Always have a door mat to trap any grip or dust coming in from outside. Make sure to sweep or vacuum the rooms as often as possible, so that the dirt doesn’t cover the floor when it comes into contact with other objects. Identity areas that endure high traffic and watch out for wear and tear. When any are detected, apply fresh lacquer or wax on the area. If you wear shoes in the house or have children or pets, these will increase the chances of the floor needing more sanding. Therefore, you should reduce these factors where possible and increase every maintenance routine you will be practicing.
Engineered floors are not like laminated floors that can’t be sanded back after finishing. They have a top wear layer that allows for multiple sanding. Previously, this wasn’t possible, but today, things are different. However, the thickness of the wear layer will determine how often engineered flooring can be sanded. For instance, if the thickness of the wear layer is 2mm, then it can only be sanded twice.
Studies show that wooden floors are home to dust mites, which can trigger asthma. Also, our sanding machines generate zero to no dust, so you’re well covered in that area. We make use of quality finishing chemicals that are not coarse, so that you don’t have to worry about it triggering your asthma. However, we recommend you wait for it to dry before using the rooms in question. The finishing will also take a longer time to harden – perhaps two to three days – so make sure not to place any furniture on it.
We will be delighted to provide references to allow you to forge a clearer picture of our brand and signature style. Why not start from checking out some of the public buildings we’ve worked on? They can exhibit the quality of our service and you’ll get to see if you have any favourites. After that, you can also interact with some of our customers on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Google+. They will not only tell you about the quality of our services, but also how friendly our professionals are.
We’ve been offering high quality floor sanding services for a number of years. Our excellent service delivery ensures we are always in high demand. That’s why we staff highly trained experts on our team, who are ready to accommodate all your flooring needs, anytime you need them. Furthermore, we will always work around your schedule to fit in with you.
We usually apply three coats. However, for lacquer, we use one prime coat alongside three top coats.
There’s no doubt that a varnished wooden floor always turns heads. Sanded flooring with good finishing catches the eye. A renovated hardwood is always something to count as a plus when you’re showing a realtor around your property. Generally, making improvements to your property will add value to it, with your flooring being no exception.
There are many benefits to sanded floors. For instance, they are usually much more hygienic than non-sanded ones. They look more appealing and are easier to clean and maintain. The benefits are boundless. It also gives your entire look a facelift, which when combined with redecoration, is dazzling.
Most floors aren’t as bad as they appear. Once we remove the finishing, you’ll find that the wood is still good. After sanding it, you’ll still be able to see the beauty underneath. However, if it’s in poor condition, we can repair the floorboards with reclaimed ones or fill it up with sawdust and glue. From experience, most of the ugliness disappears after a floor is properly sanded.
The best way to answer this question is to take into account all the factors surrounding sanding. For instance, the thickness of the floor is a major factor that can determine how many times it can be sanded. Also, the people carrying out the sanding job will be factored in. Generally, if there is a significant blemish on the floor, sanding will be applied to take care of it. If you are particularly worried about your floor, call us and we’ll take some details to help answer your questions more effectively.
Once we have completed your floor, we recommend you do not place rugs back down for 7 days to allow floor to breath and cure properly.
Once the final coats have been applied, it will take 72 hours before your floor is at full strength.
Yes you can, but you will need to hire all the equipment and buy all your own materials, once you have done this you may have saved some money but the final result would not be as nearly as good as the professionals. The process will be much more dusty also due to the quality of machines you would be using.
No, we never sub contract our workers, you will be greeted by our trusted and relaible employees.
As long as we have access you do not need to be in while we renovate your floors, most of our clients will leave us to it during the day due to the noise levels.
Our working hours on site will usually be 0845 – 1700 in most cases, however this may vary if required to complete your floors on tighter schedules.
We do work on Saturdays, however if work is not completed by the end of day we will return on the Monday in most situations unless prearranged.
Payment is expected on completion of your floor and can be made by BACS (bank transfer) or cash.
We do require rooms to be clear on arrival, however if possible we can move large heavy items out of the room if our clients are unable to lift them by themselves. (Please discuss if you have these requirements)
You can move your furniture back after 24 hours, however the cure time for most lacquers is 72 hours before your floor is at full strength, we recommend minimum traffic where possible to reduce risk of damage and to place felt pads under furniture before moving back.
Waterborne finishes are the most environmentally friendly and have the least odour, other products we use are spirit based and will have a strong smell to them while we are working in the property.