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Wood Floor Sanding
North West London

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Wonderful North West London Floor Sanding Company

Few features in a property beat a polished and shining traditional wooden floor.

From hardwood boards to parquet or herringbone blocks – they are the hardest wearing, most practical and beautiful of floor surfaces. Such floors have graced all kinds of properties
for hundreds of years.

So if you are fortunate to have such a feature – whether in the home, office, school, museum, bar or restaurant – make sure its appearance stays worthy of its location. A natural product is subject to everyday wear and tear, leading to marks, scratches and dullness. The solution is straightforward. Floor restoration and resealing from a specialist company.

Floor Sanding North West London NW3 are your choice for floor repair and renovation.

Here’s what we can do for you…

Our fully-trained staff have restored

  • hundreds of floors over the past twenty years

We provide the complete floor restoration service:

  • replacement and repair of damaged timber
  • sanding to strip away old paint and sealant
  • staining for a change of colour
  • fresh sealing with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer

Dust and disruption?

  • A thing of the past, with the virtual dustless sanding from our cylinder sanding machines.

Any closure or inconvenience will be minimal as we offer flexible working:

  • a weekend or even overnight job will fit around your domestic or business schedule.

Improvements in restoration techniques

  • And given the improvements in restoration techniques and floor products, the surface of your new floor may be superior to the original NW8.
So don’t delay. Call us today for your free assessment. You’ll get the best advice – and a job completed with top quality products to a supreme level of workmanship.

So call us today for your FREE assessment

Survivors of the North West

Middlesex may have been taken over by suburban sprawl and the spread of Metroland, yet remnants of the old rural county still remain. Kingsbury has two churches in one churchyard: one of Norman origin, while the Victorian replacement has a wooden gallery with painted panels.

Ruislip retains its village feel around the church – its nucleus of old buildings includes several 16th and 17th century cottages. St Martin’s enjoys a Jacobean pulpit, oak desks and the rare feature of a bread cupboard for the poor.

Among the quality building in Harrow, St Mary’s has a 15thcentury wooden roof with wallposts carved with apostles – and an oak pulpit of 1675.

Arriving almost into the country, Stanmore has weatherboarded cottages along with the picturesque ruins of St Mary’s church dating from the early 17th century. The new Victorian church contains many fittings from the old, including the font and several monuments.

Nearby at Little Stanmore lies the site of Canons, a lavish Queen Anne mansion described by Defoe as ‘the most magnificent house’ in England. Its owner, the Duke of Chandos, rebuilt the parish church (the tower is Norman). It has one of the most surprising interiors in the country. The painting and statues together with the wooden gallery, ironwork and box pews contribute towards a Baroque spectacular.

Next door, the Chandos Mausoleum has a self-aggrandising monument to the Duke and his two wives.

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What Our Clients Say!

Emily S.
I recently had Floor Sanding North West London restore my aging hardwood floors, and I couldn't be happier. Their team was professional, punctual, and highly skilled. The transformation ...
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Emily S.
I recently had Floor Sanding North West London restore my aging hardwood floors, and I couldn't be happier. Their team was professional, punctual, and highly skilled. The transformation of my floors was nothing short of remarkable, and the finish was flawless. I would wholeheartedly recommend their services to anyone looking to rejuvenate their flooring.
Emily S.
Emily S.
David M.
I hired Floor Sanding North West London to work on the parquet floors in my home, and the results exceeded my expectations. The team was efficient, and their ...
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David M.
I hired Floor Sanding North West London to work on the parquet floors in my home, and the results exceeded my expectations. The team was efficient, and their attention to detail was impressive. They managed to bring out the natural beauty of the wood, and the floors look stunning. I'm thrilled with the outcome and would hire them again without hesitation.
David M.
David M.
Mark H.
Floor Sanding North West London is undoubtedly the go-to choice for floor restoration. Their skilled professionals were both courteous and efficient. They transformed my tired-looking floors into a ...
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Mark H.
Floor Sanding North West London is undoubtedly the go-to choice for floor restoration. Their skilled professionals were both courteous and efficient. They transformed my tired-looking floors into a work of art, and the results speak for themselves. I'm absolutely delighted with the outcome and would recommend them to anyone looking for high-quality floor sanding services.
Mark H.
Mark H.
Sarah J.
I had the pleasure of working with Floor Sanding North West London on a floor refinishing project for my office space. Their team was prompt, professional, and highly ...
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Sarah J.
I had the pleasure of working with Floor Sanding North West London on a floor refinishing project for my office space. Their team was prompt, professional, and highly skilled. They managed to restore the worn-out floors to their former glory. The entire process was seamless, and I highly recommend their services for both residential and commercial projects.
Sarah J.
Sarah J.

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Effective parquet floor sanding

Parquet is back in fashion. It’s very much on trend as the flooring to have, but if you’re restoring parquet rather than laying new flooring it does need a little more attention than traditional floorboards. The problem is that even the experts don’t seem to be able to agree on the best and most effective way to sand parquet flooring.

Go with the grain

The usual advice when floor sanding is to follow the grain. That’s to say the direction in which the wood fibres are lying. That’s easy to do on a conventional wooden floor made up of long floorboards, but it’s a totally different matter when it comes to parquet. With smaller strips of wood laid in a pattern, it’s impossible to sand each and every strip with the grain. However, if you sand across the grain you run the risk of damaging the floor. What’s the best way to tackle this particular dilemma?

Ask the professionals

Getting parquet floor sanding right, and creating a professional finish for your prized floors is not an easy task. In fact, parquet flooring renovation and sanding are probably best left to a professional floor sanding company who have experience dealing with parquet and can create the finish you want.

Diagonal or straight and across?

There are two schools of thought when it comes to the best way to sand a parquet floor. Some floor sanding professionals believe that sanding straight and across is the least damaging way to tackle sanding a parquet floor. The theory goes that you never sand completely with the grain when going straight, or against it when you go across, so that all blocks are sanded more or less evenly. This is the most effective method to use when you’re stripping an old finish from your parquet blocks.

The second school of thought is that you should sand diagonally. On a standard floor, sanding diagonally can be extremely aggressive leaving cross grain scratches that mar the finish. But because you can never sand with the grain successfully on a parquet floor, a diagonal sand is actually the best way to achieve a smooth finish. By sanding diagonally, every block will be sanded once against the grain and once following it.