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Restore your wooden floors in Brent
The creator of several of our best-loved children’s story characters was born in Kilburn in 1882...
The natural wooden floor is a well-loved feature of properties old and small, prestigious and humble. No other surface combines hard wear and beauty with ease of maintenance.
Are yours covered in marks, scratches or suffering worse damage?
Bring on the remedy...
Specialist wood floor repair and restoration from
The Brent Floor Sanding Specialists
Whatever your floor: hardwood/engineered boards or parquet/herringbone blocks.
Whatever its age and level of condition.
And wherever its location: in the home, shop or office
school, library, gallery, sports hall, bar or restaurant...
We’ll bring it back to life!
Here’s what we’ll do:
Repair and replace damaged or missing timber
Realign and secure wobbly boards or blocks
Fill in the gaps if you desire an even look
Remove old paint or sealant
Stain the bare wood for a change of colour to match your decor
Apply fresh protection with the sealant to suit:
natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
No fears about mess and disruption:
with 99% dust free sanding
Our efficient machines collect dust from outside each room.
Inconvenience and potential loss of business?
All kept to a minimum.
Allow us to clear your rooms of large items of furniture -
remove old carpets and floor coverings.
And engage in flexible working - at weekends or even overnight.
The highest quality job:
Our full-trained staff complete every floor to the last degree of workmanship. And using only premium stains and sealants ensures your new surface will be durable and keep its good looks.
A little goes a long way. We’ll advise you on the best ways to maintain your new floor in tip-top condition.
So use the expertise - and over twenty years’ experience - of a friendly family firm who’ve brought hundreds of wooden floors back to life.
Ask us for your FREE assessment today!
From the Brent Floor Sanding Experts
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
Alan Alexander Milne was taught by HG Wells at School and became an assistant editor at Punch. He was wounded on the Somme and served as a captain in the Home Guard during WW2.
His stories were filmed in the 1920s and his best known play remains the adaptation in 1930 of ‘The Wind in the Willows’: ‘Toad of Toad Hall’.
Yet it is for the immortal Pooh and his pals of the Hundred Acre Wood (based on Ashdown Forest in East Sussex close to his home) that Milnes’s fame has endured from 1926 to his death in 1956 and up to the present day..