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Your wooden floors renewed in East Sheen
Christ Church was designed by one of the most distinguished Victorian architects..
Some wooden floors require a designer but the basic ones do the job just as well. A solid practical surface complemented by the beauty of its natural grain.
Keep them up to the condition your property deserves. Dull, scratched and damaged? It’s time to give them a fresh look.
And that’s when you need to call upon the experts in floor repair and restoration:
The East Sheen Floor Sanding Experts!
No matter how old or how poor their condition, we’ve restored hundreds of floors during our twenty years in the business:
in homes, shops, offices, school and restaurants
from solid/engineered boards to herringbone/parquet blocks.
Allow us to provide the complete restoration service:
repair of boards and blocks
replacing damaged timber with new or reclaimed materials
sanding away old paint and sealant
staining the bare wood for a fresh colour
- choose a darker or lighter shade to match your decor
sealing with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
And have no concerns about disruption and mess:
our efficient machines ensure a 99% dust free job.
And... all finished with supreme craftsmanship using the highest quality materials:
your new surface will last longer and prove a superb investment..
So get the best advice for the treatment of your floors:
ask us for your FREE assessment today!
The East Sheen Floor Sanding Experts
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The stone church with its pyramid on the tower was built from 1862-64.
Its architect was Sir Arthur Blomfield (1829-99), who was the fourth son of the Bishop of London. He was involved in building and restoring a remarkable number of churches over his life. The Victorians were great ones for putting up new churches to cater for the spiritual needs of the burgeoning urban population.
And there was plenty of work in making sure the old ones did not crumble away any further. Blomfield’s successful London practice took on the 22 year old Thomas Hardy as an apprentice.
He worked on Salisbury Cathedral, the Law Courts in the Strand and the church that was elevated to Southwark Cathedral. His original buildings include Selwyn College, Cambridge and particularly the Royal College of Music.