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New Wooden Floors in Lewisham

An actress who played one of the most recognisable of all movie characters was born in Lewisham in 1902…

A wooden floor is also a recognisable feature in all kinds of properties. Whether from their practical use or natural beauty, they deserve to be viewed as a prize asset.

So turn them from shabby, marked and pitted into a fresh new surface with modern floor sanding.
Get specialist wood floor repair and restoration from:

The Lewisham Floor Sealing Services!

Here's what we offer:

Make use of our twenty years in the business – hundreds of floors restored in every location:

  • from homes, shops and offices to schools, restaurants, bars and galleries.

We’ll bring your floors back to life:

  • from any age and condition
  • and whatever their type –
  • solid hard or softwood boards
  • engineered boards
  • parquet and herringbone blocks.

Here’s what we’ll do:

  • reposition loose boards or blocks.
  • replace damaged timber with new or reclaimed material.
  • fill in gaps for a more even look, if desired.
  • sand away the old coatings of paint or sealant.

Don’t worry about mess

  • We’ll do all we can to minimise any dust and disruption.
  • We can clear rooms of large items of furniture – and dispose of old carpets and floor coverings.
  • And sanding is 99% dust free – our machines collect the dust from outside each room of your property.

Staining for a new look:

  • We can stain the fresh bare wood with a clear or coloured stain to match your decor.

Renewed protective layer:

  • Choose from the range of sealants available today – Natural oil; hard wax oil; lacquer.
  • Modern lacquers are water-based and completely safe for use in the home.

The highest quality:

  • We’ll complete your new floor to the highest levels of workmanship.
  • All our staff are fully- trained in the application of the very best modern stains and sealants.

After care:

  • A little effort goes a long way. Ask our advice on the maintenance your floor requires – all dependent on its type and the sealants used.
Allow us to create a beautiful new floor for your property

Ask us for your FREE assessment today.

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Elsa Lanchester (1902-86) married Charles Laughton in 1929.

After success on the London stage, they settled in Hollywood in 1940. She was soon cast in character parts: no beauty but with a good voice and quirky approach to playing housekeepers, maids and governesses.

She was good in ‘The Vessel of Wrath’ as the teacher taming the reprobate played by Laughton – and 25 years later was the nanny whose abrupt departure precipitates the arrival of Mary Poppins…

But it is for her role in the 1935 classic ‘Bride of Frankenstein’- sporting that frizzy hair with the streak of white – that she is best remembered. Her recoil at the pathetic attempts at tenderness by the poor creature is bizarre, touching and creepy at the same time.

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Michael Smith
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"Lewisham Floor Sanding exceeded my expectations in every way. The team was punctual, courteous, and the results are stunning. I can't stop admiring my beautifully restored floors. Thank you!"
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Emily Robinson
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"Lewisham Floor Sanding made the process of rejuvenating my floors stress-free. Their skilled team delivered exceptional results, and I'm thrilled with the beautiful floors they've given me."
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"I highly recommend Lewisham Floor Sanding for their exceptional service. They were professional, efficient, and my floors now look brand new. It's like I have a whole new home!"
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David Parker
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Top tips for restoring parquet floors

Imagine your delight when you peel back that old carpet to reveal a stunning parquet floor that has sadly seen better days. The good news is that parquet floors can be restored. Below we share with you our quick parquet floor restoration guide.

Find out if any blocks are damaged or missing

Do a full search of the parquet floor and make a note of any missing or damaged blocks. Also, check if there are any loose blocks, ones that are not attached firmly to the underfloor surface. Loose blocks should be carefully removed. You then need to find replacement blocks. A reclamation or timber yard are both a good place to start.

Get cleaning

Next comes the messy part, as all traces of bitumen (old style glue) needs to be removed from the old blocks, as well as the underfloor. This can be done with the use of floor sanders and by immersing the blocks in kerosene. All bitumen needs to be removed as the blocks will not bond to the floor surface if there are any traces left behind.

Make sure the floor is level

When restoring parquet floors it is vital that the floor surface is level. There is no point laying down wooden blocks onto an uneven floor, as they will easily crack over time. One way in which to create a level floor is by using an acrylic compound. Just be sure to follow the instructions.

Lay the new blocks

This is the exciting bit! Follow the existing pattern and don’t leave any large gaps between blocks. It is also best to apply the parquet adhesive onto the underfloor, as opposed to the block, as this will create a stronger bond. Also, have a cloth handy to clean up any excess adhesive from the top of the blocks.

Sand the entire parquet floor

For the absolute best parquet flooring restoration results, you need to sand the entire floor. Parquet floor sanding can be timely, but it is well worth it to get that professional finish. Just remember to thoroughly vacuum the floor before you start. Or to save yourself the time and effort, call in the experts.