Camberley in GU15 – Fresh Floors Await
Long lasting, easy to maintain – and unmatched for class and looks, the natural wooden floor has been a staple feature in
English properties for centuries.
From hardwood and engineered boards to parquet and herringbone blocks, they grace all kinds of domestic and commercial properties. From houses, offices and shops to bars, schools, galleries and restaurants.
When they have lost their youthful shine and become shabby, marked or damaged, don’t delay a day longer. Call in the floor restoration skills of a specialist company.
Floor Sanding Camberley GU17 are your choice for all floor repairs and resealing.
Modern sanding is no longer to be feared: the spread of dust is minimal with the efficient collection of our cylinder machines.
And any period of closure or inconvenience can be brief with the flexible working we offer – at weekends or even overnight.
Use our experience and expertise for the best advice on your floors. Our team members have restored hundreds of floors for more than twenty years. We will do all that is required to bring your back to life:
Repairs and replacement of damaged timber; sanding away old sealant to smooth bare wood; staining for a change of colour to give a fresh look to your interior – such as the popular grey or Scandinavian white in GU16.
The final stage is to apply fresh sealant of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All to the highest standard of workmanship. Given the improvement in both restoration techniques and floor products, the new surface may even surpass the original.
So call us today for your free assessment. And let’s get moving on your floors.
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
BROOMS TO SUBURBIA
The historic market town – the clearing where the broom grows – became the epitome of suburbia from the arrival of the railway in 1858. The parish church was bombed in 1941 but rebuilt retaining its medieval tower.
The remnants of the villages retain pockets of rural atmosphere. The site of the oak tree in Keston, where Pitt and Wilberforce discussed the abolition of slavery, has acquired a fresh tree. The medieval church is one of those rare such buildings with no saintly dedication, while the postmill of 1710 on the common does not need one.
Hayes Church has some 13th century features – and Down House was for long the residence of Charles Darwin.
The more affluent parts of the borough have several gated communities, but whether exclusive or more modest, all kinds of properties have wooden floors. Ask Floor Sanding Camberley how they may be transformed into a worthy – yet modern – feature to impress family, guests and customers.