Since 1990

Wood Floor Sanding
Ealing

From Blunt to Bright: Transform Your Terrain.

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Enjoy Your New Wooden Floors in Ealing

Sir John Soane is a man who deserves to be better known for his architectural achievements. He designed churches and his early 19th century country house at Pitzhanger Manor is now a gallery and cultural venue.

Yet his main triumphs – the best sadly destroyed – lie elsewhere.

As a lover of beauty and form, Sloane would have approved of the traditional wooden floor. How would he have reacted to the sight of yours?

To repair and restore the marked, scratched or damaged, he’d have brought in the best company he could find.

Were he living today, this one would pass muster..

The Ealing Floor Sanding Specialists!

Reliable and knowledgeable

  • having restored hundreds of floors for over twenty years, our family firm provides you with the best advice.

working on floors of every kind

  • from solid/ engineered boards to parquet/herringbone blocks.

offering the complete floor restoration service

  • repairs to damaged timber
  • sanding back to bare wood
  • staining for a change of colour
  • refinishing with oil, hard wax or lacquer.

99% dust free sanding

  • with our modern, efficient system that collects dust from outside your rooms.

Ask us for your FREE assessment today.

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Ealing

Hammersmith Bridge of 1887 has never rated among London’s more popular Thames crossings. This large suspension bridge was designed by the engineer, Joseph Bazalgette. He was more noted for restoring the Thames embankments and London’s crumbling sewage systems – so perhaps aesthetics were not his strong point…

As to the infamous flyover, the pace of its traffic softened by the clerestory and tower of the church, this 1960-61 effort by the Special Works Department of London County Council looks best from underneath. Impressive enough, with its concrete segments carried by a single row of columns.

For a gentler experience, try the colour scheme offered by the Salutation pub opposite the town hall. From 1910, its mellow red brick is dominated by glazed tiles in an extravagant mix of mauve and blue.

What Our Clients Say!

James Taylor
“I hired Floor Sanding Ealing to restore my hardwood floors and I was blown away by the results. Their team was professional and the work was completed...
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James Taylor
“I hired Floor Sanding Ealing to restore my hardwood floors and I was blown away by the results. Their team was professional and the work was completed on time. I highly recommend them.”
James Taylor
James Taylor
Sophie Williams
“The team at Floor Sanding Ealing did a fantastic job on my living room floor. The quality of their work exceeded my expectations. I would definitely...
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Sophie Williams
“The team at Floor Sanding Ealing did a fantastic job on my living room floor. The quality of their work exceeded my expectations. I would definitely use their services again.”
Sophie Williams
Sophie Williams
Emily Johnson
“I was amazed by the results after hiring Floor Sanding Ealing. They were efficient, friendly, and left my floors looking brand new. I couldn’t...
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Emily Johnson
“I was amazed by the results after hiring Floor Sanding Ealing. They were efficient, friendly, and left my floors looking brand new. I couldn’t be happier with their service.”
Emily Johnson
Emily Johnson
Oliver Smith
“Floor Sanding Ealing transformed my old, worn-out wooden floor into a stunning feature of my home. Their attention to detail and professional service is second to...
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Oliver Smith
“Floor Sanding Ealing transformed my old, worn-out wooden floor into a stunning feature of my home. Their attention to detail and professional service is second to none. Highly recommended!”
Oliver Smith
Oliver Smith

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Helping Your Wood Floor Stand Up to Children and Pets

One of the biggest myths concerning wood floors is that they don’t stand up to the wear and tear inflicted by children and pets. If you have a nipper, perhaps a fluffy companion, or even a combination of both, then read on for all you need to know about helping your wood floor stand up to family life.

Simply put, wood floors can stand up to any conditions you can throw at them – you just need the right combination of maintenance and finish. For every pet or child-inflicted stain or scratch mark, there is a solution.

Choose the correct tree species

There are a number of wood species that lend themselves well to resisting the best efforts of a high impact household. Oak and pine flooring are the most commonly found wood species in the UK and rate well on the Janka scale (a scale of wood hardness), coming in around the midway point. Pine floorboards should be able to withstand high traffic areas and resist most normal wear and tear. Of course, the beauty of a real wood floor is that if things do get out of hand, they can be repeatedly re-sanded and re-finished – however many times your child or pet tries.

Choose the correct finish

Generally speaking, high-gloss finishes will show marks and dents more easily than a more matt finish. If you’re about to have your floors sanded, make sure you think about particular areas of high traffic in your house such as the hallway, living room, and kitchen and perhaps alter the finish you opt for with this in mind. A lacquer finish (can come in high-gloss or matt) requires less maintenance but doesn’t stand up to hard wear and tear as well as other finishes. It’s also worth bearing in mind that any damaged areas can require specialist treatment to repair stains and scratch marks. Oil finishes, on the other hand, are harder wearing but do require some maintenance. The big benefit is that oiled floors can be kept-up with spot treatments – perfect for minor child or pet-related incidents.

When it comes to wood floor finishing and maintenance, there are plenty of ways to combine the beauty of a wood floor and the highs and lows of family life. Get in touch with The Floor Renovation Specialists today if you require further advice.