Time Has Taken Its Toll…
Your wooden floor – once a feast for the eye in its shiny beauty – is now a grey, scratched apology you shudder over
when you enter the room.
Yet the remedy is straightforward..
A fresh new surface from the professionals.
Call on Floor Sanding Dagenham for all your floor restoration needs in RM9.
Whatever your type of wooden floor -from hardwood boards to parquet blocks – we’ll bring it back to life:
- repairing and replacing any damaged timber
- sanding away old sealant and paint to bare wood
- staining for a change of colour. Go for a darker or lighter look to match your decor.
Modern grey and Scandinavian white are ideal for spacious open plan properties.
- resealing with the fresh protection of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All to the highest level of workmanship – and minimal mess. Don’t worry about dust – the job will be virtually dustfree with the efficient collection from our machines. And we can work flexibly to keep business or personal disruption to a minimum – at weekends or even overnight in RM8.
So call us today for your free assessment. You’ll get the best advice from a company who have sanded hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.
And – given the improvements in both restoration techniques and products – your new floor may even be better than the original.
Floor Sanding Dagenham – for a floor to be proud to display to guests, family and customers in RM10.
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
Life Before Ford
Any wooden elements of the local buildings should pay some kind of homage, given the submerged forests lying under the marshlands of the Thames.
Lying between the vast Becontree estate and the Ford main works, St Peter and St Paul is a surprising survivor of a genuine village church. Although the tower was rebuilt in 1800, it has elements of 13-15th century work within.
The vicarage has parts dating from the 1600s, while the Cross Keys is a gabled 15th century timber-framed building.
To the south, Rainham has a complete late Norman church – rare for Essex – with a 15th century chancel roof, complete with wooden kingposts and tiebeams.
Rainham Hall is a small red brick house of 1729 with sumptuous features – including a handsome staircase with twisted balusters.