Using the latest in machine technology, creating minimal dust, we are floor sanding in Kent, London and South London, renovating natural wood floors to the highest of standards. Whether you have just discarded those dirt hoarding carpets or simply require your varnished floor to be re-furbished, call us now for a free quotation.
We use the finest quality lacquers and oils, scientifically designed and developed in the UK, Sweden and Germany. Mylands, Bona Kemi, and Pallmann are World leaders in floor products, which means both looks and durability are more than catered for when covering your newly sanded floor. Whether you require a clear or stained, matt, satin or gloss finishes, our team will always be able to satisfy your requirements.
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Here we show you a step by step removal of the concreted fire hearth, turning the ugly old fashioned, undesirable feature into more than useful floor space.
The first image shows the ugly concrete hearth making the room look untidy.
The second image shows the removal of the boards in a pattern to step the joins which helps hide the repair.
The third image shows the area re-boarded using old and new to disguise the repair once the extra joist has been fixed in place for support.
The forth image shows the area buffed, coloured and finished to match the rest of the floor...
All that is required now, is a carpenter to blend in a new peice of skirting and... 'Voila!'
Images five to eight show the same process applied to a floor with the boards running in the opposite direction... Not a problem just a little more complicated...
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To access under or into a T+G floor, you have to first remove the tongues from above with a skill saw. This is a very delicate operation as you DO NOT want to destroy the boards to disguise the access once re-fitted. T+G floors are often fixed with secret nails, so these too have to be sawn through during the process.
Therefore, to patch in a T+G floor during the fire hearth removal process, great care and planning is required.
This can be even more difficult with narrow boards especially if originally laid to what is now a very rare 'Oregon Pine', or 'Douglas Fir' as shown. The reclaim purchase can cost as much as £100 per sqM if you can locate any, so waste is not an option!