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Wood Floor Sanding
Chelsea

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Wood Floor Restoration Services in Chelsea, SW3

Natural wooden floors…

Unbeatable for class, beauty, durability, tradition and practical wear.

Whether hardwood boards or parquet blocks, they not only enhance all kinds of properties – in the office, home, school, shop, restaurant, bar or gallery – but can add value if properly maintained.

Are your floors up to scratch? If not – whether just grey and shabby or marked and damaged – don’t allow them to fester for a moment longer.

Have them transformed with wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist company.

Make Floor Sanding Company in Chelsea your choice for repair and restoration.

Here’s what we can do for you…

Floor restored to the highest standards at every stage:

  • Repairing and replacing damaged timber;
  • removing old paint and sealant;
  • staining the bare wood for a fresh look (such the pale wash of grey or Scandinavian white);
  • protecting the new surface with oil, hard wax or lacquer.

Draw on our expertise for the best advice

  • we’ve restored hundreds of floors over the last twenty years.

And all with minimal mess and disruption

  • Modern sanding is virtually dustfree with our cylinder machines.
  • We can also work around your domestic and business schedule- a t weekends or even overnight.
For looks or hard wear, we’ll create a floor you’ll be proud to display in your property.

So call us today for your FREE assessment

Chelsea – poetry and piety

The bohemian reputation of Chelsea was well-earned, given the number of notable artists, writers and poets who have lived and died here. Dickens was married in St Luke’s Church – an expensive early example of the Gothic revival – in 1836.

The old church was bombed during the war but rebuilt to house a rich collection of monuments.

Of a later era, St Cuthbert, Philbeach Gardens of the 1880s is unprepossessing without, but inside the woodwork provides atmosphere while the screens and lectern are high quality examples of an English-style art nouveau.

Crosby Hall is a wool merchant’s house, partly of 1475. From its original site in Bishopsgate, it was moved stone by stone in 1926 for use as a hall of residence for university women. An enjoyable experience, no doubt, to dine under its original hammerbeam roof in the Hall.

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What Our Clients Say!

Emily P.
Floor Sanding Chelsea delivered exceptional results on our parquet flooring project. Their attention to detail and dedication to quality were evident throughout the entire process. The floors look ...
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Emily P.
Floor Sanding Chelsea delivered exceptional results on our parquet flooring project. Their attention to detail and dedication to quality were evident throughout the entire process. The floors look better than I could have imagined, and the team completed the job on time. If you're looking for a reliable and skilled floor sanding service, this is the company to choose.
Emily P.
Emily P.
Robert M.
I can't express how thrilled I am with the work done by Floor Sanding Chelsea. They completely transformed my living space with their floor sanding and finishing services. ...
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Robert M.
I can't express how thrilled I am with the work done by Floor Sanding Chelsea. They completely transformed my living space with their floor sanding and finishing services. The team was punctual, professional, and left no mess behind. My floors now have a beautiful, glossy finish that brings out the natural beauty of the wood. I highly recommend their services for anyone in need of floor restoration.
Robert M.
Robert M.
Sarah H.
I had a fantastic experience with Floor Sanding Chelsea. They transformed my dull and scratched wooden floors into a work of art. From the initial consultation to the ...
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Sarah H.
I had a fantastic experience with Floor Sanding Chelsea. They transformed my dull and scratched wooden floors into a work of art. From the initial consultation to the final coat of finish, their team was responsive, skilled, and committed to delivering top-notch results. I'm extremely satisfied with the outcome and would definitely use their services again.
Sarah H.
Sarah H.
John D.
I recently hired Floor Sanding Chelsea to restore my old, worn-out hardwood floors, and I couldn't be happier with the results! The team was professional, efficient, and left ...
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John D.
I recently hired Floor Sanding Chelsea to restore my old, worn-out hardwood floors, and I couldn't be happier with the results! The team was professional, efficient, and left my floors looking brand new. Their attention to detail and the flawless finish truly exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend their services to anyone looking to revitalize their floors.
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John D.

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How to create a painted rug for your newly refinished hardwood floor

Home renovations don’t have to cost the earth. Although it is best to hire a specialised to carry out the refinishing work on a wooden floor, you can brighten up the room and save money on soft furnishings by creating a stylish floor mat. This painted mat is waterproof and spill-resistant, cheap to make, and is a project that can be completed in just a weekend using minimal DIY skills.

What you’ll need

  • Pencil
  • Hardwearing, waterproof paints of different colours (suitable for use on wooden flooring)
  • Paint roller and two covers
  • Small paint brush
  • Paint trays
  • Masking tape
  • Tape measure
  • A straight-edge

How to do it

The rug is created by painting a background colour first, and then adding whatever designs or patterns you’d like on top. Choose colours to coordinate with your renovation décor scheme, or go for a total contrast – the choice is yours! It’s a good idea to draw your design out on a piece of paper first so that you can refer to it as you work.

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The first thing to do is to mark out the basic shape of the rug on your floor using a pencil and the straight-edge (a straight piece of wood or a ruler is also ideal for this). Place strips of masking tape around the outer edges of the pencil lines.

Choose a colour for the background of the rug. Pour the paint into a paint tray and use the roller to apply two coats of the appropriate paint to the floor within your pencil markings. Allow the paint to dry completely. Take up the masking tape and touch-up any ‘bleed’ marks using your paint brush.

Mark out the patterns or designs you want for your rug onto the background using a pencil. Place strips of masking tape around the outside edges of the pencil marks. Next, pour the paint you’ve chosen for the rug patterns into the tray. Use the paint brush to fill-in the patterns. When the paint is touch-dry, apply a second coat and leave to dry completely. Remove the masking tape and touch-up ‘bleed’ marks as before.

Allow at least 24 hours before you allow foot traffic over your new rug, just to make sure it’s completely dry.