Floor boards consist of solid timber and comes in thickness from 12, 14 and 19 mm. Since the boards are made from timber, exactly like solid wood floors they can be sanded and refinished many times if needed. If you live in London and surrounding areas, call us for information and offers whenever you feel you want to refresh your floors.

Unlike floating floors that float on top of existing substrate, hardwood boards are glued or nailed directly to any substrate, which make them super sturdy, resistant to changes and don't produce the “clicky’’ sound that floating floors tend to.

The wooden boards create that classic and elegant look of alluring and cosy home, or can be refinished and renovate for a modern twist in your minimalistic contemporary room or office. Renovation always begins with floor sanding like a milestone for great looking flooring and if you call our team, we can offer you free information and estimate to talk over exciting projects.

Well, floor boards often replace unsightly carpet or cover up tiled areas and remodel the whole conception of your home. It's time to thank them for faithful service and make them shiny new with a little bit of sanding. Similar to other timber products, hardwood boards come practically un-finished and in “row” condition, which means they can be stained and refinished a lot. In case you're bored with the old look of your floorboards or they're previously poorly done, we will provide information about sanding and do it for you, if in London.

The floor sanding procedure requires certain preparation – the damaged boards have to be replaced, loose nails – hammered down, cracks – filled with a filler. If floor boards are painted first we sand any loose or blistering paint, if they are varnished – we sand off traces of varnish, if polished or waxed – you definitely need expert advice and job, otherwise paint may not take. Flooring Services London mastered different types of methods over the years, so we'll do that for you with free estimate in London area first.

The sanding process begins with a coarse grade and finish with a fine one. In-between sanding stages dust have to be collected, because dust can scratch the fine and smooth surface on newly sanded floor and also can be mixed with PVA later to fill any appearing gaps. Then knotting solution have to be applied to any knots so the resin doesn't seep through paint layers later. After all this is done, floor boards have to be vacuumed and fine dust completely removed, white spirit can be used for removing the rest of grease and dust. Now the boards are ready for primer or undercoat to be applied before painting and finishing them.

As you can see, floor boards sanding is not an easy job and you want it done by pros. Many years doing that job for our clients all around London area give us confidence, that we are able to please everyone. Call our team member on 0800 0434359 or 020 88309782!