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So your wooden floors need a makeover..

You’re fed up with that shabby look: the marks, scratches, digs..

 the chipped blocks or the split and wobbly boards.

Modern floor sanding is efficient and can transform the worst floors - of any age - into a surface you can be proud of.

Whether In the home, office, bar, school or museum, this job requires the skills of a specialist floor restoration company.

Floor Sanding Hampshire are your choice for all floor repairs and resealing RG21.

The traditional look is smooth and polished. You want something fresher and more up to date? Leave it to us.  We can produce a pale and bleached look in a wide range of colours. Scandinavian white is a popular choice to enhance kitchens and open plan dwellings.

Whatever your choice, you will get the best advice from our team of trained specialists – and a job completed to the highest standards.

Experts in Floor Sanding & Finishing in Floor Sanding Hampshire We’ll repair or replace damaged timber; sand away old layers of sealant
 and paint; apply the fresh protection of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.

 We have restored hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.
For both hardwood boards and parquet blocks, your floor will get the  treatment it needs to produce a hardwearing surface or one to impress                                              
guests and customers.

And don’t worry about dust and disruption. Our cylinder machines have a collecting system that is virtually dust free. We can also work around your domestic or business schedule to minimise inconvenience - at weekends or even overnight.

So call us today for your free assessment. Your floor could well be superior to the original, given the improvements in floor products and restoration techniques.

Floor Sanding Hampshire SO23 - for all your flooring needs.


The country has many interesting examples of the adaptability and durability of timber:

The Old Vyne north of Basingstoke is a country mansion in a wonderful setting. Its splendid private Tudor chapel has a well-preserved interior. The original glass and wooden fittings make it one of the best of its kind in the country.

Although not a county associated with mills, Hampshire enjoys Winchester City Mill, rebuilt in the 1730s – and the rare example of a working tide mill at Eling on Southampton Water. Recent restoration has enabled it to continue grinding corn as it has for the past 900 years.

Northwards in Romsey, King John’s House dates from 1256 and has a wooden roof to delight the connoisseur of medieval construction – with original tiebeams and crownposts.

The nearby church of St Mary at Michelmersh has a sturdy wooden tower, while Breamore on the western edge of the New Forest has one of the most complete Anglo-Saxon churches in the country. The village has several Tudor buildings along with Breamore House itself, an Elizabethan mansion thankfully rebuilt after a fire in the mid 19th century.


Bringing your wood staircase back to life

A wooden staircase adds real quality and charm to your interior, and is incredibly robust and hard-wearing. But heavy foot traffic eventually takes its toll and you'll need to think about sanding and finishing your staircase to bring it back to life. If you don't have the budget to employ a professional floor sanding company this is a job you can tackle yourself, but it takes time and patience to do a good job.

Qualified Floor Gap filling, Sanding & Finishing in Floor Sanding HampshireGet the prep right

A professional finish is all about getting the preparation right, so clean and thoroughly vacuum your stairs before you start and remove any metal treads or tack strip. Knock in any protruding nails and fill any large holes with a matching coloured wood filler.
Excellent Floor Sanding & Finishing in Floor Sanding Hampshire	Just like a floor - with more corners

Sanding your staircase is a lot like sanding any floor except there are more corners and you can only use a handheld orbital sander. Strip the old finish with 50 or 60 grit paper, keeping the sander constantly on the move to avoid chatter marks. Either scrape out the finish from the corners with a scraper or use a special mouse sander designed to get into corners.

Now you'll need to vacuum well again, even if you've hired dust free sanding equipment, before sanding each step again with 100, 150 and 220 grit to get the best possible finish. You'll need to sand by hand, and to clean down every step between each sanding. If your staircase is in daily use, you may prefer to sand alternate steps over a few weeks.

Experienced team in Floor Sanding & Finishing in Floor Sanding HampshireDon't forget the poly

With a high-traffic area like a staircase it's essential that you apply a minimum of three coats of poly and make sure they cure and harden properly for optimum durability. 

• Work from the top of the staircase to the bottom, brushing in one direction only along the grain of the wood.
• Whether inside or outside, never apply poly on a rainy day as it won't set and may go cloudy, ruining the finish.
• Sand between each coat for best results, wiping away the debris with a rag soaked in mineral spirits - or use baby wipes!
• If you're staining the staircase, do that first and let the stain dry overnight before you start to poly.
• For best results, keep your brush wet with mineral spirits and you'll find the poly spreads like butter!



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