Since 1986
Floor Sanding Milton Keynes

Professional Wood Floor Sanding, Resurface, & Restoration

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SHINY, BEAUTIFUL, PRACTICAL, ENDURING…

From hardwood boards to parquet blocks, what can beat a polished natural wooden floor?

So make sure your floors are doing the job you want.

If they’ve become dull, tired, scratched or split… bring them back to life with sanding and resealing.

Make Floor Sanding Milton Keynes MK6 your choice for floor repairs and restoration.

In the office, home, shop, restaurant, bar, school, museum or gallery – and from any age and level of condition – we’ll provide the complete service:

Fantastic Floor Sanding Services in Floor Sanding Milton Keynesthe repair and replacement of damaged timber; sanding away old paint and sealant; applying fresh protection of oil, hard wax or lacquer.

Do you fancy a change of colour? We can also stain to a lighter or darkest shade, such as the modern pale washed look of grey or Scandinavian white.

And all to the highest standards with only top quality products. They last longer, look better and offer the best long-term value.

Do you fancy a change of colour?

We can also stain to a lighter or darkest shade, such as the modern pale washed look of grey or Scandinavian white.

And all to the highest standards with only top quality products. They last longer, look better and offer the best long-term value.

Mess and disruption are a thing of the past – as we keep down the spread of dust with the collection system of our modern cylinder machines. And any inconvenience and closure will be slight: allow us to adjust to your domestic or commercial schedule – by working at weekends or even overnight MK19.

So call us today for your free assessment. You’ll receive the best advice from a company who have sanded hundreds of floors for more than twenty years.

​Floor Sanding Milton Keynes – for a new floor to display with pride MK16.

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NEW TOWN – OLD GEMS WITHIN

The towns and villages encompassed by the new town still retain their own character and some noteworthy buildings from medieval times onward:

​Queen House is in the High Street at Stony Stratford. Dating from the 1500s, it has possible work by Wren and Hawksmoor. The impressive staircase in the hallway is decorated with pentagrams.

​Among the former villages, the church at Willen comes from a quiet period for church building (1680) and is a rare example of early English Baroque – designed by the physicist, Robert Hooke. At Castlethorpe, the church has an unusual joint dedication to the apostles Simon and Jude. Parts date from the late 1100s. Its attractive interior contains an 18th century oak pulpit and an early 17th century panelled screen.

What Our Lovely Clients Say!

Betty Smith
I had my floors done which I lived in my home for 1 year, George did an amazing job. George is professional, patient and explains what his work consists ...
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Betty Smith
I had my floors done which I lived in my home for 1 year, George did an amazing job. George is professional, patient and explains what his work consists of in detail. I had my floors clean, buff and refinished in a semi gloss shine. Awesome job.
Betty Smith
Betty Smith
Julia Lopez
Thanks for installing our new hardwood floors in the three bedrooms and refinishing the existing floors in the living room and hall. Nice job great service and very ...
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Julia Lopez
Thanks for installing our new hardwood floors in the three bedrooms and refinishing the existing floors in the living room and hall. Nice job great service and very accommodating to our time schedule thanks!!! Would recommend to everyone!!!
Julia Lopez
Julia Lopez
Catherine Sobalvarro
Amazing folks make up the staff here. There was no downtime throughout the whole swift procedure. Outstanding communication and comprehension skills. ran its course while staying within the ...
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Catherine Sobalvarro
Amazing folks make up the staff here. There was no downtime throughout the whole swift procedure. Outstanding communication and comprehension skills. ran its course while staying within the budget. To me, Staff's genuine interest in and excitement for his profession stood out as particularly impressive. This much is self-evident. My home has beautiful floors.
Catherine Sobalvarro
Catherine Sobalvarro

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TIPS

How to finish unfinished hardwood flooring

Installing a hardwood floor is an ambitious project but one that’s by no means beyond your capabilities if you have great DIY skills. Of course, you can install pre-finished floorboards, but where’s the fun in that? Installing unfinished boards affords you the opportunity to give them a unique finish that reflects your personal taste and style.

Check the installation

  • Check that the subfloor is absolutely level – if necessary, sand down and fill any depressions for an even surface.
  • Lay a membrane to protect against moisture and warping.
  • Face nail (or glue) the first and last boards, making sure to countersink the nails, then blind nail each board through its tongue.

Sand for the perfect finish

Don’t assume that because your floorboards are new they won’t need sanding. Floor sanding is the only way to iron out any imperfections and leave the kind of smooth and even surface that results in a truly professional finish.

First give the entire floor a coat of latex wood floor filler, following the instructions and leave to dry overnight. Now use a coarse grit sandpaper to sand the floor diagonally and then following the grain. This will have the effect of cutting back the surface quickly and evenly. Edge sand with the same grit and then vacuum thoroughly – hiring dust free sanding equipment will cut the workload considerably.

Now repeat the entire process with 80 and 100 grit sandpaper. Give the floor a final vacuum and a wipe over with a tack cloth to ensure everything is dust free before you start to apply your finish. This is where you can really create magic – or end up taking the floor back to the bare wood again by sanding and starting over.

The big finish

If you want your floor to look richer or warmer, then apply a stain at this point. Brush on and wipe off with a rag, moving across the floor in sections and leaving to dry overnight. Of course, you will test the stain on an offcut to make sure you like the colour before starting on the entire floor, right?

Now add a coat of sealer to your floor to ensure that the wood fibres are smoothed down and ready for the polyurethane finish. Use a sanding screen to lightly key the surface and vacuum well.

Finally, apply two to three coats of the polyurethane of your choice, screening and vacuuming between coats for the best results. Dip your roller in mineral spirits each time you apply your chosen finish and it’ll roll on like butter for a dream result!

There are a few aspects to consider when looking at choosing a new kitchen floor, including:

  • Your budget (wooden flooring is a gorgeous affordable option for almost any budget)
  • The size of the kitchen
  • The decor in the kitchen and surrounding rooms
  • How willing you are to maintain it.

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