Category Archives: floor buffing
Engineered floor renovated. In the pictures you see after it has been varnished.
During this project in Hackney we had to sand engineered flooring which had about 5mm solid wood top layer and then seal the floor with hard wax oil. We had to be very careful not to sand off the top coat … Continue reading
Below are a few photos made during our floor renovation job in St John’s Park in Central London, Westminster, SW1. This was a solid wood floor that needed sanding down, buffing, staining and sealing with a strong, hard wearing lacquer. This … Continue reading
In this project we’ve fitted reclaimed herringbone Sapele parquet. All the blocks were cleaned individually. Before the flooring was installed, the areas were levelled with levelling screed. Floor sealed with 3 coats of varnish. The project was carried out in … Continue reading
We’ve stripped the old white paint of these pine floor boards. Gap filled the floors with filler. The project was carried out at residential premises in Clapham, South London.The rooms now have warm, homely feel. Floor sanding gives the floors … Continue reading
Here we’ve made 3 videos which show how the floor is sanded, buffed and gap filled. The floor is firstly sanded with different sanding grits to even out the floor and strip the old lacquer. After the floor is even … Continue reading