Category Archives: Floor varnishing
On this job the reclaimed parquet from Parquet Parquet has been cleaned on all 4 sides. Parquet is then laid in herringbone pattern, sanded, gap filled and lacquered (Junckers Strong).
Over the Christmas period we’ve carried out a floor renovation project for the Lima Restaurant in Central London. The floors were restored both on the ground floor and in the basement. We’ve also restored and relacquered a bar top downstairs. … 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
Solid Herringbone wood floor installation, sanding and varnishing.
Gaps filled, floors repaired, floor sanded, varnished in Honor Oak Park.
Floor sanding in East Sheen / Mortlake. All gaps filled with reclaimed pine wedges. Oak strip floor, pine floors sanding in progress.
Below are before and after pictures. Work in progress, floors have been sanded, gaps filled. Floors in Holborn will be finished with Junkers lacquer.
We’ve sanded down, repaired, gap filled and varnished these floors in Nunhead for our customer. You can really see the difference. The floors are Victorian floor boards and still look as new in places. Although due to nails getting rusty … Continue reading
Parquet floor sanding and varnishing in Wembley. Photo of the work in progress.
Floors sanded down and varnished in Great Bookham. Before photos