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Sanding Oak Parquet Floors

By On January 29, 2018 Under Floor Sanding

We put together the following video to showcase an oak parquet floor that was restored recently. This provides information and detail about our dust free sanding provisions for County Durham, Middlesbrough and the surrounding areas.

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The first image shows the deteriorated state of the wooden floor when we arrived. It is often at this point that it is a challenge to imagine what the floor will look like, once restored. The vision of damage caused over many years or hidden under carpets can often overshadow any of a restored floor.

This is the point where it is our responsibility to discuss the expected finishes with our clients. This allows them to envision what it will look like. It is also an opportunity to discuss any limitations to the anticipated work.

Following on from this, the sanding process begins. This already shows what the natural wood underneath looks like under all the old surface coatings. It is, at this point, that natural grain pattern really shines through. The large sanding machines are used in a continuous motion to remove the top layers.

Different sanding machines are used around the edges of the rooms; although this process requires time and patience, it is imperative to ensure a seamless finish and reduce damage to the surrounding skirting or surrounds.

Once the sanding process is completed the wood finish can be applied. Did you know… that this process works to protect the natural wood underneath? Without completing this process, the wood floor is likely to get damaged quickly and will not be able to withstand usage.

A wood finish can alter the appearance of the wooden floor; this parquet floor is transformed with its durable wood finish. Have you got a floor that needs to be restored? Call us today; we are expert floor sanders and we will be happy to arrange a survey for your floor. Call 0808 118 5747.

 

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