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Time to Restore Your Wooden Floors in Mortlake

For over a century, the Thames skyline was dominated by one of Britain’s oldest breweries…

Wood has uses far beyond the essential role of storing beer in casks. It’s also good to walk upon, as the continuing popularity of the natural wooden attests. So don’t allow a shabby, marked look to bring down the interior appearance of your property.

In the home, office, shop, school or public building, bring them back to their youthful beauty with the expertise of a specialist company.

Choose the Mortlake Floor Sanding Experts

And See What You Get!

The accumulated experience of twenty years in the floor restoration business:

  • from solid boards to parquet blocks.

And... minimal disruption to your home or working schedule:

  • no fears about mess with 99% dust free sanding.

With top quality floor products:

  • for a superb value job that lasts.

The complete floor restoration service:

  • repairs to damaged boards and blocks
  • replacing missing areas with new or reclaimed timber
  • sanding old paint and sealant back to bare wood
  • staining to change the colour
  • fresh protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
Allow us to create a beautiful new floor for your property

Ask us for your FREE assessment today.

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Mortlake

The Stag or Mortlake Brewery originated from the 15th century and metamorphosed into Watney’s in the late 1800s. This name still raises the hackles of the dedicated real ale drinker, though it could be argued that the much castigated Red Barrel was a major factor behind the founding of CAMRA in 1972.

Cask ale is enjoying a boom with hundreds of small breweries now plying their craft.

When Watney’s Stag Brewery in Victoria was demolished in 1959, the name was officially applied to the Mortlake Brewery.

Watney’s became part of the huge brewing conglomerate Anheuser Busch (producing Budweiser on the site). The latest merger with Belgium-based InBev led to the closure of the brewery in December 2015.

With the site earmarked for flats, this is a sad end to centuries of brewing tradition in Mortlake.

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Sarah Mitchell
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"My expectations were exceeded in every way. The team at Floor Sanding Mortlake was punctual, courteous, and the results are stunning. I can't stop admiring my beautifully restored floors. Thank you!"
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"The process of rejuvenating my floors was stress-free. Their skilled team delivered exceptional results, and I'm thrilled with the beautiful floors they've provided."
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Emma Parker
"I highly recommend Floor Sanding Mortlake for their outstanding service. They were professional, efficient, and my floors now look brand new. It's like I have a whole new home!"
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Old wooden floors – tips on what to look out for before refinishing

Old wooden flooring, such as oak, beech, maple and birch not only looks beautiful in any home, it is highly practical. If you have recently moved into a new home that has old wooden floors, then don’t be disheartened, as old wooden floors can be made to look like new again. The way in which we sand and treat this type of wood flooring is incredibly important.

What to look out for?

It is important to note any signs of weakness or damage to the flooring before you decide to sand and varnish the floor. Firstly, look for signs of the floor having been previously sanded. These will include marks where nails have been previously placed into the wood. Other signs may be the appearance of very fine cracks, as the wood has been weakened over time.If the floor is not well supported and has a lot of foot traffic, then these fine lines will be more prominent and will show a weakness within the fabric of the wood. This section of wood will need to be replaced.

Sanding old wooden floors

Old wooden flooring such as oak and maple does need a lot of prep work before the sanding process can take place. Thoroughly vacuum and clean the floor of all dust and debris. Hiring a dust free sander is a good idea. When sanding wood floors it is a good idea to work against the grain, not with the grain. The reason for this is that it will prevent big grooves appearing in the wood. When sanding old wood, it is a good idea to hire floor sanders or even to use floor sanding contractors. If you wish to varnish your wooden floor after sanding, then a floor sanding and polishing service is recommended.

The beauty of old wooden flooring

It is well worth persevering with old wooden floors. They are what most home owners would love to install, but simply cannot afford to do so. Just make sure to get them professionally sanded and if some boards are damaged, repair them before starting the sanding process.