Since 1986

Wood Floor Sanding
Westminster

Bringing Life Back to Living Spaces.

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Restore Your Westminster Floors

Within palaces and pubs; shops and galleries; cafes and offices – and all kinds of residential properties…

The traditional wooden floor continues to offer durability, hard wear and natural beauty.

So when your floors – whether hardwood or engineered boards or parquet or mosaic blocks – are suffering the ill effects of time and feet, it’s time to give them a makeover.

With modern floor sanding from a specialist floor restoration company.

​Floor Sanding Westminster W2 are your choice for all floor repairs and resealing in Westminster in W9.

Draw on our expertise of having sanded hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.

From any age and level of condition, your floors will receive the ideal treatment to bring them back to their prime:

We’ll repair or replace damaged timber; sand away those old layers of sealant and paint; protect the bare wood with the fresh protection of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.

All with minimal dust and disruption. Today’s sanding is virtually dust free. And we will keep inconvenience to a minimum by working around your domestic or business schedule – at weekends or even overnight.

So call us today for your free assessment. You’ll receive the best advice for a new floor that could well surpass the original, given the improvements in floor products and restoration techniques.

Floor Sanding Westminster – for all your flooring needs throughout Westminster SW1.

Ask us for your FREE assessment today.

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If Buildings Could Talk

Westminster probably contains a richer concentration of historic and quality buildings than anywhere in the country.

Westminster Hall, being the chief law courts of England from the 13-19th century, has seen much of our turbulent history, including the removal of Edward the Second and Richard the Second. The magnificent hammerbeam roof was completed in 1402. Its Sussex oak timbers have looked down upon the death sentences pronounced on many famous names, including Thomas More and Charles 1.

Charles spent his last hours in his own commission of the Banqueting House in Whitehall before stepping out onto the scaffold. Built by Inigo Jones in 1619, this remains one the most important buildings in England, the first to be designed purely in the classic Italian tradition.

Add the dazzling painted ceiling by Rubens and you have something really special – even among the plethora of notable attractions nearby.

What Our Clients Say!

Freya Anderson
“Floor Sanding Westminster exceeded my expectations. The team was efficient, professional, and the end result is simply amazing. My floors have never looked better!
Freya Anderson
“Floor Sanding Westminster exceeded my expectations. The team was efficient, professional, and the end result is simply amazing. My floors have never looked better!”
Freya Anderson
Freya Anderson
Alfie Robinson
“I was thoroughly impressed by the quality of work done by Floor Sanding Westminster. Their superior craftsmanship is evident in the transformation of my floors. A...
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Alfie Robinson
“I was thoroughly impressed by the quality of work done by Floor Sanding Westminster. Their superior craftsmanship is evident in the transformation of my floors. A job well done!”
Alfie Robinson
Alfie Robinson
Poppy Walker
“The team at Floor Sanding Westminster is highly skilled and professional. They provided an affordable solution and my floors look absolutely stunning now. Highly recommended! ”
Poppy Walker
“The team at Floor Sanding Westminster is highly skilled and professional. They provided an affordable solution and my floors look absolutely stunning now. Highly recommended!”
Poppy Walker
Poppy Walker
Charles Holloman
"Floor Sanding Westminster were able to fix my floors in no time at all!!!!!! The results were amazing! Everything looks brand new again - like it never happened ! ...
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Charles Holloman
"Floor Sanding Westminster were able to fix my floors in no time at all!!!!!! The results were amazing! Everything looks brand new again - like it never happened ! And the wood is as strong as ever! We will definitely use Floor Sanding Westminster again when we need any other work done on our floors or carpets!"
Charles Holloman
Charles Holloman

Reasons That Set Us Apart!

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Common Myths About Wooden Floors

There are loads of myths about wooden floors that put people off but many of the commonly held beliefs are incorrect. Here we bust some of these myths about wood flooring.

They are expensive

While initial installation can be relatively expensive, a wood floor will last a lifetime. Carpets, lino and other flooring will all need replacing within 10 years but a good wood floor can easily last 5-10 times as long as a standard floor. Even in the lifespan of one homeowner wood floors are the better investment.

They are hard to maintain

Wood floors are easy to maintain on a day to day basis. Using a broom to sweep up is often easier than hovering too. If you have pets that malt then you’ll find sweeping your wooden floor far easier than sucking it out of the carpet.

They scratch easily

All floors will get damaged if you hit them hard enough or scrape them hard enough with something. For most floors this is the end of the line and the scratch is permanent, but with a wood floor it is possible to repair scratches. A floor sanding company will be able to buff scratches out of a wooden floor when you would need to live with or replace any other floor.

It depletes forests

Wood flooring is taken from renewable sources in the vast majority of cases and does not deplete the forests. You can check this when purchasing, but wood flooring is often more environmentally-friendly than other flooring that uses plastics or chemicals in the production.

They don’t provide warmth

Wood floors do actually provide warmth aesthetically because of their dark colour and also through effective insulation. Wood is a very good insulator that will help to keep the heat inside your home. Wood has 10 times more insulating capability than a concrete floor, for example.

They can't stand the wear and tear of pets and kids

The strength and resilience of your floor will depend on where it rates on the Janka scale. If you pick the right wood for your home then it will stand up to all you throw at it, including pets and children. For any damage caused there is always the option of wood floor refinishing that will be far more effective than trying to repair the vinyl floor your children have ruined.