Wood Floor Restoration Malvern
Wood Floor Restoration & Sanding Services
Malvern Floor Care specialise in sanding wooden floors and restoring them like new. Wood floor restoration can be carried out on most types of wooden flooring including parquet, plank flooring, solid oak, engineered or pine boards, and the methods we use are virtually dust free. We always recommend a free onsite assessment as we treat each flooring as unique, due to different wear and tear conditions, age, usage, treatments etc.
Restoring wood floor can bring a room back to life
Hidden away under your carpet or vinyl flooring, there could be a fantastic wood floor waiting to be brought back to life. We will assess and test patch your existing wood floors using the most up to date floor sanding technology which is almost dust free. After our various processes, your wood floor will be renovated. The process is then completed with staining, varnishing or waxing, lacquering or oiling, depending on the finish your require.
Clients include schools, sports halls, theatres, major hotels and restaurants as well as domestic clients wanting their wood floor at home, to be restored. The usage of the latest extraction systems ensure the minimum of dust and debris, delivering a hassle-free service to you.
Sanding and Restoring Your Wood Flooring
Restoring wooden floors takes skill and patience, and when done properly will leave your floors like new. If your wood flooring is looking tired or worn there is no need to replace it. You can simply have your floors sanded and refinished instead. We will be happy to answer any questions you have about your existing wooden floors and offer advice regarding their restoration.
Free assessments : Call us on 01684576028
- Virtually no dust made – latest updated equipment used
- Choice of lacquers – matt, semi gloss, gloss
- Stains, oils, waxes all available (stain colours of your choice)
- Filling of gaps, pin holes
- Sanding of wooden staircases
- Sanding of all wooden worktops
- The process for sanding and refinishing your wooden floors involves the following: