Restore your wooden floors in Charlton
Charlton in the Middle Ages was renowned for its Horn Fair and for the coining of a distinctive English word...
The natural wooden floor has survived the building fads of past centuries. Through turmoil and change, they have contributed a welcome stability to all kinds of properties.
As well as conveying class, beauty and distinction...
So make sure your floors continue to do their worthy job. Banish that inevitable wear and tear with the modern solution:
Wood floor repair and restoration from
The Charlton Floor Restoring Specialists
And here’s what you get!
The best advice:
• We’ll assess your floor and prepare a restoration schedule.
• A clean job with minimal disruption:
• our cylinder machines collect dust from outside each room
• ensuring 99% dust free sanding.
The complete floor restoration service:
for hardwood boards or parquet blocks.
All your floor needs:
• repairing and replacing damaged timber
• securing loose boards or blocks
• filling in the gaps for an even look.
Sanding away old paint or sealant:
Clearing rooms of furniture and disposing of carpets - as required
• staining for a fresh look to match your decor
• resealing with oil, hard wax or lacquer for hard wearing-protection.
• Your new floor finished with top quality products.
• It will prove a great investment - and remain looking beautiful.
We offer full advice as to the after-care your floor requires - depending on the type of floor and the
sealants you have chosen.
So wherever your floor’s location:
In the home or commercial premises such as the office, shop, bar, library or restaurant...
Draw on the benefits of a reliable family firm
Who’ve restored hundreds of floors - over our twenty years in the floor restoration business.
And are members of the Federation of Small Business and certified members of the National Floor Sanding Association (NFFA).
Ask us for your FREE assessment today!
From the Charlton Floor Sealing Company
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Charlton in the late 1800s was a ‘pleasant, well - built village’. The annual Horn Fair lasted until 1872. Those were the days! The crowd of men and boys marched through Deptford and Greenwich and back to Charlton with horns upon their heads.
It was originally held on the village Green in front of Charlton House - perhaps London’s most splendid Jacobean mansion. St Luke’s Church is the resting place of the only Prime Minister to be assassinated: Spencer Perceval in 1812.
And the word? In the time of the Saxon Prince Edward, Corleton was the town of husbandmen - or Churl in Old English. They must have gained a poor reputation - as we talk of someone being churlish to this day...
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The differences between softwood and hardwood flooring
Many customers come to us and ask whether they should choose hardwood or softwood flooring for their home.
Many believe that a hardwood floor will be more durable and last for longer, although this isn't always the case. A very strong softwood will be stronger than one of the weaker hardwoods; for example, the popular bamboo hardwood isn't as strong as the Cypress pine softwood.
A selection based on characteristics
The most common type of flooring in the UK is softwood flooring, as the light red or yellow colour is very popular with most interior styles. Some people do choose hardwood for its dark brown or red appearance. Many of our customers choose a specific floor because of the wood's unique characteristic - all wood has a very distinct texture, pattern and colour, which appeals to different people.
The most common type of hardwood floor which we install is oak or mahogany, although, around the world, maple and eucalyptus are also common. If you are looking for a more environmentally friendly choice, a softwood is a great option, because it can be regrown quickly. The most common softwood in UK homes is pine, although cedar and spruce are commonly used around the world.
How much wear-and-tear will your floor endure?
If you are fitting flooring in a room which is heavily used, we would recommend a hardwood as it is less prone to scratches. It will last longer and provide you with better value for your money. If you are fitting flooring into a room which is not used very often, a softwood which is usually less expensive could be a great solution. There are many softwoods available with a high-quality finish to ensure the wood can withstand plenty of use.
We understand that all homes are different, which is why we stock and work with such a wide variety of timber flooring. If you have any questions or would like some more advice about your flooring options and the range we supply, please don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email.