Floor Sanding Bromsgrove
Bromsgrove Floor Sanding (B61): If you have wooden floorboards in your home in Bromsgrove, you might be thinking about having them sanded down and used as the final floor surface, replacing your existing carpets with a beautiful and hard wearing floor, free of dust, allergens and mites. This can be done with both soft and hardwood floors and it can even add value to your property.
Floor sanding is not for the faint hearted and if you decide to proceed you will need to be prepared for a bit of upheaval. You could control this to some degree if you choose to do it yourself but not many homeowners in Bromsgrove have the expertise or willingness to take on such a project. Local Bromsgrove floor sanding companies will be your likely port of call and if you can't find a suitable on nearby, there are others throughout Worcestershire who should be able to help.
You may be worried about a lot of dust being generated during the floor sanding process but this should not be the case at all if you decide to call in a professional Bromsgrove floor sanding company. They will use specialist floor sanding machines which include powerful extraction systems, easily sucking up any dust that is produced and storing it until it can be properly disposed of. If you went at it with your own electric sander you will fill the house with dust and get yourself in a terrible mess. The result will also not be as good.
Specialist floor sanding machines are not of course exclusive to the professionals, so if you do decide to have a go at sanding your own floors you could always hire the necessary equipment which is readily available somewhere in the Bromsgrove or Worcestershire area. Ask the hire company exactly what you need and they will advise as to the best machines for your project. There are some well known makes of floor sander including Lagler, Bona, Pallmann and Hummer.
Your Bromsgrove floor sanding contractors will probably ask you to clear everything from any rooms that are to be worked on, although they may be prepared to help you with this if you are unable to do it yourself. Chat with them about it beforehand and see what can be worked out. A clear, clean room is essential when carrying out this sort of work, so get all that stuff out of there! Larger heavy items of furniture could possibly be left in there and moved from end to end, but again talk with the company.
Once the sanding has been finished your floor may need some minor repairs and general tidying up. Larger nail and screw holes can be filled with an appropriate wood filler and given a final rub down with smooth sandpaper. Cracks and splits can also be given the same treatment. If there are any lumps of wood missing these can be carefully repaired, filled and also rubbed down.
Sealing and varnishing your newly sanded floorboards is the last and final part of the process. This is when you really notice the difference in your floor. A coating of an appropriate sealer (for instance Liberon Floor Sealer), will help to bring out the beautiful natural colours of the wood, provide the varnish with a sound base, and at the same time offer some additional protection against various types of damage. Two or three coats of a top quality varnish should then be applied, giving plenty of time for dying between coats.
Maintenance of Wood Floors
It doesn't matter if a floor is in a living room in your house, in a bustling office or in a busy pub, it still needs to be looked after and given regular maintenance to keep it in good condition and looking attractive. Exactly how much maintenance it needs will depend somewhat on the finish that has been applied to it. Oiled floors can simply be cleaned and given a new coat of oil. Lacquered or varnished floors can be cleaned and given a coat or two of acrylic seal, or bonded and given a new coat of lacquer or varnish. And Hard wax oiled floors can be cleaned, lightly sanded where it is worn and new wax applied.
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A few Bromsgrove areas served by Bromsgrove floor sanding services: Arundel Road, Tyrells Lane, Churchfields Gardens, Blackwood Road, Alvechurch Highway, Bracken Grove, Drovers Way, The Acorns, Stourbridge Road, Bumble Hole, Aintree Close, Dodford Road, Conway Road, Breakback Road, Chadwich Manor Estate, Blenheim Crescent, Cardinal Crescent, Billy Lane, Doctors Hill, Church Street, School Road, Crown Close, The Orchard, Townsend Avenue, Beehive Close, St Godwalds Road, Crabtree Drive, Blake Road, St Catherines Close, Copyholt Lane.
Floor sanding elswhere: London, Yateley, Southsea, Sedgley, Stoke-on-Trent, Letchworth, Merthyr Tydfil, Chesham, Horley, Bury St Edmunds, Sunderland, Ashton in Makerfield, Stroud, Ewell, Ashton-under-Lyne, Swindon, Thetford, Shoreham-by-Sea, Eastleigh, Crawley, Maidstone, Salford, Bingley, Bristol, Altrincham, St Albans, Ferndown, Wath-upon-Dearne, Stirling, Clacton-on-Sea, Leyland, Bath, Slough, Bentley, Newport Pagnell, Brownhills, Droylsden, Perth, Fleet, Telford, Bridgwater, Grimsby, Milton Keynes, Barnet, Ross-on-Wye, Skelmersdale, Bloxwich, Newry, Beeston.
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