Floor Sanding Hythe
Hythe Floor Sanding (CT21): If you or any of your family suffer from asthma or allergies, one way to help reduce the risk within your property in Hythe is to replace dusty carpets with a clean natural floor surface like wood. If you already have timber floorboards then you will just need to have them sanded down and finished. The result will be a practical, low maintenance and beautiful looking floor.
If you do decide to go ahead and get your wooden floors sanded down you will need to find the right people to do it. A quick search on the internet or in the local Hythe newspaper will turn up a few possibilities. Alternatively you could try asking family or friends to recommend someone. Doing floor sanding yourself is probably not an option unless you are a really accomplished DIYer, and even then you will have to hire some pretty decent equipment which could still be costly.
Your first thought will probably be that this is going to create an awful lot of mess and dust, but that is actually not the case. Your floor sanding company will not be using little hand held sanders such as those you might have used for sanding down a door or some paintwork. They will turn up with some pretty hefty equipment which includes an extraction system that sucks up all the dust as the sanding progresses.
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 Hythe or Hampshire 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 Hummer, Lagler, Pallmann and Bona.
Your Hythe 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.
The last stage of the process will be sealing and finishing your floor. These days not everybody uses sealer on wood floors since the modern varnishes are supposed to do the job of sealing and finishing your sanded wood surface. Our own opinion is that it is better to give your floor a coat of sealant first, as this brings out the natural colour of the wood, gives extra protection against scratching and staining, and gives the perfect base for the final coats of varnish. For varnishing use a good quality polyurethane product such as Ronseal Diamond Hard Floor Varnish and give it two or three coats.
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Some Hythe addresses covered by Hythe floor sanding services: Castle Road, Stade Street, Bartholomew Gardens, Turnpike Close, Bridle Way, Cobden Road, Court Road, The Fairway, Bridge Close, Bassett Gardens, Bartholomew Street, Berwick Lane, Chestnut Terrace, The Street, Brook Close, Springfield Passage, Botolphs Bridge Road, Douglas Avenue, Cobay Close, Cinque Ports Avenue, Saxon Close, Beacon Way, Blackhouse Hill, Seadown Close, Brockhill Road, Britten Close, Blackhouse Rise, Craythorne Close, Church Road.
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Floor sanding elswhere: Harwich, Bromsgrove, Wilmslow, March, Chesterfield, Irvine, Pudsey, St Albans, Southend-on-Sea, Witney, Hartlepool, Goole, Windsor, Littlehampton, Edinburgh, Wigston, Christchurch, Beverley, Shipley, High Wycombe, Winsford, Great Yarmouth, Portsmouth, Yate, Rainham, Holmfirth, Tipton, Congleton, Leek, Ashton-under-Lyne, Southampton, Lincoln, Wombwell, Wellington, Basingstoke, Burnley, Cambridge, Sunderland, Yeadon, Chalfont St Peter, Cleethorpes, Crowborough, Enfield, Newquay, Newark-on-Trent, Lisburn, Morpeth, Airdrie.
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