Floor Sanding Southsea
Southsea Floor Sanding (PO4): If you or any of your family suffer from asthma or allergies, one way to help reduce the risk within your property in Southsea 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.
To have floor sanding done properly it is usually advisable to call in a local Southsea floor sanding company who specialise in this sort of work. With a bit of research you will find that there are several in the Southsea area and other places in Hampshire. Whilst you could have a bash at doing your own floor sanding it is not really a DIY sort of job because some quite expensive equipment is needed to carry it out effectively. A decent Southsea floor sanding company will have all the proper gear.
In order to get your floors sanded without generating a huge amount of mess and wood dust a professional Southsea floor sanding company will bring in some pretty impressive equipment. Modern sanding machines are very powerful and have an extraction system incorporated to extract all the wood dust as it is generated, meaning the whole process is relatively dust-free. So you can see why going at it with your little hand held Black & Decker sander is not really going to cut it for work like this.
The best floor sanders are made by companies like: Bona, Pallmann, Hummer and Lagler, and most of these are available to hire in places around Hampshire if you cannot find any in Southsea itself. Obviously you will only need to do this if you do elect to press ahead with your own floor sanding project, since specialist companies will have their own sanders. Check with the hire company to find out exactly what you need and take it from there if you take this route.
Before any sanding actually begins the relevant rooms will need to be completely clear of furniture and furnishings. Carpets and associated flooring will need to be removed, as will any nails or screws which are sticking up from the flooring. The sanding machine has to be swept around the room so it is better without any obstructions in the way.
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.
Southsea Wood Floor Maintenance
If you love your attractive new floor, you will want to keep it looking like it does right now. In order to do this it will need regular maintenance and care. You can take a few measures to avoid damaging your floor and these include taking off footwear before entering the room, wiping up spillages as soon as they happen, fitting the feet of furniture with felt pads and cleaning the floor regularly with a good quality wood floor cleaner. Keep your eyes open for worn patches because these will need treating before they break through to the bare wood.
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Some Southsea addresses served by Southsea floor sanding services: Chewter Close, St Georges Road, Cadnam Road, Albert Grove, Bellevue Terrace, Sussex Road, Trevor Road, St Peters Grove, Curlew Path, Castle Close, Sovereign Drive, Broom Square, Telephone Road, Dunlin Close, St Josephs Mews, Campbell Road, Carpenter Close, Tern Walk, The Haven, Beaufort Road, Cecil Place, Teddington Road, Trevis Road, Cecil Grove, Towpath Mead, Brading Avenue, Churchill Square, St Simons Road, Salisbury Road.
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