Wood floors are very pleasant and naturally warm. Wood is a great insulator that keeps the heat inside; therefore they keep your rooms warm. Wooden floors come with durable finishes and are very easy to maintain. Since solid wood is hard the longevity of your wooden floors is naturally long-lasting. Wood floors are very easy to clean and maintain. There’s no need to scrub them over and over again. Sweeping and mopping will ensure they stay clean, with the correct maintenance products to keep them looking their best.

Carpets in the home (breeding grounds for dust mites, mould and mildew, all of which affect people with allergies) wood floors don’t give pollen, animal hair, mould etc anywhere to hide and thrive.unlike carpets where they can embed themselves into the thick pile, even with steam cleaning, it is impossible to get the carpets completely clean, and getting them damp only adds to the problem.

With wooden floors, you do not need carpets so therefore the risks of allergies are greatly reduced. If you are lucky enough to have a wood floor, that you could have found hiding under a carpet, you may wish to restore them to their former glory. Nothing can compare to the look and feel of a beautifully restored wooden floor which has gone through a quality floor sanding process.

Sanding and sealing a wooden floor is a job where it must be done well, but very easy to do badly. For efficiency and cost-effectiveness, a professional floor sanding and Restoration Company like Williams Floor Restoration, with years of experience sanding all types of wooden floors will give you that extra peace of mind and ensure your floors are brought back to their natural beauty and keep their good looks for years to come.

Sanding wooden floors is a great way to completely transform a house.

Williams Floor Restoration offers the full professional service covering every stage of wood floor restoration, which is the complete refurbish for floors that are damaged and need more than just sanding and sealing. Damage occurs through wear, improperly fitted floorboards or woodworm

We repair damaged areas by lifting the damaged floorboards, securing loose boards, and refitting or replacing old boards or parquet blocks

Removal / Replacement of Damaged Boards

  • We check all the boards, fixing any that are loose. Old tacks and nails are removed while protruding nails are hammered flat.
  • All damaged boards beyond minor repair will be replaced using reclaimed timber of the same quality and age wherever possible.
  • Following the repairs, to the floor, then sanding and sealing process can take place.