Wood flooring is a popular type of flooring made from solid hardwood or engineered wood. It is prized for its natural beauty, durability, and timeless appeal, and is commonly used in both residential and commercial settings. Sometimes a hardwood floor can be difficult to maintain and it may become old looking or tattered. Don’t worry! Let’s take a look at wood floor restoration in Yorkshire
Bring your wooden floor back to life with Williams Wood Floor Restoration Yorkshire
We are experts in flooring services from sanding, cleaning, fitting, and wooden floor restoration from our team of floor experts. Our company is a family run business with over 25 years of expertise. In order to give your floors new life, our team of skilled artisans has been providing amiable, expert, and high-quality service for many years. Williams Floor Restoration is all you need if you need your floors to be restored and sanded.
Over time, wood floors may start to appear less appealing. However, damage, gouges, and wear and tear from years of use can be removed with a complete sanding. Through our free quotation survey, we also give you the option to customise your floor so that you can select the choice that best suits you.
Additionally, we are experts in cleaning, restoring, installing, and maintaining all kinds of hard surfaces, including marble, stone floor applications, and tiles. We have the answer you require, regardless of whether your floors are worn out, unsightly, stained, water damaged, scratched, or dinged. In the majority of homes and companies, accidental damage can happen even after careful maintenance. We also provide professional guidance on the different kinds of hard coatings and treatments accessible to keep floors appearing brand-new. All wood flooring requires proper maintenance, and as part of our aftercare, we will give you a complete maintenance manual that explains how to clean your floors properly and what products to use to extend their life.
Wood Floor Restoration Yorkshire Services
Cleaning – To remove the dirt, grime, and outdated sealants from your floor’s surface, we apply a specifically formulated cleaning solution.
Diamond Grinding – To correct irregularities, we apply the diamond grinding floor restoration method. It addresses repairing small faults, divots, and roughness on stone surfaces.
Sealing – Contaminants are more apt to affect unsealed floors. The moisture that floors receive causes stains, mould, mildew, etc. Floor sealing stops the infiltration of moisture, grease, and other debris.
Commercial Floor Service
Commercial floors are subject to a lot of wear and tear due to heavy foot traffic, spills, and other factors. Over time, the surface can become scratched, scuffed, stained, or faded. In some cases, the flooring may also become uneven or develop cracks or other types of damage.
To restore a commercial floor, we will typically start by assessing the condition of the flooring and determining the best course of action. This may involve repairing damaged areas, sanding or grinding down the surface to remove scratches or stains, and applying a new finish to protect the surface and enhance its appearance.
Home Wood Floors
A residential wood floor, like a commercial wood floor, can become damaged over time due to wear and tear, spills, and other factors. Floors may become scratched, scuffed, stained, or faded, and may also become uneven or develop cracks or other types of damage.
Parquet Floor Repair Service
Parquet flooring is a type of wood flooring that is made up of small, interlocking pieces of hardwood arranged in a geometric pattern. The individual pieces are typically square or rectangular, and are arranged in a variety of patterns, including herringbone, basket weave, and chevron. Parquet flooring has been used since the 16th century and was originally used in the palaces and mansions of wealthy Europeans. It became more popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, and was widely used in public buildings such as museums, concert halls, and government buildings.
Today, parquet flooring is still popular in both residential and commercial settings. It is prized for its unique, decorative look and its durability. Parquet flooring can be made from a variety of hardwoods, including oak, walnut, cherry, and maple, and can be finished with a variety of coatings, including polyurethane, wax, or oil. Parquet flooring can be installed as individual pieces, or as pre-made panels that can be glued down or floated over a subfloor. While parquet flooring can be more expensive than traditional wood flooring, it can add a distinctive touch of elegance and sophistication to any space.