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Thursday, November 21st, 2013 | Posted in Blog, Floor Sanding Company Blogs

As we get ourselves ready for the colder months with warm boots, cosy jackets, hats and gloves we should also remember that, to get the best from our floor and of course to save on those ever rising energy bills it is important to get our wood floors ready for winter too. There has been […]

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Friday, March 8th, 2013 | Posted in Blog, Floor Sanding Company Blogs

To get your wood flooring looking like new again, it’s time to get sanding! Sanding a floor basically means removing ancient coats of finishing by using an industrial sanding unit and reapplying a fresh veneer of varnish, lacquer or wood stain. Of course there is more to the process than that, but basically that is […]

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Monday, September 24th, 2012 | Posted in Blog, Floor Sanding Company Blogs

Dealing with Stains As any pet owner will know, puppies and kittens do leave ‘calling cards’ where they shouldn’t! When they do this on your hardwood floor and it goes unnoticed for a while it will leave a dark stain (as well as a rather pungent aroma). Other enemies to your hardwood flooring are ink […]

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Monday, September 10th, 2012 | Posted in Blog, Floor Sanding Company Blogs

Still not convinced about replacing your soft carpets with the smooth elegance of a hardwood floor? If you’re just about at the end of your tether and ready to decide the matter on the toss of a coin, here are 8 very good reasons why you should choose a hardwood floor to grace your home, […]

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Monday, August 27th, 2012 | Posted in Blog, Floor Sanding Company Blogs

Does ‘shabby chic’ ever go out of style? Or is it one of those interminable design standards that, admittedly when it’s done well looks fantastic, but is really coming to the end of its shelf life? And does our reliance on shabby chic actually turn it into some kind of design ‘comfort blanket’ – something […]

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