Parquet Flooring Restoration
The mosaic patterns of parquet flooring restoration originated in the aristocratic palaces of 17th century France. From chevrons to herringbone, parquet became very popular in all kinds of UK properties from the 1930s to the 1970s. Many will remember spending many a school hour sitting, lying and exercising on the worn and dusty blocks of a parquet floor!
These survivors deserve respect and better treatment. Floor Sanding Experts can bring the most battered and long neglected parquet floor back to life.
Let us assess your floor and see what we can do. Missing, chipped or damaged blocks? No problem. We will find the right match from our nationwide network of suppliers. If necessary, we even cut them to size – as during the restoration of a 1930s floor in a London office building.
After levelling the floor and removing traces of old bitumen, we replace the blocks. We then sand the entire surface to remove all traces of old varnish or lacquer. A clear stain enhances the wood grain: a coloured one gives a floor to match your décor.
The final stage is to protect the floor with a hard-wearing lacquer finish. Or – if you prefer a beautiful natural look- hard wax or natural oil.
The result? A better than new parquet floor to impress and satisfy your staff, guests and customers.
For your new parquet floor, call Floor Sanding Experts today