Sanding solid oak floors in Maidenhead
What was the job?
The floors in a Maidenhead house needed sanding after being damaged by DIY work carried out in the property.
In some rooms, the floors had been splashed with paint after the owner had decorated their home. Sanding was needed to remove the paint but the work had to be even across the entire surface.
Working around bathroom fittings can be awkward as it is not a standard square shape.
How the floor looked before we started work
What we did
As the damage was cosmetic, we could begin work without nailing down any loose boards or filling gaps.
After sanding, we applied lacquer to provide a sheen but not the full four coats some clients prefer.
During the floor restoration
Sanding, combined with the previous decorating, has left the whole house inviting and aesthetically pleasing. The overall colour is neutral with nothing clashing.
Because of the level sanding, there are no uneven spots within the property as a result of our work.
After we finished the job