Our Wood Floor Resurface Services


⇒ Moving furniture

Save your back! We can move furniture for you – and put it back once the floor is fully sealed.

We also know how to manoeuvre and replace furniture without damaging your priceless new floor!

⇒ Removing old carpets

These may seem easy to rip up, but often leave bits behind, as well as staples (so difficult to remove without the right tools).

And even a small carpet is a bulky thing to dispose of. Leave it to us. We can carry carpets away and dispose of them in the right place.


Damaged Boards

We check every board and if loose, fix them in position. We remove old tacks and nails – and hammer protruding nails flat.

If any boards or blocks are damaged beyond repair, we will replace them. We use reclaimed timber – wherever possible, of the same age and quality.

Gap filling

A gap-filled floor has an even look – pleasing to the eye but not always necessary. Filling gaps stops draughts and prevents the build up of dust. As the floor is also tightened, timber movement is minimized.

Traditional methods of gap filling include:


Mostly used floors with lots of fine gaps, such as parquet and mosaic. Dust from the floor is mixed with a resin and applied to the gaps with a filling knife.

Wooden strips

Solid fillets of reclaimed pine and other timbers are glued and forced into the gaps, being chiseled back before sanding flat.

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A New Colour?

Clear natural stains enhance the wood grain. Coloured stains can enrich and transform a floor. They give colour and depth Eco friendlu Products Servicesto the wood (eg a darker pine floor).

Although coloured varnishes are available, floors tend to lose their colour when the surface is damaged. We strongly advise staining and varnishing in two distinct stages. The colour is easier to control and remains unaffected as the sealant wears away.

The floor can be painted – or use a coloured wax (such as lime wax) for a soft tinting effect on the visible wood grain.

Coloured wax is a good choice for floors with dull washed colours. You get a colour to match you home interior – an affordable new look very quickly.

Traditional stains are based on oils and solvents. The modern water-based stains now match them for quality – with the added bonus of being completely safe and odour free. They come in all the traditional wood colours through to contemporary pigmenting: eg white, red, blue or even pink!

You’d like an unusual or specific colour? Just ask us. We love to mix and match. We had to match the colour of a floor in an ancient castle. Yes, we got there.. after mixing 75 different pigments!

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