Restore Your Wooden Floors in Upton Park
A naturalist and a great prison reformer both have local connections…
One feature of your property whose surface may benefit from a fresh look – as opposed to total reform – is the natural wooden floor. Natural implies that wear and tear will have their day. Yet you can easily hit back against those shabby marks, digs and scratches.
With wood floor repair and restoration from the specialists:
Here we are:
The Upton Park Sanding Company
The best advice for the treatment your floor requires:
- from a reliable family-firm who’ve transformed hundreds of floors for over twenty years.
Every kind of floor dealt with:
- whatever its surface – hardwood/engineered boards or parquet/herringbone blocks.
A mess free job with minimal disruption to your schedule:
- 99% dust free sanding from the efficient collection system of our machines.
The complete floor restoration service:
- repairing and replacing damaged timber
- sanding away old paint and sealant
- staining the bare wood for a fresh look to match your decor
- And… long-lasting protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All work finished with premium quality products:
- so your floor will last longer – and keep its good looks.
Contact Upton Park Floor Sanding Experts today!
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
The naturalist is George Edwards, born in West Ham in 1694. After an apprenticeship in the city, he travelled to Holland and Scandinavia where he was seized as a spy (did his innocent observations of animals and birds give rise to suspicion?)
He returned home to study fossils, make drawings of animals and spent 21 years writing a great History of Birds – painting 500 scenes never before seen.
The prison reformer is Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845), who lived at the house called the Cedars in West Ham Park. She was the first woman to campaign for better conditions in prisons.
She married into the Quaker family best known as chocolate manufacturers. She found her life’s purpose when visiting Newgate Prison in 1813, finding 300 women and children living in filth and neglect.