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Restore Your Floors in Norwood Green
Down the centuries, the natural wooden floor has been a sturdy and beautiful asset to all kinds of properties.
The most practical floor surface, easy to maintain, meriting due care and attention.
So if your floors
- whether located in the home, shop, restaurant, school, bar or office
- are showing the ill effects of feet and time, from dull to scratched and damaged, call on the modern solution.
Have them transformed within a few days with floor restoration from the specialists.
Choose Floor Sanding Clapham for all floor repair and resealing in.
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CLAPHAM – BEYOND THE COMMONThe recent gentrification of the area is a circle back to the time when it became popular as an elegant country retreat for city merchants. Their impressive Georgian and Regency villas still enhance the common. In one such lived and died Sir Charles Barry, architect of the Houses of Parliament, as did Samuel Pepys (in a previous house on the same site). Queen Anne houses still survive in Old Clapham, while Holy Trinity Church is associated with the Clapham Sect – a group of people who met from the late 1700s onwards to discuss social problems and particularly how to fight to abolish slavery.
How to protect your wooden floor from moisture
Controlling humidity and temperature
Keep up general maintenance
As well as controlling the humidity and temperature, keeping up general maintenance of your wooden floor will also help to protect the surface from moisture. It is strongly advised that you should sweep wooden floors as regularly as you can to prevent any staining or accidental damage. Clearing up liquid spills as soon
as you can is also recommended to prevent any liquids from soaking into the surface of the wood.
In the long-term, it is recommended that you clean the floor monthly with a suitable cleaner and apply a maintenance coat once every 3 to 5 years. It is also advisable that wooden floors are sanded and refinished every few decades to help keep your wooden floors
looking their best in the long-term.