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The fancy parts of buildings take the accolades, but look down – where would they be without the solid foundation of the floor?
And nothing comes more solid than the traditional wooden floor – still unrivalled for beauty, durability and ease of maintenance.
Are yours bearing up? If they’ve become grey, shabby, marked or damaged, call on the straightforward modern solution: floor sanding and sealing from the specialists.
Floor Sanding Dorking are your choice for floor repair and restoration.
- repairs and replacement of damaged timber;
- sanding away old sealant to bare wood;
- staining for a change of colour (such as the fresh pale washed look of grey or Scandinavian white;
- the final protection of oil, lacquer or hard wax.
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Dorking – Out of the Woods
Polesden Lacey is a Grecian-style mansion of 1824 (built on the site of a previous house owned by the playwright, Sheridan).
Mainly Edwardian inside and famed for the parties given by the famous Edwardian hostess, Mrs Greville, it was the honeymoon residence of George V1. The hall is of note, with one wall incorporating the wooden reredos from the Wren City Church of St Matthew, Friday Court, demolished in 1881.
St John’s at Wotton is not only delightfully situated but has a Norman tower with a most unSurrey-like pyramid roof. It contains the Evelyn chapel, where John Evelyn, the famous diarist and fellow of the Royal Society, and his relatives are buried.
Lovers of English woods and timber have cause to be grateful to Evelyn. His book, Silva, of 1664 was one of the earliest to make the case for the planting and preservation of trees.
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Is It Time to Refinish My Hardwood Floors?When it comes to hardwood flooring, beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder. What gives plenty of character and charm for one person will simply look like a dirty and damaged floor to another. But there are some surefire signs that it’s time to refinish your hardwood floors to keep them looking their very best.
Try the water test
Still not sure whether you need to refinish your hardwood flooring? Then try this simple test – drop a teaspoon of water on the floor and if it forms a ball, your flooring finish is still good. However, if the water is absorbed then you need floor sanding and finishing to keep your hardwood flooring looking gorgeous for another 10 years.