Wooden Floors Renewed in Chelsea
Cheyne Walk is well known as the residence of one of the Victorian era’s most famous writers. ‘The Sage of Chelsea’ is perhaps now better known as a literary figure than an author whose books are read.
The traditional wooden floor has long been admired for its good looks, but this is a bonus compared to its great practical utility.
When your own floors – in the home, office, shop, school, bar or restaurant – have become shabby, dull and scratched, delay no longer.
Help is at hand – from the specialists who’ll provide a lovely new look.
Enjoy wooden floor repair and restoration from
The Chelsea Floor Sanding Business!
Make use of our expertise
- from twenty years of restoring hundreds of floors:
- from every age and level of condition;
- of every type: from hardwood boards to parquet blocks.
The complete restoration service for your floor:
- repair and realignment of boards and blocks;
- replacing damaged or missing areas with new or recycled timber;
- sanding away old paint and sealant;
- staining for a fresh colour to match your decor;
- creating new protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All with minimal mess and disruption:
- A 99% dust free job with our efficient sanding machines.
- And flexible working around your domestic or commercial schedule.
Every job completed to the highest level of workmanship:
- we use only premium materials for a long-lasting surface.
- So get the best advice from a friendly family firm
- who’ve restored hundreds of floors
Ask us for your FREE assessment today.
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
Thomas and Jane Carlyle came down from Scotland to live in Chelsea in 1834 at what is now 24 Cheyne Walk.
Theirs was a famously unhappy marriage, summed up by the wicked quip: ‘It was fortunate that Thomas and Jane married each other, thus making only two people unhappy instead of four.’
The dour Scotsman retreated upstairs to his ‘soundproof study’ where he finished his most famous works. ‘The French Revolution’ of 1837 (which inspired Dickens to write a certain novel concerning London and Paris) and ‘Frederick the Great’ (1857-65).