Since 1987

Floor Sanding
Battersea

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✔ Over 35 Years of Established Expertise
✔ Restoration, Sanding, and Sealing Solutions

Time for New Battersea SW11 Floors

Marked, scratched, shabby, split..

Covered in paint..

Hidden by carpets…

Doors firmly locked…

Don’t spend another day in shame over your poor wooden floors.

Sanding and resealing will bring them back to life.

For a quality new floor – in the home, office, bar, shop or restaurant, you need to call on the specialists.

Floor Sanding Battersea are your choice for floor repair and resealing.

The Battersea Floor Sanding Specialists!

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From hardwood boards to parquet blocks

  • we have restored hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.
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All with minimal fuss and disruption.

  • Closure and inconvenience will be minimal
  • As we work around your schedule – at weekends or even overnight.
  • And the spread of dust will be minimal, with the efficient collection of our sanding machines.
  • You get the best advice – and a job completed with only the highest quality materials and workmanship.
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We will do whatever you need:

From the replacement and repair of damaged timber to sanding away old paint and sealant. And why not change the colour by staining? Create a fresh, modern look to match your decor – such as grey or Scandinavian white.

All completed with your choice of fresh sealant: oil, lacquer or hard wax.

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Battersea – flowers to power

Today’s prosaic area, with its park and the famous power station, is a world away from its appearance in the Middle Ages.

Then, Nine Elms was known for its honey and the small, waterside village became famous for market gardens until the 18th century. Melons, flowers and vegetables supplied the capital. Indeed, the sought-after asparagus was known as a ‘Battersea bundle’.

Saint Mary’s is a pleasant Georgian riverside village church of 1775, containing several features of the old church it replaced.The poet William Blake was married here – to the daughter of a local market gardener – in 1782.

Testimonials from Our Customers

Daniel T
Impressive work by Floor Sanding Battersea. They made my floors shine!
Daniel T
Impressive work by Floor Sanding Battersea. They made my floors shine!
Daniel T
Daniel T
Amanda W
Quick and professional service. My floors look fantastic now. Highly recommended!
Amanda W
Quick and professional service. My floors look fantastic now. Highly recommended!
Amanda W
Amanda W
James J
Floor Sanding Battersea did an excellent job rejuvenating my floors. Very satisfied!
James J
Floor Sanding Battersea did an excellent job rejuvenating my floors. Very satisfied!
James J
James J
Laura S
Top-notch service for my office floors. Floor Sanding Battersea knows their craft!
Laura S
Top-notch service for my office floors. Floor Sanding Battersea knows their craft!
Laura S
Laura S

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Pets and hardwood floors: getting rid of stains and scratches

If you want a surefire way to ruin a beautiful hardwood floor, then let your dog loose on it. In fact, the only thing more damaging than pet pee is flooding – and that’s usually a rare occurence, whereas most households have a dog, cat or even rabbit who can let loose on your hardwood floors.

Catch an accident in time and you’ll minimise the damage, but let it sit and you’re exposing your floors to pure ammonia which burns through the wood fibres and creates virtually irreparable staining. And of course, once your pet has marked their spot then they’ll return again and again.

Can I get rid of pet pee stains?

With pet urine, time is of the essence. If you see the puddle then wipe it up immediately and you stand a chance of there being no long term damage. If it’s soaked into the floorboards but they’re still damp, then apply vinegar – the mild acid will neutralise the alkali of the ammonia – then leave to dry completely before moving on to the next step of your repair.

Floor sanding is your best first line of attack when trying to salvage floorboards damaged by pet pee stains. Use an aggressive and coarse grit like a 36 grit with a rotary sander. Keep it in constant motion so you don’t create a dip in the floor and be aware that there may be a really pungent smell as you work. This sanding should lighten the mark until it’s barely noticeable. If not, you’ll have to patch repair the boards and then give everything a good floor sanding and finishing to create a uniform look.

What about pet claws?

Your pets are unlikely to cause permanent damage to your floors with their claws, though you may find yourself sanding and refinishing your floors more often. There are some preventative measures you can take – applying an extra strong poly, and adding a few extra coats should give you a super tough finish able to withstand most pet activity. If you don’t like the look of poly, use a deeply penetrating wood oil, but be prepared to reapply every 3-4 months.

If you keep your dog’s nails clipped – especially those super sharp puppy claws – and add plenty of rugs in high traffic areas, you can minimise the damage for a floor everyone in the household can enjoy.