FLOOR RESTORATION – DUST FREE SANDING – COURT MARKING – HARDWAX OIL & STAINING – WOOD FLOOR SUPPLY & FIT – COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
The Wood Floor Restoration and Maintenance Specialists
Heritage Floor Restoration have developed many unique ways to enhance and refurbish wooden floors,
Mainly due to their vast amount of experience (over 20 Years) and training with most of the leading suppliers to the trade. These will include the likes of Treatex, Morrells, Junkers, Osmo, Bonachemi, Granwax, Sport England, and many more.
We use a variety of finishes depending on the customer’s needs and their aesthetic requirements, this may include, Staining using base colours and then sealing the floors after with waxes, hard wax oils or lacquers, All of these finishes are suitable for domestic environments and can in some case be used in commercial areas.
The Floor Repairs we do are very often completely invisible, due to our unique methods of removal and replacement using well matched timbers from our stock that we hold.
Please view our facebook page and our Blog to see many of our floors that we have done over the year’s right up to the most recent ones.
The Machinery that we use at Heritage Floor Restoration Is Truly DUST FREE! Please look at our reviews that are on Google for an insight to how dust free we actually are. The greatest amount of care is taken by our technicians in your home and the owners of the business work alongside them this usually gives most customers piece of mind that we are there right through the job from survey to the last coat.
Heritage Floor Restoration looks forward to working with you.
We cover all of South West England form our Somerset base including:
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I change the colour of my floor?
My floor has black paint around the edges!
How long will my room be out of action?
Drying time of the finish itself depends of two things: environment of the room – humidity, temperature etc. (in warm and ventilated room, the floor finish will dry faster) and the type of the finish – Lacquer base finishes can get dry for 2-6 hours; Oil based finishes can take 24 hours to get dry.
Try not to move furniture back in the room for 48 hours allowing the floor to cure properly.
My floor has gaps between the boards
How should I maintain my floor?
Place a good quality doormat to help protect the floor from grit, dirt and sand.
What are the benefits or wooden flooring?
Millions of people suffer from sensitivity to dust and toxins. Tests have proven that wooden flooring provides a healthier environment for these allergy sufferers.
Is it really dust free?
Is it noisy?
Should I decorate my room first, or have the floors sanded first?
Lacquer (varnish) and Oil (Hard Wax Oil), what's the difference?
An oiled flooring has an aged feel to it giving a room an authentic warm atmosphere. Great for areas that have high traffic volumes such as receptions.
An oiled floor will require a maintenance coat to be applied every 16 – 24 months for residential or 4 – 6 month for floors with commercial use.