Wood Floor Sanding
South West London
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Wooden Floors Renewed in Southwest London
One of the great comic creations can still evoke the slow, sad tedium of life in the post-rationing southwest London of the 1950’s…
Your wooden floors may date from that decade or even earlier. Either way, are they looking their age? Have shabbiness, marks and scratches eclipsed the once protected, shiny surface of their youth..?
No need for them to suffer a moment longer. The solution is at hand:
with wood floor repair and restoration from the experts…
THE SOUTH WEST LONDON FLOOR SANDING MASTERS!
Working on every kind of wooden floor:
- solid or engineered boards; parquet or herringbone blocks
- In every location: the home, shop, bar, office, library, school, restaurant…
Providing the complete service:
- repairing damaged timber
- filling in missing areas with matching boards or blocks
- sanding away old sealant and paint back to bare wood
- staining for a new colour to match your decor
- refinishing with a fresh protective layer of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer
Providing the best advice:
- from our twenty years of floor sanding and restoration.
An efficient job with minimal mess and disruption:
- 99% dust free sanding from our cylinder machines.
- So whatever the condition of your floor
- and no matter its age…
Ask us for your FREE assessment today.
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South West London
We refer, of course, to the lad himself, the great Tony Hancock whose radio and TV half hours attracted a huge audience grateful for comic relief.
From his shabby terraced house of 23 Railway Cuttings in East Cheam (the ideal mythical address for a man who would never quite make it to posh Cheam ), Anthony Aloysius embarked on his dismal efforts at social climbing and self improvement. Always thankfully brought back to mediocre reality by sidekicks Sidney, Bill, Miss Pugh and ‘Snide’ Kenneth Williams.
These classics can still be enjoyed for their plots, character development and pitch perfect acting. Perhaps the most celebrated – and daring – show was the 1958 hymn to boredom: ‘Sunday afternoon at home’. After an indigestion-inducing roast lunch, the ill-assorted residents settle down to a quiet afternoon of.. er.. (still) waiting for something to happen….