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Behind the professionalism of Alpha Floor Sanding ltd stand 30 years of experience in wood floor restorations, wood floor repairs and coating. We have built our reputation through our craftsmanship and integrity. Serving historical, residential and commercial needs! We use the most modern machines on the market which collect 99% of the dust during the process of sanding your floors.

We provide the most durable commercial finishes on the market nowadays, there are plenty of options depending of the needs. We use wide range of products to suit every need depending on the type of the wood and clients preferences. Really pleased with the work done on our 1930s parquet living room floor - super fast, clean, no nonsense and it really.

Arrived early and promptly. Work carried out very efficiently and relatively dust free, any dust was cleared up before. Every homeowner knows that maintaining a property requires not only hard work and money but. We will arrange a FREE site visit where we will discuss all the details about your project and will give you an instant quote.
Highlights

read more › Light sanding or buffing is a process of removing the surface finish of the varnish, lacquer, wax or oil. Have in mind that light sanding works only if the scratches and wear of the floor are superficial. We use specially designed slow rotating buffing machines. All of our equipment is attached to HEPA filtered dust extraction units to keep your premises clean and tidy during the work. Floor sanding is a process of taking off the top layer of a wooden floor with abrasive materials. All solid wood floors including parquet, original floorboards, artistic floors, cork or engineering floors can be sanded as long as they have at least 2mm top layer.

read more › Work carried out in people's homes, for example by tradespeople carrying out repairs and maintenance, can continue, provided that the tradesperson is well and has no symptoms. Again, it will be important to ensure that Public Health England guidelines, including maintaining a 2 metre distance from any household occupants, are followed to ensure everyone's safety. No work should be carried out in any household which is isolating or where an individual is being shielded, unless it is to remedy a direct risk to the safety of the household, such as emergency plumbing or repairs, and where the tradesperson is willing to do so.

read more › This method is very popular, and it can be used for every floor with gaps smaller than 4mm. We like it because the colour of this filler is a 100% match to the colour of the floor when sawdust from the same floor is mixed with the special resin. The bad thing about it is not very flexible, and if the floor is not stable, it cracks after a while. We use this method mainly on pine floors with gaps wider than 4mm. The floorboard slivers we offer are specially made from reclaimed wood to match the colour of the old victorian pine floorboards.

read more › Due to the nature of the old floors that we work with minor or major repair works are an inevitable part of our job. Repair works are the base for the best results of the restoration of every wood floor and preparation for the next phases of the restoration process. During the free site visit, our experts will observe all the broken, cracked, rotten or missing elements of your floor if there are any and will suggest the best solution for every situation. Wood species can be determined during the site visit as long as the wood grain is visible.

read more › Light sanding or buffing is a process of removing the surface finish of the varnish, lacquer, wax or oil. Have in mind that light sanding works only if the scratches and wear of the floor are superficial. Deep scratches or stains will need full sanding to bare wood and full coating. We use specially designed slow rotating buffing machines. All of our equipment is attached to HEPA filtered dust extraction units to keep your premises clean and tidy during the work. Instead of sandpaper, we use less aggressive screen abrasives to remove the top layer of the previous sealant and prepare the floor for the recoating.

read more › The Wooden Worktop Restoration is a process of sanding the top surface of your wore and torn worktop to bare wood and reseal it with water repellent and dirt resistant food-safe products specially designed for this need. The restoration process always starts with a detailed observation of the whole area, measuring the moisture content (it needs to be maximum of 18%). The sanding process starts with P60 grid sandpaper up to P150-P240 grid. Then we will clean the worktop with a microfiber cloth and will apply the finishing product.

read more › Sanding is the cheapest option! Usually we are able to give you a rough idea of the cost over the phone. We will always give you a written quote before starting any work and this quote is completely free of charge. Professional sanding and refinishing costs less than a mid range carpet. Depends on the condition of the floor and what needs to be done, but usually 1-2 days for 1 or 2 rooms and 3 or 5 days for a whole house. There are different methods to fill the gaps: Saw dust and resin is not always the best way to do it, it requires a solid floor because if there is even a slide vibration or movement the filler will crack, in this case we are offering the flexible fillers from Bona (Bona gap master) or Draughex.

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