Sanding, Sealing and Restoration
We renovate floors all over the United Kingdom. This is the ballroom at Bletchley Manor, Buckinghamshire in beautiful parquet blocks, where the enigma code was cracked during WWII.
We can restore your flooring to its former glory.
This includes repairing damaged boards, dents, and splits in the
surface of the flooring. The image to the left is a local church - Holy
Cross in Billesley Common restoration of parquet blocks- as restored by Dijon after water damage.
We carry out work in all types and sizes of properties and rooms from small domestic hallways right up to large commercial and social buildings. To the right is an example of one of our sports hall restorations.
Our technicians are highly trained and use 98% dust free equipment to leave you with a beautiful, quality finish to your floor.
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Have your Wooden Floors Professionally Restored
Solid wood floors can look amazing if the get the right treatment, which is why professional floor sanding, varnishing and restoring is absolutely essential if you want your floor to have the best finish.
If you are renovating your home and are lucky enough to find that you have solid wood floors, they’re worth holding onto even if they seem like they need a lot of restoration. Floor sanding and repair is a job for the professionals and a good floor repair team will be able to make even the most tired and battered floors into a beautiful character feature in your home.
Or if you have a business premises then solid wood floors that have undergone professional floor sanding, restoring and varnishing can turn your office into something really special, creating the right impression for potential clients.
Whatever type of floor you have, the professional team at Dijon can carry out the floor sanding, and restoring and varnishing you need.
Distressed solid wood floors
If you have a character home then shiny new floors can look really out of place. A professional team will be able to use the correct floor sanding techniques to ensure that your floor looks authentic and
fits in with the décor of your home.
In recent decades parquet floors fell out of fashion which meant that thousands of beautiful floors were removed from homes and public buildings. Today, parquet floors are highly sought after so homeowners or landlords that find them want to keep hold of them. With the right floor sanding and varnishing an old parquet floor can be restored to its former glory and make a unique style statement.
If you want a wooden floor to go over your existing flooring then engineered floors can be floated over your existing floor or fitted over underlay. With floor sanding and varnishing completed, engineered wooden floors give any room the wow factor.
Ballroom floors need to be in pristine condition each time they are used. Uneven or warped ballroom floors will make for an unenjoyable dancing or other experience. Dijon are experts, nationwide, at repairing, restoring and finishing ballroom floors. For more information on our ballroom page services, please read more here.
When you find a wooden floor in your home or business only to discover that it’s in a state of disrepair, it can be very disheartening. However, our professional team can carry out the entire repair, restoration and floor sanding techniques that your floor needs to make it look as good as new. So even if you think your wood floor is beyond repair its worthwhile finding out how our professional team could restore your floor. Call today for an estimate: 0121 323 3672.
The Benefits of Professional Floor Restoration
Whether you have antique floorboards or a hard wood floor, restoration can add the wow factor to your home.
A few decades ago the fashion for all things modern meant that thousands of period homes had all the character ripped out of them. Today, many homeowners are renovating their properties and
bringing back the character they may have lost in previous generations.
Whilst fireplaces, doors and cornicing may have disappeared, many homeowners are lucky enough to have their home’s original floors intact, which is where professional floor restoration really comes into its own.
What is floor restoration?
A team of experts will be able to carry out floor restoration on your floor, this mainly entails removing the damaged surface and re sealing the new exposed surface. When you choose floor restoration you are keeping the character of a building in place and offering the floor a new lease of
Floor restoration can encompass a whole host of skills depending on the type of floor you have and an expert team will understand the needs of your floor and use all the correct and specialist
machines and techniques to get it looking its best again.
Even if your floor appears to be in a state of disrepair, for example if you have rotten floorboards or holes, a professional team will do their best to save your floor so that your flooring can remain as it
was in its true original condition.
The environmentally friendly choice.
When you choose floor restoration you’re also picking the environmentally friendly option as restoring an existing floor is much better for the environment than chopping down more trees to
make brand new floorboards.
The hygienic choice
Carpets can add warmth to a room but they can also add, unhealthy mites, all kinds of bugs, dust that drive asmatic’s to attacks, they also hide the dirt and grime. A wooden floor is a much more healthy especially for anyone who suffers from any kind of asthma, they are much more hygienic and easy to maintain, as you can simply see the dirt and dust so It’s easier to remove, which is why it’s a great idea to choose wood floor restoration over a new carpet, for your wooden floor boards. If you want your home to be as hygienic as possible, Wooden floors are a better choice for allergy sufferers to as they don’t hold allergy aggravating dust particles like carpets do.
The economical choice
Creating a beautiful, characterful floor from brand new materials while is not cheap in the long run they are more cost effective than carpets, you just need to chose the wood floor that suits
your requirements, as when you factor in the money, time and effort you’ll save by choosing floor restoration instead of a new floor, it’s easy to see that wooden flooring restoration is the most cost effective choice. What’s more, you’ll achieve an amazing look at some times half the cost of a new floor.