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We provide wood flooring restoration and sanding work throughout the South Wales area including Cardiff, Newport, Bridgend and Swansea.

With over 10 years experience in restoration and sanding, we restore all timber flooring starting from light maintenance where floors simply require a polish and extra coat of finish (a buff & a coat). We undertake repairs to damaged wood floors (including insurance work and spot repairs) through to complete restoration projects to return dilapidated old wood floors back to their former glory. We are armed with the top of the range floor sanders, tools and specialist equipment to bring out the best in each individual floor, and to enable us to offer a bespoke service. As we have a joinery background we repair and amend all floors to a high standard. We offer a variety of finishes and we have lots of stains, oils and lacquers to choose from which can be used in commercial and domestic properties.

One of the key aesthetic benefits from sanding back wooden floor is the fresh and smoother appearance it reveals. The process involves, carefully removing the top layer, without damaging the fresh layer underneath; we use a range of techniques to the grain beneath is preserved to create the best finish. One of the key positives that comes with sanding back wood is is reveals the fresh grain, which is more absorbent to varnish and oils, thus sustaining great results for years to come!

“Great service, with a friendly team of installers doing the job. Very efficient in getting a great result in a such a short time!” – David, Caerphilly

“I had a full restoration, which included sanding and re-varnishing my floor and i couldn’t be happier. We would highly recommend to anyone thinking about it, as it completely transforms the room.” – Stuart, Newport

“Well worth the money, it was so much more work than I first expected, so I’m glad I didn’t attempt it myself.” – Kevin, Cardiff.

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Why Should I Sand My Wood?
  • Improves grains absorption to varnish and oils


  • Increases the floor’s residence to movement
  • Creates a levelled surface, which prevents dirt & dust build up


  • Keeps the wood grain in good condition for a long period of time.
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