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Your Floors renewed in Lambeth
This area of fishing village and marshland became the site of a vast pottery business during the 19th century...
Pottery tends to break while a wooden floor accepts its wear on its surface. Yet those marks, scrapes and digs are easy to sand away to prepare for a lovely fresh finish...
In the home, office, shop, school or public building, bring your floors back to their youthful beauty with the expertise of a specialist company.
Choose the Lambeth Floor Sanding Specialists
And see what you get!
The experience of a family firm -
with twenty years in the floor restoration business -
who’ve restored hundreds of wooden floors.
Of every type:
from solid/engineered boards to parquet/herringbone blocks -
and of any age and poverty of condition.
The complete restoration service for your floor:
repairing damaged boards and blocks
replacing missing areas with new or reclaimed timber
gaps filled for an even look
Sanding away old paint and sealant
Staining the bare wood for a change of colour
Fancy a fresh look? We can advise on the best natural or coloured stains to provide the look and atmosphere you’d like in your property.
Renewed protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
with the highest quality floor products.
For a superb new surface to last and keep its looks.
Once renewed, your floor will require a degree of aftercare, depending on the type of sealant. We’re on hand to offer this essential advice.
And... minimal disruption to your home or working schedule:
No mess with 99% dust free sanding.
Your rooms cleared of furniture and carpets removed.
Flexible working at weekends or overnight.
So choose a friendly, reliable firm
Take the first steps towards your new floor -
Ask us for your FREE assessment today.
The Lambeth Floor Sanding Experts!
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
Messrs Doulton and Co. set up their first factory near Vauxhall Bridge in 1815. Originally making industrial ware, the company revived German and Flemish stoneware later in the century. They produced the Queen’s Ware of Wedgwood and the glazed earthenware known as Lambeth faience.
An enlightened firm, Doulton’s supported the Lambeth School of Art from 1854, which provided many designers and painters for the firm.
And they were proud of their staff, as a director once said: ‘Our English lads are as skilful, their thoughts as poetical, their lives as high as any other people.’
After several acquisitions, the name survives since 2015 as part of an international corporation that controls other famous historic names in the world of ceramics.