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RESTORE YOUR OXFORDSHIRE WOODEN FLOORS
Where is the finest piece of architecture in England?
Near Faringdon and still supported by its oak posts after 800 years!
Your own wooden floor may be a few centuries younger - but give them half a chance to reach a ripe old age. Keeping them in prime condition will help.
If they’re shabby or damaged, it’s time to call upon the specialists...
The Oxfordshire Floor Sanding Services
Look at what we can do for your floors:
The best advice:
However old or poor in condition -
whether hardwood boards or parquet blocks..
You’ll get the expertise of a company who have been restoring hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.
The best job:
Your floor will be finished with the highest quality materials -
to make it last longer and stay looking in tip top condition.
The complete service:
damaged boards or blocks
repaired or replaced with matching materials.
digs, scratches, old sealant and paint
sanded away to smooth bare wood.
a change of colour to match your decor
stained to your requirements.
new protective sealants for long lasting looks
using natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
In all settings:
the home, office, shop, bar - gallery, library, hall...
No fears over disruption and mess:
not with our machines that provide 99% dust free sanding.
Contact us for your FREE assessment today
The Oxfordshire Floor Sanding Company!
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
The description is by the Victorian writer, designer and champion of ancient buildings, William Morris. He lived near the magnificent tithe barn at Great Coxwell.
Tithes were introduced before the Conquest as a tenth part of a parishioner’s income donated to the church. New 12th and 13th century monasteries often became the corporate rector of a parish - and in some cases very wealthy (thus needing a large building to store hay, wood and corn).
This barn was built by the Cistercian Abbey at Beaulieu in Hampshire soon after 1204. Its limestone walls, internal posts and tie beams support the huge roof.
Many hundreds of these barns once existed. The few that remain are testimony to the superb craftsmanship of our medieval forebears.