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A new wooden floor in Tulse Hill
Where to cool off in an urban area on a summer’s day? Tulse Hill residents are fortunate to have watery relief on their doorstep....
Back home or at work. wooden floors have needed little development (apart from parquet at the place of Versailles) for hundreds of years. Their natural beauty and simple practicality continue to enhance all kinds of buildings: in the home or for the public, whether in a library, gallery, shop, office or restaurant...
Keep them as a worthy component of your property: banish those grubby marks and scratches with the modern solution:
Wood floor repair and restoration from the experts...
The Tulse Hill Floor Sanding Experts!
On every kind of wooden floor:
from hardwood/engineered boards
to herringbone/parquet blocks.
And whatever its age and level of condition:
we’ll do whatever is required to give it a fresh look.
Repairing old or damaged timber
Filling in missing areas with material to match
Sanding away old layers of sealant and paint
Staining the bare wood to change the colour
Resealing with a new protective layer of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All with the highest quality floor products -
for a lasting surface that retains its beauty
and. 99% dust free sanding:
for minimal mess and disruption to your home or work.
So contact us today for your FREE assessment
The Tulse Hill Floor Sanding Specialists
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
After Sir Henry Tulse provided its name, the area remained rural until the 1840s when villas with large gardens spread up the hill towards Brixton. These have been replaced by the council estates that characterise the borough.
London is fortunate to retain several lidos where a bracing swim can still be enjoyed without a trip to Margate, Eastbourne or Bognor. Most are north of the river, but Tooting Bec and Brockwell Park cater for the discerning dippers of South London.
The latter survives after a four year campaign to reopen it after closure in 1990. Dating from 1937, the Art Deco buildings provide a pleasant venue for a swim or simply tea in the open air.