Professional wood floor sanding and restoration services in Cambridgeshire, Herts, Suffolk, Essex.
We sand and restore domestic and commercial wooden floors.
Different types of wood floor require different types of protection. As an affiliate of The Ultimate Floor Sanding Company, we can sand your floor using our dust free floor sander and restore it to its former beauty, treating the wood with a protective layer before finishing the floor with oil or lacquer. If your wood floor does not need floor sanding at this time we can simply clean it using the correct wood floor treatments and finish it with oil to bring it back to life.
We will need to access the floor before any quotation can be given.
“In one day our scratched & stained parquet floor was restored to its beauty of once long ago. Many thanks.”
Mrs Baker, Impington
The following is what you can expect from us when assessing your flooring requirements.
The floor to be sanded will be assessed to determine the best and most thorough sanding process. Art of Clean’s sanding systems are the most advanced on the market.
Our floor sanding project includes Norwich Cathedral Refectory, Bury St Edmund Refectory, St George’s Church Chesterton, Elsmere Centre (Newmarket), British Racing School (Newmarket) and many more.
Art of Clean is affiliated with The Ultimate Floor Sanding Company that is the biggest floor sanding franchise in Ireland. We are also proud members of the IICRC.
Art of Clean offers a 100% money-back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied, we will return at no charge to address that area. If you are still unsatisfied, we will honour our money-back guarantee. We are Pallmann Parkett Profi contractors. HOW DOES THIS BENEFIT YOU? Because we are fully trained and monitored Pallmann Parkett Profi contractors, Pallmann underwrites our work for 2 YEARS. We use the best quality products and we are the most skilled contractors thanks to the Pallmann Parkett Profi training.
Art of Clean has been in business for 10 years and is experienced in all flooring. Special price when you join our MAINTENANCE PLAN! (Spread the cost through the year)
7/ HONEST PRICING:
We promise no high-pressure sales gimmicks or hidden costs. The price we quote is the price you pay.
8/ FREE CONSUMER GUIDE.
Packed with all the information you will need to choose the right company to care for your floors. Please contact us and we will send it to you straight away.
9/ NO DUST, NO MESS, NO SMELL:
Our unique floor sanding and finishing systems produce almost no dust and no smell. So you will have no mess or inconvenient when we work in your home or work place.
We offer 4 different packages for wood floor sanding and restoration in Cambridge:
1/ WOOD CLEANING and OILING:
If your floor doesn’t have any scratches and it has been oiled before, we will be able to clean the floor and then re-apply oil to bring it back to life again. This will require pre-inspection and testing.
2/ WOOD SANDING and OILING:
This will involve sanding the wood floor to prepare it for the application of hard wax oil (2 to 3 coats). The floor sanding system we use is 99.9% dust free as we use an advanced extraction system. We will then proceed with the application of the protection to the wood floor. No traffic can be allowed on the floor for at least 3/4 hours to allow the protection to cure. Also, we will ask you to remove all furniture from the rooms before the work commences.
3/ WOOD SANDING and LACQUERING:
This will involve sanding the wood floor to prepare it for the application of the protection. The sanding system we use is 99.9% dust free as we use an advanced extraction system. We will then proceed with the application of the protection to the wood floor. No traffic can be allowed on the floor for at least 8 hours to allow the protection to cure. We ask that all furniture is removed from the rooms before we commence the floor sanding.
4/ WOOD – MAINTENANCE PLAN:
The Maintenance Plan is designed to keep your wooden floor clean and looking good all year long, year after year. You will actually save more money than you realise because you can expect your wooden floor to last longer. And best of all, they’ll always look good.
Wood Floor Sanding and Restoration in Cambridgeshire – How it Works
1. PREPARATION OF THE FLOOR BEFORE SANDING
We will inspect the floor to ensure all nails are well below the wood surface. All loose board will be secured before the floor sanding commences.
2. HIGH-FILTRATION VACUUM
Removal of dry soil and particles that might cause damage to the wood during the floor sanding process.
3. SANDING OF THE MAIN FLOOR AREA
The system we use is 99.9% dust free as we use an advanced extraction system. Different grit values on the bell sander will ensure a high quality finish.
4. EDGES AND DETAILED SANDING
Our edging sander delivers a uniform finish to your wood floor including all edges and hard to reach places such as under fixed furniture and radiators.
5. FINAL FINISHING: ROTARY SANDING
A super fine grit floor sanding system will deliver a superior and even finish to the whole floor area. This is done by means of a rotary sander.
6. FINE DUST REMOVAL
Highly efficient vacuum system is used for the thorough removal of any dust particles from the freshly sanded wooden floor.
7. OIL OR LACQUER FINISH (Choose option A or B)
A- OIL FINISH:
Two applications of hard wax oil on your wooden floor will deliver a beautiful natural finish that is moisture and dirt resistant.
Be aware that if will take up to 4 hours* for the floor to cure enough to allow light foot traffic. Furniture can only move back 24 hours* after foot traffic has commenced. (Avoid at all cost dragging furniture on a freshly oiled wood floor surface.)
B- LACQUERED FINISH:
Application of a Primer to the sanded floor followed by one coat of water based lacquer. Once the first coat has cured, the floor will be prepared for a further 2 coats of lacquer. Be aware that it will take up to 8 hours* for the floor to cure enough to allow light foot traffic. Furniture can only move back 24 hours* after foot traffic has commenced. (Avoid at all cost dragging furniture on a freshly lacquered floor surface.) * Curing and drying time depends on weather conditions and air flow