Since 1989

Floor Sanding Guildford

Elevate Every Entrance with Elegance.

★ Professionals with Expertise ★
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★ Over 34 Years of Proven Experience ★

Time to Enjoy Your New Guildford Floors

When your wooden floors are looking scruffy, shabby or worse. Whether solid boards or parquet blocks, give them a fresh look from

The Guildford Floor Sanding Specialists!

Use our experience of twenty years’ restoring all kinds of floors:

  • 99% dustfree sanding with our efficient machines for minimal mess and disruption.

The complete floor restoration service:

  • From repairs to sanding, staining and resealing.
  • Long lasting and hard-wearing beauty
  • Using only the highest quality products.

So for the best advice – ask us for your free assessment. Contact The Guildford Floor Sanding Experts today!

Ask us for your FREE assessment today.

Why Choose Us for Your Needs?

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Guildford’s Story

An important wool town until its decline in the reign of the first Elizabeth, Guildford is still an attractive place. As described by William

Cobbett in his ‘Rural Rides’ of 1830: ‘a most agreeable and happy looking town’.

Lewis Carroll never lived in the town but often stayed with his six unmarried sisters at the Chestnuts in Castle Hill. On his death in 1898, he was buried in Mount Cemetery.

Bloomsbury lovers may care to view ‘Durbins’ in Chantry View Road. This listed house was built by Roger Fry for himself in 1913.

Fry was a leading member of the Bloomsbury Group and the English discoverer of Cezanne, Picasso and Matisse. A blunt classical block with an enormous living hall within, the house has two frescoes by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre has been of good reputation for fifty years. Miss Arnaud was a French actress and singer of the 20s and 30s, celebrated for her roles in light fashionable comedies.

Originally a child prodigy on the piano, she charmed audiences as part of the team who performed the extremely popular Aldwych farces. Her male accomplices were invariably Tom Walls, silly ass Ralph Lynn and Robertson (‘Oh Calamity’) Hare.

One of the first from 1922 – still revived today – was ‘Tons of Money’ in which she played the scheming wife of a hardup inventor who

impersonates his relatives so as to avoid his creditors.

View her plaque among the tombs of the tiny St Martha’s chapel on the North Downs Way. This Norman – style parish church of

Chilworth was rebuilt in 1850 and contains a 12th century tub font.

Miss Arnaud also appeared as the maid in Jacques Tati’s movie masterpiece, ‘Mon Oncle’ just before her death in 1958.

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Emma Johnson
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Emma Johnson
“If you’re looking for quality and professionalism, look no further than Guildford Floor Sanding. Their team is experienced, their process is dust-free, and their craftsmanship is top-notch. Plus, with their proven experience, you know you’re in good hands.”
Emma Johnson
Emma Johnson
James Brown
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James Brown
“The team at Guildford Floor Sanding is truly professional. They offer a dust-free sanding process and their pricing is both competitive and affordable. With their proven experience, they are the best in the business.”
James Brown
James Brown
Sophia Williams
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Sophia Williams
“I was amazed by the quality of work done by Guildford Floor Sanding. Their competitive pricing and excellent craftsmanship make them stand out. With their proven experience, they are definitely the best choice for floor sanding.”
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Sophia Williams
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How to Protect Newly Renovated Floor From Chair Legs

A newly sanded and polished hardwood floor is a thing of beauty and a source of pride, and it should stay that way for many years.

But life happens. Sometimes even the most flawless and professionally varnished wood floors come in for some wear and tear that leaves its mark: one of the biggest culprits being chair legs.

No matter how many times you ask people not to scrape back their chairs, sadly there is often someone who gets it into their head to drag the chair across the floor instead of simply lifting it. Even moving chair legs carefully can create scratches if the inevitable debris of daily life – such as particles of grit – are caught beneath them.

So what can be done to protect hardwood floors from chair leg damage?

Professional contractors usually advise homeowners to fix protectors to chair and table legs. These come in various shapes and provide a cushion between furniture and the lovingly varnished wood floor. Chair legs can present a challenge though, as they are often constructed to not sit entirely flush to the floor. This means protectors can snag, fold or fall off completely over time.

It is worth sorting this potential hazard from day one. At the same time as sanding wood floors, furniture could be inspected for potential problems. In many cases – particularly wood chairs – it’s possible to trim them to create a better surface for protectors to adhere to. (Or some varieties of protectors can be nailed on.)

There is a modern trend towards using metal, fold up chairs too. Fortunately, there are plastic sleeves on the market that can wrap around any linear elements, as well as cushions that can be added to any pressure points.

If you are a contractor, then it is excellent customer service to point out potential problems and provide good advice on prevention. If chair legs do cause damage at some stage, homeowners need to be aware that this doesn’t mean they have to commission complete floor sanding and varnishing. It is possible to carry out repairs that can leave the wood flooring looking good as new.

The Floor Sanding Masters are happy to provide insight and advice to both contractors and homeowners. Get in touch with us today.