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If you have just invested in new hardwood flooring for your property, you will undoubtedly want to choose furniture and accessories that will compliment your new investment perfectly. This can however be a difficult task so we here at Ajax Flooring thought we’d give you a helping hand with a few tips and ideas for items of furniture and accessories that will look great alongside your flooring and create a beautiful looking room; (more…)
Ajax has completed work to Blackheath Halls, Blackheath, London
The Oak Strip flooring to the main hall was renewed and now looks stunning.
Work commenced on 15th Dec 2012. The old flooring was taken up and moved from site.
The sub floor was prepared by de-nailing the existing joists. The new Oak Strip flooring was secretly nailed to joist. The Oak flooring was then sanded off and sealed.
Here at Ajax Flooring, we have the wealth of experience and breadth of stock to cater to the needs of anyone and any particular interior. The extensive range we offer includes many different types of hardwood flooring London and we realise that when confronted with such a vast amount of choice, it can be hard to choose which type suits you best. With this in mind we have compiled a list of the 5 different types of solid hardwood flooring London to help you make that decision:
We’ll start simple with the most conventional type of hardwood flooring – ‘Strip Flooring’ is the type most consumers are familiar with and we have all admired its smart appearance in someone else’s or our own home.
Consisting of long strips of wood that are installed a piece at a time, our strip flooring can provide a clean, neutral accompaniment to all styles of wall cladding and interior design.
Our Herringbone style of hardwood flooring can give your front room, hallway or even workplace a touch of Parisian class. Being a long-time traditional floor pattern used all across Europe and in many French Chateaus, we can install this style with or without a border.
Adding more character to a floor but still being understated, we will install this in different configurations (parallel to the room’s walls or diagonally), according to your preferences.
Make your new hardwood flooring the centre piece of any room with this eye-catching style! Made up of various intricate patterns of your choosing, parquet flooring can really add more luxury to your interior and makes a great talking-point.
All of the above types of solid hardwood flooring are available from us ‘unfinished’ or in its natural state – meaning that there is no stain or clear finish applied to the wood.
Of course the opposite of unfinished – arriving from us completely polished and, well – finished.
As you can see, we cover all the bases when it comes to finding your hardwood flooring London and our experience that spans over 50 years comes into play to give you the right advice on which floor would suit your interior, as well as the skilled work to ensure it is fitted properly.
Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Ajax Flooring. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Ajax Flooring, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
Seen throughout a number of different commercial and domestic settings, hardwood is a definite favourite in the flooring market. Its primary characteristics enable it to remain strong, durable and beautiful within it appearance. Yet, even hardwood flooring needs a little care and attention if you expect it to last for years and years. So, what care does hardwood flooring London need? As a professional supplier of flooring, the team here at Ajax Flooring Company Ltd are willing and able to answer your question.
At Ajax Flooring Company Ltd we have dealt with a vast number of commercial projects, and as a result of this we have developed a significant industry insight into how best to care for your hardwood flooring.
Steps to Prevent Damage
One way to reduce the damage which occurs to your floor is through using preventative techniques. Furniture is a primary culprit when it comes to scratching the surface of wood floors. One way to prevent this is by using floor protectors beneath the furniture.
Clean, Sweep and Wipe
Foot traffic across your floor will bring in lots of dirt and grit – which if left untreated will ruin the surface of your floor. To reduce the damaging effect this could have, you need to sweep and hoover your floors on a regular basis.
On top of this, if you spill any liquid it is important ensure that you mop it up immediately as water may permanently damage your floor if it begins to warp.
If the damage sustained is too severe you will need equipment hire Aylesbury to remove the existing varnish and reseal the surface. This will renew your flooring’s surface, leaving it looking as beautiful as the day you first had it installed.
If you need any more information regarding hardwood flooring London, please do not hesitate to contact the team at Ajax Flooring Company Ltd. You will find that we are full of useful information, and are able to offer you professional advice. Call us today on 01322 556 564.
Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Ajax Flooring Company Ltd. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Ajax Flooring Company Ltd, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
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