Boost your Bermondsey Floors!
Just under a century ago, a couple devoted their lives to improving living conditions for the poor and sick in Bermondsey…
Are your wooden floors in need of a health treatment of their own? It must be the case if they are damaged, shabby or generally past their best. Fortunately, the remedy is straightforward when you call upon a specialist company.
With wood floor repair and restoration from
The Bermondsey Floor Sanding Company!
The Bermondsey Floor Sanding Specialists!
Restoring floors of every type:
- from hardwood boards to parquet blocks.
99% dust free sanding:
- efficient collection from our machines ensures minimal mess and disruption.
The complete restoration service for your floor:
- repairs to damaged timber
- replacing missing boards and blocks
- removing old sealant and paint
- staining the smooth wood for a change of colour
- final protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
Durable good looks:
- from premium quality floor products applied to the highest degree of workmanship.
- Whatever the state of your floors..
- and whatever their age..
Make sure you obtain the best advice:
Ask our reliable family firm for your free assessment.
Contact the Bermondsey Floor Sanding Specialists today!
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
Alfred Salter was the outstanding student at Guy’s hospital and seemed destined for a glittering career in medical research. Yet seeing the atrocious health conditions endured by the poor in Bermondsey, with TB rife and probably the lowest life expectancy in the capital, he became a poor man’s doctor – and a politician.
His local labour party captured the Borough Council in 1922 and set to work in the dockland slums.
Their pioneering health service attacked social conditions – and saw a fall within five years in both the death rate and new cases of TB. They planted avenues of trees and, instead of flats to replace the tenements, built cottages in a kind of garden suburb development.
As MP, he fought for a new deal for local people. He and his wife Ada lived in the area all their lives and carried on even after their daughter died of scarlet fever.
A little-remembered and dedicated local hero.
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The perfect time to restore school floors
Schools are incredibly busy places. On a daily basis, hundreds of students and teachers alike walk through the corridors and halls, sometimes rushing to get to their lessons on time. Over time, that means the floors start to show signs of wear and tear, as well as damage – in particular, the floor in a school’s sports hall, especially if there are several PE lessons per week held inside the hall. A damaged floor can potentially be dangerous for students, so it’s always a good idea to try and keep all floors in a school in top condition.
Now that the summer holidays are underway, chances are that your school is going to be relatively empty over the next few weeks, making now the perfect time for restoring school halls. Even if your floors have minimal wear and tear, it’s best to get it sorted out now before the students return. Once the summer holidays are over and the students start using the hall again, any wear and tear is likely to get a lot worse. So, in order to prevent a potentially costly bill, you should be looking to take action now.