Do you need a new wooden floor in Muswell Hill
From England’s greatest song writer to our best-loved fictional jailbird, the area deserves to be celebrated as a cradle of popular entertainment..
Muswell Hill retains enough leafy streets to remind us that this part of London was once endowed with woodland. Perhaps the trees ended up in the form of that most sturdy of domestic or commercial building features: the wooden floor.
Your floors are willing to endure the scrapes of outrageous feet for years, but even the most long-suffering will start to sulk - looking shabby if not more seriously damaged.
Either way, relieve its ordeal! Sound advice and renovation expertise is at hand from a reliable specialist company.
The Muswell Hill Floor Sanding Professionals !
You’ll get the complete restoration service:
repairing and replacing damaged timber
sanding away old paint and sealant
leaving smooth bare wood.
sanding for a new colour
and the final protection with oil, hard wax or lacquer.
With minimal mess and disruption:
our machines have a unique collection system - ensuring 99% dust free sanding.
On every kind of floor - from solid boards to parquet blocks.
Whatever its age and condition.
A top quality finish:
with premium products - for a new floor to last and continue to look good for longer.
Your floor is a valuable investment -
so make sure you entrust it with the best.
Call us for your FREE assessment today!
The Muswell Hill Floor Sanding Specialists
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We refer of course to the great Ray Davies of the Kinks, whose reputation as creator of one of the best English bands of the 60s continues to grow. Outstanding pop songs of their era can now be viewed as funny, gently-mocking and perceptive commentaries on English life and culture.
As the modern world become ever more complicated and techno-driven, the desires expressed in ‘Ape Man’ present a sane solution:
I wanna go away to a distant shore
and make like an ape man.
And surely that other son of Muswell Hill, Norman Stanley Fletcher, would second that - preferring a sybaritic existence on a south sea island to the (admittedly hardly onerous) confines of HM Prison Slade.