CHOOSE A FLOOR SANDING COMPANY IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Leafy Bucks - home of Milton, Roald Dahl, Gray’s Elegy, Disraeli and sundry Dukes of...
Also a loving gift from an English King to his Queen...
Let’s hope your own wooden floors arouse similar positive feelings in your heart. Are they evoking a sense of pride in their owner - or looking a little er... neglected and abused.
Get back on good terms with the modern solution.
Floor sanding and restoration from
The Buckinghamshire Floor Sanding Company.
A friendly family firm:
- who’ve restored thousands of wooden floors over the past 20 years.
- and will give you the best advice for your floor’s repair and restoration whatever its age and level of condition.
- on any kind of surface: solid wood; engineered boards ; parquet or herringbone blocks.
- doing everything your floor needs:
repairing damaged timber
removing old sealant
staining for a fresh look
resealing with oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All to the highest standards - with premium quality materials.
And no worries about mess and disruption...
a 99% dustfree job with our efficient sanding machines...
Choose the best - the Buckinghamshire Floor Sanding Services!
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Queen Catherine was given the manor at Long Crendon by Henry V after Agincourt.
A prize gift even today - for this one time lace-making village of 100 listed buildings retains about 60 cottages from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Manor House has a Jacobean roof and 16th century door. Long Crendon Manor is a gabled15th century house with a big open hall now acting as the kitchen.
The Court House - where disputes were resolved - was the second property acquired by the National Trust. Of brick and timber, its five bay upper storey contains a big room with queen posts and carved beams in the roof.
It has had many functions, including the poor house, a hall for the wool merchants and a meeting place for the master and scholars of All Souls, Oxford.
The attractive 13th century church has three porches and a magnificent monument to Sir John Dormer and his wife. Its rich decoration and coloured heraldry is protected by railings.
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