TIME FOR YOUR NEW WOODEN FLOORS IN MILL HILL
As a still-discernible London village, Mill Hill was fortunate in that the interwar north-western spread of London stopped here.
The pleasant houses and schools must contain that most traditional of building features: the natural wooden floor. The ultimate harmony between practical use and enhancing beauty, a floor will put up with a lot of hard wear.
But we all reach our limits! When those nasty digs, scratches and air of shabbiness become too much to bear - it’s time to bring on the modern solution:
Wood floor repair and restoration from a specialist company.
Whatever your kind of floor - whether hardwood boards or parquet blocks -
it’s a job for
The Mill Hill Floor Sanding Company
See what you receive from our twenty years in the business:
Expertise of restoring floors of any age and from any level of condition.
A top quality job to give a floor that lasts and retains its looks:
We use only premium products to the highest degree of workmanship.
Everything your floor needs to restore it to life:
Damaged or missing areas -
repaired or replaced with matching boards and blocks.
Old sealant and paint -
sanded away to a smooth finish.
A change of floor colour -
the wood stained for a fresh look.
New layer of protection:
sealed with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
Minimal mess and disruption to your schedule:
our machines collect 99% of all dust
Get the best advice from a firm who have restored hundreds of floors
Ask us for your FREE assessment today
The Mill Hill Floor Sanding Business!
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
St Paul’s of 1829-36 is a cheap church in the Commissioner’s style: part of the government church building programme after the Napoleonic wars. The aim was to both cater for the burgeoning urban population and counter the spread of radical ideas.
Filling a local need, perhaps, in that Mill Hill School was founded in 1807 for the sons of nonconformists...
Ronald Wycherley is buried in Mil Hill cemetery. One of the best pop singers of the sixties, this Liverpool-born answer to Elvis Presley is better known as Billy Fury - sadly dying at only 42.