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Restore Your Wooden Floors In Manor Park
The cemetery is the burial place of one of the heroes of the Great War, still one of the youngest recipients of the VC…
Your wooden floors may also be deserving of a medal for long and faithful service, at least. And for stoic long-suffering at worst, if shabbiness and marks have corrupted their once youthful good looks.
So ease your conscience by no longer putting up with this sad state of affairs. A new look is a few days work away by a company with twenty plus years in the trade…
The Manor Park Floor Sanding Experts!
⇢ Whatever your kind of floors:
from hardwood boards to parquet blocks -We’ve restored hundreds in shops, the homes, offices, schools and libraries.
And no matter how old or dismal their condition.
⇢ Allow us to provide the complete service:
- Repair and replacement of damaged boards and blocks
- Sanding away old paint and sealant
- Staining the bare wood for a fresh look
- Resealing with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
⇢ All completed to the highest standards of workmanship:
With top quality materials for a finish to last and stay looking beautiful. And with minimal mess and disruption: a clean efficient job with 99% dust free sanding.
The best choice – the Manor Park Floor Sanding Specialists!
Contact Us For Your Free Assessment Today!
Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
Friendly & Tidy
Manor Park, UK
Leyton born, boy first class Jack Cornwell found himself on board the light cruiser, HMS Chester in May 1916 – manning a gun at the Battle of Jutland..
His comrades killed or wounded, and mortally wounded himself, this gallant sixteen year old stayed at this post to the end of the battle. He was taken to hospital in Grimsby where he died two days later.
Awarded a posthumous VC, his funeral oration was given by the First Lord of the Admiralty. His portrait was hung in thousands of schools and the scouts (of which he’d been one) named their badge for highest fortitude after him.
He has a plaque in Manor Park Church and appeared on a set of stamps commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Victoria Cross in 2006.