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Freshen Up Your Floor For Summer

With Spring firmly upon us and Summer on it's way, perhaps you are in the process of having building work done or are making the most of the bank holidays to do some decorating? If your stone floor is looking a bit sorry for itself and needs a bit of freshening up...

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Feature: Get Your Floor Ready for Spring

Hooray; the clocks have changed, things are warming up and the extra light in the evenings means more opportunity to get into the garden! Now is a good time to think about some Springtime measures to protect your stone floors inside. Gravel, mud and dirt can play...

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Light Grind to Indian Sandstone

This Indian Sandstone floor was in need of some treatment as it had become quite dirty. Sandstone is relatively soft, making it easier to work and so we undertook a light grind. We deep cleaned the floor and applied the correct surface sealant to protect...

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Feature: Get Your Floor Ready for Winter

As the evenings draw in and we start gearing up for the colder weather it’s a good time to think about some winter housekeeping. This time of year can play havoc with your stone floors but some basic measures can help keep your floors sparkling. Prevention Make sure...

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Restore Don’t Replace

At Floor Restorer our mantra is “Restore Don't Replace”. We are dedicated to the restoration and conservation of natural stone and tiled floors because it: retains the character of a room; retains the history and patina of the floor – no two natural stone floors are...

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Floor Restorer Customer Charter

Keeping our customers happy is our number one priority. We want you to be delighted with the service you receive from Floor Restorer. So that you know what standards of service you can expect us to deliver, we have introduced our Customer Charter: Respectful and safe...

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Report writing

Floor Restorer offers a report writing service when an independent professional is required to advise on a floor. The service involves a site visit, consultation, photographs and a written report which can include historical facts, maintenance schedules and...

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Case study: Limestone – Pietra Serena

We were called in by a business school which had 330m2 of Pietra Serena, a grey Italian type of sandstone. Due to an incorrect cleaning routine and the over use of stone care products, a build-up of polish had left the floor looking patchy and dirty. By deep cleaning...

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