CHANGE YOUR SURROUNDING... WITH COLOUR
Are you looking for a reliable no-risk company who can stain your wooden floor to the highest possible standards?
If so, our experience and expertise at W6 London Floor Sanding is just what you need and we'd be happy to advise you if you're not sure how to start.
Done professionally, as part of the sanding and finishing process, floor staining creates an attractive and even depth and tone whilst keeping the wood grain and patterns within the wood.
Floor staining is quite tricky and on the whole, it's where DIY'ers can easily go wrong. A floor with patchy, inconsistent colour will be noticed. You'll be constantly aware of it. You may even have to involve floor specialists to start the whole process again. Expensive, annoying and unnecessary.
WHAT'S THE BEST CHOICE OF COLOUR?
Good question but one which the experts at London Floor Sanding can help you answer. Don't forget that we offer you free colour samples to help you decide.
A floor with a high proportion of exposed floorboards will be the focal point of a room so it's important to get it right. We have an extensive range of eco friendly colour stains ranging from warm, bright shades to dark, sombre hues and everything in between. If you're after a striking look, we've got shades or red, blue and even pink!
Generally, a light colour will enlarge a room and is effective at brightening a dark space - very chic, too, if you combine a light colour with dark furniture W4.
In contrast, darker colours minimise a larger space and look effective with lighter coloured walls.
HOW IS A FLOOR STAINED?
Staining makes up stage three of process, following preparation and sanding. Applied by hand or with a roller, a wood stain will take about eight hours to dry, ready for the final stage. We have a vast selection of odour-free, water-based stains, so we're sure to have something to suit your floor.
If you're after a soft tinted effect on the natural grain of the wood, choose from our range of coloured waxed oils. Suitable for floors that have been fine sanded, they afford a natural, subtle wash of colour.
The finished appearance of the wood will depend on its species, any pre-treatments we perform, the colour of the stain used and of course, how much stain is applied. Even two pieces of wood of the same type may vary.
Sounds complicated? Not really, but don't risk making costly mistakes. Give us a call and we'll get it right the first time.