Got asked to take a look at a strange one last week.It was a herringbone parquet which had seen better days. After initial inspection and moisture readings it came apparent that the customer has an issue with damp and that the floor had previously suffered from this. As wood is a living thing ,moisture humidity and temperature all affect this and over time the wood had moved.The only problem was there was no expansion and the floor only had 1 way to go and that was up. The fl
Just a few pictures of the finished product on the bamboo.amazing results considering the state of the surface before. Looking beatiful now Clear Matt looks awesome on this. Grain detail enhanced All the grease and dirt gone I'd eat my dinner it. Kitchen freshener right up The culprit good old Treatex.Amazing stuff this.if your restlring a worktop this is your first choice believe me.i have restored tops 3 years previous and returned to do other works at the same client and b
Had a really nasty worktop in need of some real attention this week. It was bamboo and in a real state. A lot of people associate this as wood it's actually a type of grass. None the less it can be sanded and restored and timeless were all over it. Years of neglect ,burns and a really poor application of danish oil previously resulted in a worktop which many would disregard and replace. I saw potential and looked past the grease and water damage and saw the beauty underneath.
Got asked to carry out a restoration in Cambridgeshire to 2 attic rooms.Both were under carpet and wasn't too sure on there condition.Some times you can get a nasty shock with these but to the clients delight it was quite pleasing.character period boards.They needed a bit of tlc but nothing i couldn't handle. A few repairs needed but otherwise pretty good condition. This may look alarming to anyone uncovering this but rest assured wonderful things can happen to this. The floo