Timberwolf

Floor Sanding Experts

COVID19 Update


Timberwolf are still operating
with all necessary COVID-19 safety measures in place.
Rest assured we are still undertaking any previously booked in work.

We can provide quotations for all new business, however we are restricting on site surveys unless absolutely necessary, however we can offer video call surveys or in most cases provide accurate quotations from customers own sizes / plans and photos.

These can be emailed to info@timberwolf-floors.co.uk or (if easier) via WhatsApp to 07976 702282.

Newbald Village Hall

140m2 Maple Strip Restoration using Bona Traffic

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This multi-purpose hall in Newbald was in much need of some tlc, Timberwolf sanded it back to bare wood using 2 of our Bona HD belt sanders. This removed not only years of wear, stilletto marks and grime, but also numerous stains left by leaking gas botttles used for coolers, at the halls various functions.

People ask us - why do our floors shine so much ? (that's before the lacquer is applied) The reason is that after the main sanding is completed (where most other contractors leave it) we then switch to our quattro multi-disc sanders, we drop back to 60 grit and remove all linear sanding marks left by the big powerful belt sanders, and blend, leaving the floor bowling green flat, we then work our way back up to 120grit DIAMOND ABRASIVES, leaving a silky smooth finish.

Yes it takes a little longer, but we feel the results are worth the extra effort. The floor will now take minumum effort to keep clean, for ongoing maintenance purposes, will be buffed and re-coated by ourselves, in a matter of a few hours. The floor was finished using Bona Traffic - Silkmatt finish.

 

 

 

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York and Hull Hard Wood Flooring Specialists

Timberwolf has close connections with Hull & York, working in these areas on a daily basis. Centrally situated between Hull and York, we serve both cities and the shaded surrounding areas.


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