Wood Floor Sanding
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Time for Your New Wooden Floors in Stratford
The parish church of St John saw the baptism in 1844 of a famous poet who was unheralded in his lifetime…
The beauty of a natural wooden floor may inspire some poetry, but let’s be content when they do their practical job of withstanding feet – and adding class to our domestic and commercial properties.
So the least we can do is to keep them looking in prime condition. When they fall below this standard – with shabbiness and marks – a fresh new look is a few days’ work away…
With wood floor repair and restoration from:
The Stratford Floor Sanding Masters!
You not only get...
- The best advice from a family company who’ve restored hundreds of floors over the past twenty years…
- But the best result on any kind of floor surface –
- irrespective of age or damaged condition.
So whatever your floor
- hardwood/engineered boards or parquet blocks
All work finished with only top quality floor products:
- for a new hard-wearing floor that keeps its looks.
Ask us to give it what it needs for its youthful beauty to shine forth:
- repairs to damaged timber
- replacing missing areas with matching material
- sanding back old paint and sealant to bare wood
- staining for a change of colour to match your decor
- resealing to create a fresh protective layer
- with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
99% dust free sanding
- from our efficient cylinder machines
Minimal disruption to your schedule:
- with flexible working at your convenience.
Delay no more!
Ask us for your free assessment today!
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The poet is Gerald Manley Hopkins: a brilliant Oxford scholar who became a Jesuit priest.
His poetry was little known when he died of typhoid in 1889. After the publication of a collection in 1918, he became recognised as a major poet.
Hopkins is noted for his invention (or discovery) of ‘sprung rhythm’: an abrupt form of poetic metre in contrast to the ‘running rhythm’ (stressed and unstressed syllables) of traditional metre.
The ‘Wreck of the Deutschland’ and ‘Pied Beauty’ are well known thanks to their appearances in numerous anthologies.