Laying parquet floors

Prepared boards must be eked out. They are laid with offset regarding the boards next to them making sure that the boards do not overlap. Boards are placed parallel to the wall with a window. It can be done t in a different way, but this way is most commonly accepted and widely used. Parquet Before you begin to lay parquet, you have to plan everything well and complete  a few important steps. Here's what needs to be done beforehand: - Align the ground - all cracks and scratches must be topped up - The substrate  must be primed with priming substances - for better sticking to the floor, - Assess its temperature and humidity, Expansion joints - parquet may not seal tightly to the walls of the room. This is due to the fact that the wood under the influence of changes in the atmosphere (humidity degree) changes its  volume. Once is wider, and once it  is shrinking. Dilation and hence the gap should have a width of about 1 cm. This space will not be visible as it will be obscured with wall strips.  


Sanding the floor  is a multi-stage process of floor finishing, removal of inequalities, scratches and then polishing and preparation for the maintenance so that the  floor could serve you well for years. Special multi-function machines – sanders and scrapers - are used for that purpose. A well-made treatment is the basis  of successful sanding  of wood flooring. In London, we use high-quality dust free sanders,   made by Lagler Bona & Festool Also other elements  made of wood can be sanded -  for example staircases -  but this task is more difficult and therefore more expensive. If  the floor is uneven, you cannot use the machines, and  you have to do everything manually. Well done sanding  of the stairs gives a perfect result for years. 
Our company has over twenty years of experience in sanding wood. We develop, increasing our experience. We are expanding our range of services and purchase the latest tools. We always choose  the best type of treatment for a particular job. Contact us!  


Supplementing observed defects is a very important element of the flooring work . Freshly sanded floor is  subjected to trowelling. Based on an special blends, we create trowel, thanks to which we fill all the voids that sanding has not removed and then we level floor surface. With the proper consistency and precise dosing,  we get rid of the cracks. After the floor dries out, there  comes the time to polish it. For this purpose, the most commonly used are low-speed machines with sanding nets. When the floor is polished and vacuumed, we verify the state of the entire parquet: if everything is in order, there are no holes, cracks, cavities, and the wood is well arranged and does not move. If one  does not see any impairments, we apply primer and after drying we polish the floor again. At the end of parquet must be wiped with wet cloth and lacquered  for proper maintenance.  

Staining wooden floors

Staining wooden  floor is a trendy treatment, which completely changes the character of the interior. We can do this using a stain, lacquer, wax or wood oil. Regardless of the manner  which we choose, we must first have the parquet floor polished. The result of staining the wood can not only change its colour, but also highlight the grain. Wooden floors can be treated with bleach, darkened or given any colour chosen from the samples offered by our company.  

Purchasing wooden floor  

Hard Wood Flooring can supply and fit hardwood flooring. You  can choose wood species, plank or block shape, pattern and finally floor colour and finishes. With so many possible combinations you can create a style or look you want for you hardwood floor. We can supply large bleached boards for a clean modern look, rustic oak for pub or farm kitchen or borders and patterns for something unique. Patterns We can supply your hardwood flooring as wooden blocks or planks in different widths and lengths which, when laid, produce floors with a range of different patterns.   

Taking care of the floor                          

Regular floor maintenance is necessary to keep your floor in good order. Your floor  might receive a lot of wear but  it needs to look its best at all times. After having installed or renovated the floor,  it is very important to keep it maintained - especially on high traffic  areas. We offer ongoing maintenance contracts to clients. For an average  high traffic area we would return to the premises between every 10-14 months to rotary screen the floor and apply a freshen-up coat which extends the life of the floor before it needs another re-sand. We  are aware that most businesses can not undertake that kind of works in normal working hours so we are happy to arrange on site maintenance over night or weekends. .brainient.