Arbor Flooring


Commercial floor sanding
Wooden floors in a commercial setting are generally subjected to considerably greater levels of wear and tear than those in a domestic setting. There is usually a much higher footfall, combined with a lack of maintenance and TLC can quickly lead to a very worn out, tired looking floor. Even the toughest wood flooring will require maintenance and attention to keep them looking at their best.
With over 20 years of commercial floor sanding experience, we are well positioned to undertake most commercial floor sanding projects.
School floor sanding
With an abundance of Parquet floors in schools, we are able to provide a no obligation onsite evaluation for your school floor sanding requirements. Whether it be a gym Floor, corridor or classroom, with our dust free floor sanders, we can remove old finishes to leave a smooth level surface. We then use commercial products with excellent durability and reliable performance. These are easy to apply, very hard wearing also easy to maintain.
Recent projects include Roundwood Park School, St. Georges School, Harpenden, Sandringham School, St Albans, Hobbs Hill Wood School, Hemel Hempstead and King George V, Pinner.
Pubs and restaurants
With every day heavy foot traffic, also spills and drops, these floors need regular attention.
With the correct treatment, advice and after care, we are able to specify a long-term solution, to keep your floors looking at their best.
We have a flexible working schedule, combined with our dust free floor sanders, we are able to undertake projects with minimal interruption and inconvenience.
Churches, Vicarages and Community Halls
We have a good working relationship with the Diocese of St Albans in which there are no less than 336 Parishes. The bulk of our work in this area is refurbishing and maintaining the many vicarages and rectories, most of which have wood floors in one form or another.
Past works include St. Stephens Hall, Watling Street, St Albans. St Mary’s Hall Marshalswick, St Albans. Also The Vicarages of Stotfold/Ware/Garston/WGC/Holly Bush Lane, Luton St Mary’s House, Stapleford/St Hughs House, Stevenage and The Rectory, Elstree.