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How curious that a series of local streets are associated (and one also not…) – for no valid apparent reason – with Robinson Crusoe…
A desert island dweller would be glad to have timber for fuel and for building a raft. The home and office dweller must look down to appreciate that most enduring of features: the traditional wooden floor.
And what comes to the eye? A pristine, shiny surface – or one that’s a sad, marked shadow of its former glory?
If the latter is the case, the modern solution is a call away:
with wood floor repair and restoration from
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Depths of experience:
- From a family firm who’ve restored hundreds of floors for over twenty years.
- Irrespective of their age and however poor their condition.
The best advice:
- For any kind of floor – from solid boards to parquet blocks.
A top quality job:
- Your new floor finished with premium products to the highest level of workmanship.
A great investment:
- A long-lasting surface that keeps its good looks.
The complete renovation service:
- Missing or damaged boards or blocks? Reset, repaired and replaced.
- Old layers of sealant and paint? Sanded back to bare wood.
- A fresh colour to match your decor? Stained to your choice.
- New essential protection? Choose from natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
No worries about disruption and mess:
- With 99% dust free sanding – from our machines that collect dust from outside each room.
So call us today for your FREE assessment.
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The famous novel is recalled in a series of streets off London Road south of the station: Friday Street, Island Road, Crusoe Road…
But Pitcairn Road? These islands weren’t discovered until almost 60 years after the author’s death – and are still best known as the refuge found by the mutineers from the ill-fated HMS Bounty.
No matter if a council official got a little carried away. Daniel Foe (he added the De himself) wasn’t beyond embellishing a good story himself. If a hack journalist ever made good, he can be proud of ‘Journal of the Plague Year’, his imaginative account of life in 1665.