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Floor Care Amersham

By stone1 On November 29, 2013 No Comments

Stone Reflection offer a brilliant floor care service and we have invested time in training and in industrial machinery to fulfil all types of floor restoration. A great part of our business is restoring beautiful stone flooring in traditional properties where the floors have been treasured and are clearly steeped in history.

Victorian Tiles AmershamWe were invited to clean this Victorian Stone floor in Amersham. Although daily wear and use will mean that some stone floors become ingrained with dirt, this floor was incredibly dirty and required a full deep clean to get it looking like new.

We completed a deep clean for these Victorian tiles; as we went through the process the true beauty of the tiles started to show through and our customer really could not believe what finish the stone restoration process provided.

Some home owners want to restore tiled floors that have been laid for a long time because it respectfully reinstates character to their home. The after pictures of this stone cleaning job show the amazing results that can be achieved.

Floor Care AmershamThe tiles were treated with an impregnating sealer to make sure that the gleaming look was long-lasting and that it created the right impression on entering the house. This was a particularly rewarding job and we have since received work through recommendations from this client.

If you have any questions about our floor care or floor protection services please call us on 01494 727422.

Our services are offered to the following areas and all towns in between: Amersham, High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Slough, Watford, Hemel Hempstead and throughout Buckinghamshire.