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Floors anew in Brompton
This area famous for artistic types has a cemetery resident fondly remembered among addicts of classic horror movies...
Creaking floorboards are a staple feature of scary films and form part of the charm of old wooden floors. Not so welcome are the effects of wear and age..
When marks and scratches have taken over, it’s time to give your floors a fresh look:
Here’s how with floor sanding and restoration from the specialists...
The Brompton Floor Sanding Business!
Use our experience of restoring hundreds of floors over the past twenty years:
from every age and level of condition
of every type: from hardwood/engineered boards to parquet blocks
And in every location: domestic and commercial.
Your floors will receive the complete restoration service:
repairing and realigning boards and blocks
replacing damaged or missing areas with matching material
sanding away old paint and sealant
staining the smooth wood for a change of colour
fresh protection with natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
With minimal dust and disruption:
a 99% dust free job with our efficient sanding machines.
Flexible working around your schedule.
And... every job completed to the highest level of workmanship:
top quality restoration materials ensure a long lasting finish that keeps its good looks...
So make sure you receive the best advice from a friendly family firm -
Ask us for your FREE assessment today!
The Brompton Floor Sanding Company
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
London-born Ernest Thesiger (1879-61) found fame in Hollywood in the thirties. His cadaverous appearance and campy manner was ideally suited to the sinister goings-on in ‘The Old Dark House’. And equally for the role of the mad Dr Pretorius (‘to a new world of gods and monsters’) in ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’. Both were directed by his friend and former fellow-actor, James Whale.
After serving in WW1 as a private, he created the role of the Dauphin in Shaw’s ‘St Joan’ in 1922.
A later memorable appearance was as the stick thin (and stick waving) head of the firm threatened by Alec Guinness’ indestructible fabric in the 50’s Ealing classic ‘The Man in the White Suit’.