Quality sanding and
All visible nails punched and filled
using an appropriate colour timber putty. Putty colour will approximate the
colour of the darker boards within a floor.
Nail holes, knot holes and gaps at
the end boards to be filled with appropriate filler.
Some variation in colour and grain
between new and old boards.
Black japanning or stain around the
perimeter of some older timber may produce a finished floor with a two-tone
All timber floors will expand and
contract according to the environment. Floor movement is quite normal and to be
A coating that will provide many
years of beauty providing that it is properly maintained.
Some lighting, particularly down
lights will produce a visible, fine, circular scratched effect on the floor.
High gloss finishes will tend to accentuate this effect that often reduces over
Some slight markings on skirting
boards from contact with the edger machine.
Any silicone and other products on a
floor may cause rejection with subsequent coats of polyurethane. Silicone or
silicone based products include; Fabulon, Hair Spray, Fly Spray, Cleaning Agents