Make Your Wooden Floors Anew in Chiswick
Gin Lane, Marriage a la Mode, The Rake’s Progress… The works of the great painter, engraver, cartoonist and satirist, William Hogarth are a harsh indictment of the seedy underbelly of 18th century London life.
His one-time country house is now a stone’s flow from the A4 and provides a welcome haven from our 21st century ills…
Do your natural wooden floors need to make their own kind of progress? From scruffy, scratched and shabby to the shiny veneer of youth and beauty?
If so, you need the specialists in floor repair and restoration.
Whether your floors are solid wooden boards or parquet blocks:
- you need a reliable company who have worked on every kind of floor surface for more than twenty years.
That provides the complete service:
- repairs to damaged timber
- sanding back to smooth wood
- staining as you require for a colour to match your decor
- the final protection provided by natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
To the highest level of workmanship:
- using only top quality materials for a floor to last longer and retain its beauty.
Along with 99% dust free sanding:
- for minimal mess and disruption to your domestic or commercial schedule.
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Why Choose Us for Your Needs?
Hogarth lived in his rural retreat at Chiswick – impressive bay window and all – from 1749 until his death in 1764.
He had a painting room at the bottom of the garden – and the mulberry tree from which he made flans survives.
Hogarth was a highly-patriotic Englishman who resented the foreign influence on English art, such as the popular Palladian style of the early 18th century.
He has an urn-topped tomb in St Nicholas’ Church (where his antagonists Kent and Burlington of Chiswick House are buried), but his monument lies in his great works.
Head east to Lincoln’s Inn Fields where Sir John Soane’s Museum houses both ‘The Election’ and the salutary progress of the unfortunate Rake himself…