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Here it all began – with the first all-British powered flight…
The traditional wooden floor is highly suited to those who want to keep their feet on the ground. Solid, practical, dependable, the list goes on. Add beauty, elegance and class and you have the ideal floor surface.
On the minus side? Prone to wear, scratches and marks… but a temporary state of affairs only. Not when you can call on the modern solution to banish that shabby look:
floor repair and restoration from a specialist company.
THE WALTHAMSTOW FLOOR SANDING MASTERS!
Over twenty years of transforming every kind of floor:
- from solid boards to parquet blocks
- no matter how old or poor its condition.
Giving your floor just what it needs:
- repairing damaged timber
- replacing missing boards or blocks
- sanding away old paint and sealant
- staining the bare wood for a fresh colour
- fresh protective layer of oil, hard wax or lacquer.
A supreme quality job:
- using the very best wood flooring materials for a finish to last.
Minimal disruption and mess:
- a clean job – with 99% dust free sanding from our efficient machines.
So make sure you get the best advice for your floor.
Ask us for your FREE assessment today!
This air-breaking event took place on Walthamstow Marshes on July 23rd 1909.
The intrepid Alliot Verdon Roe built his Avro No 1 biplane from a wooden frame, wrapping paper from his brother’s factory and a 9hp motorcycle engine.
Bearing the sponsor’s message ‘Bullseye braces keep your trousers up’ (courtesy of his father’s essential item), the makeshift plane did stay up: flying ten feet above the ground for a distance of about 900 feet at 25 mph.
Two days later, Bleriot crossed the channel and official indifference turned to interest. Roe moved his mini factory to Wembley Park and became a major player in the aircraft business.
His historic plane was presented to the Science Museum in 1925.