We offer a full end-to-end floor laying service from an in-house consultation to coordination with your builder.

  • Concrete
  • Particle board
  • Plywood

Whether you’re renovating, extending, or building new, we’ll begin with an in-house consultation. This will include helping you choose the best timber for your needs and best suited to your colour scheme. We’ll also take detailed measurements. Once you’re happy, we’ll move onto floor laying. We’ll level out your existing floor and apply a protective moisture barrier. We’ll then direct stick your wood flooring down, nailing if necessary.

Throughout, we’ll coordinate with your builder to make this as easy and non-disruptive

Timber floor repairs

Timber flooring with split or missing floorboards can be hazardous to you and your family. Protruding nails and splinters are particularly dangerous for pets and small children. When your timber floor starts to show its age, you need to contact the specialists at Craft Floor Sanding. We can expertly repair all types of damaged timber floors and in most cases will be able to restore your floor back to its original condition!

Floor Sanding

We can sand and finish the following floor types:

  • Tongue and Groove
  • Overlayed 10mm Floor
  • Floating Floors
  • Parquet
  • Particleboard
  • Plywood
  • Strand board
  • Cork

Have another type of wooden floor? Just ask us!

Floor Finishing and Refinishing

Our floor finishing and refinishing options include

  • Hardwood floor finishing
  • Hardwood floor refinishing
  • Wood flooring stripping and refinishing
  • Finishing in gloss
  • Semi-gloss
  • Low-sheen
  • Matt

More and more customers seem to be going for the stained look. Stained floors add an aged look, character and charm to any home or room. There are many different shades to choose from. Staining is a lot more time consuming and can take up to twice as long as a straightforward sand and polyurethane job, therefore the price for stain is a little more expensive.

Some popular staining colours are:

Chocolate Walnut & Dark Walnut Dark Oak Black Bean.

White Washing/Blonding

Where the polyurethane is tinted white and looks like diluted milk that has been poured over the floor.

We can cater for most customers tastes as the polyurethane is only slightly tinted so it can require several layers to achieve the desired shade of white.


Commonly known as a maintenance coat. We simply come in, wash your floors with a re-glaze solution, lightly sand and apply one to two coats of the polyurethane of your choice - Gloss, Satin or Low Sheen.

Please be aware that a reglaze cannot be done on a floor which has worn through to the bare timber. You will require having your floor completely re-sanded and re-coated.

Polyurethane Finishes

We provide:

  • Moisture-cured polyurethane
  • Water-based polyurethane
  • Coloured oil
  • Standard oil