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Introducing Tedd Todd: The Market Leader In Hardwood Flooring

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Here at Wood Floor Surbiton, we’re very proud to be registered as official stockist of the renowned Ted Todd brand of hardwood flooring. After close inspection, we have been recognised as specialists in bespoke and sustainable flooring products, and gained accreditation as an official Ted Todd stockist. In fact, we’re one of the only stockists in the Guildford and Surrey area. Continue reading →

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Wood Flooring Maintenance: How To Clean Your New Floor’s Finish

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Whether you’ve recently made the excellent choice of having wood floors installed in your home, or if you’re considering getting this stylish and durable flooring choice, then looking after it is something you’re going to need to know.

Even the most durable things in our home need maintaining properly, and wooden floors are no exception. This article runs through three simple, easy ways you can keep your new floor clean and looking great.

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Easter Opening Times 2013

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We are closed over the Easter Period from:

 

Good Friday 29th March – Bank Holiday Monday 1st April

 

Reopen for Business as usual on the 2nd of April 2013.

Allergy Care: The Benefits Of Hardwood Flooring For Those With Allergies

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Dealing with allergies in your home can be an absolute nightmare; dust particles and other allergens always manage to find places to tuck themselves away and wait to aggravate any conditions that you might have.

Carpets, for example, are notorious for clinging on to particles that can cause irritations for people with allergies and can be really difficult to clean and maintain to ensure they don’t cause any issues. Hardwood flooring, however, suffers from none of these disadvantages can really help to make your home much more comfortable.

Nowhere For Allergens To Hide!

One negative point of carpets is that they give plenty of places for dust, dirt and allergen particles to hide away from vacuum cleaners and stick around for far too long. These particles can easily cling to the carpet’s fibres deep down, making it notoriously difficult to get rid of them. Even thorough and regular vacuuming is not enough to get rid of dust and dirt that gets buried deep down within the carpet’s fibres, meaning that a carpet that looks clean on the surface can easily be far from it lower down.

This won’t affect the health of many people, but those with allergies will notice allergies and respiratory conditions flaring up as a result of the difficulty associated with thoroughly deep cleaning carpets.

Easy To Clean & Maintain

It’s very easy to save away for hours trying to thoroughly clean a carpet, and the cost of deep cleaning and various cleaning products can easily add up; when it comes to allergies vacuuming carpets simply isn’t enough to remove dust and allergens that will aggravate allergies and asthma. It can be a particularly fruitless task if you have pets, too, as once you’ve finished vacuuming the pesky pet hairs will find their way into your carpets very quickly.

With hardwood flooring, however, thorough cleaning is much simpler – regular vacuuming (with the correct attachment to avoid damage) and mopping is all that’s required to keep the flooring clean. There’s no risk of dust or dirt hiding away and not being picked up during a clean, and there’s nothing for dust particles or allergens (such as pollen or pet hair) to stick to.

This will vastly improve the quality of the air for those suffering with allergies, as well as reduce and almost remove the risk of allergies flaring up as a result of hidden particles; allergy sufferers frequently report the improvements of ditching carpets in favour of hardwood flooring.

If you or anyone in your family suffers with allergies, and your carpets are giving you far too much grief then try our high-quality bespoke hardwood flooring here at Wood Floor Surbiton. Our showroom in Surrey features a range of flooring types and brands, including Ted Todd hardwood flooring. Visit our store or call us today on 01483 304888 to discuss our full range, and your flooring needs in detail.

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Wooden Floor Care: Top Tips To Keep Your Flooring Looking Its Best

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Knowing exactly how to look after your wooden floors without doing them any damage can be tricky, but being aware of precisely how you should care for your type of wooden flooring is paramount to ensuring that it has a long life and looks as good as it did the day it was installed.

While not exhaustive, these general tips will help steer you in the right direction for making your wooden floors look their best no matter how long you’ve had them.

Clean Them Regularly

By regularly sweeping, mopping and vacuuming your wooden floors you’re doing much more than just keeping them looking spotless. Hard, gritty particles sit alongside the soft-looking fluff and, if left to knock around your floor, will cause scratches and abrasive marks over time. The three aforementioned methods are the most effective when it comes to cleaning your floors; be very wary of using floor cleaning products and ensure you use the most suitable for your wood. Using the wrong one for your type of flooring could ruin the finish and cause damage to the wood.

Simple-To-Remove Scuff Marks

Scuff marks look awful, and might appear permanent; not even a good mopping can seem to lift them. But they’re easy to remove and most scuffs will disappear with some warm water on a cloth and a good helping of elbow grease. Some may require a short spray of suitable wood cleaner to really shift, but nothing any more drastic than that is required for the dreaded black scuff marks.

Avoid Those Pesky Gaps

Wood reacts to extreme temperatures, and expands and contracts with the changes in weather and humidity. Wooden flooring can often have a particularly tough time in the winter months as the cold weather causes it to contract and the high humidity (due to central heating and gas fires) removes moisture from the air, and subsequently from the wood.

Simply popping a humidifier in a room with wood flooring can stop the air (and the wood) drying out, contracting and causing those annoying gaps in between the board.

If you’re looking for stylish wooden flooring in your home and you need a company you can trust to give you great advice then look no further than our professional services. Upon new installation we’ll always advise customers on the best ways to look after their flooring, and when to turn to the professionals for help.

It should be noted that these tips are merely guidance to those with wooden flooring – if you’re ever in any doubt on how best to care for or repair your home’s wooden flooring then get in touch with our specialists here at Wood Floor Surbiton.

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