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A new wooden floor in Clapham Junction
‘Up the Junction’ was a working-class counter to the image of the swinging sixties as personified north of the river in trendy Chelsea...
Your wooden floors may never be trendy (though cool colours are having their day). They embody solid tradition: practical and hard wearing, yet authentic and attractive.
No wonder they continue to be popular in all kinds of domestic and commercial properties: bars and restaurants; shops and offices; schools and galleries; libraries and museums.
So do them justice by making sure their appearance is maintained at a high level. Away with those unsightly digs and scratches!
When you give them wood floor repair and restoration from...
The Clapham Junction Floor Sanding Experts!
solid/engineered boards to herringbone/parquet blocks.
no matter how poor or how old.
Whatever they require for a new look:
repairing old or damaged timber
filling in missing areas with matching material
sanding away old paint and sealant
staining the bare wood to match your decor
refinishing with a fresh layer of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
All work completed with top quality floor products:
so that your new surface will both last and keep its good looks.
And. 99% dust free sanding:
for minimal mess and disruption with our efficient machines.
Make sure you get the best advice from a family firm with twenty years in the business:
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The Clapham Junction Floor Sanding Specialists
TRUSTED BY THESE WELL KNOWN BRANDS AND HUNDREDS MORE.
Nell Dunn wrote a series of vignettes in 1963 about factory girls south of the river.
Developed into a Ken Loach TV play in 1965, ‘Up the Junction’ was controversial yet praised for its naturalistic and unsentimental depiction of real lives.
It starred Carol White, who became a household name a year later with her performance in ‘Cathy Come Home’.
The pretty blonde didn’t appear in the 1968 film version of ‘Up the Junction’ but did play the wife of a bullying criminal in ‘Poor Cow’. Her own life seemed to mirror those put-upon women desperate for love and self-fulfilment. After time in the States, drink and drugs took their toll and this talented actress died in 1991 aged 48.