With its charming beaches, heritage houses
and proximity to the city, Bayside Melbourne has plenty to offer.
If you’ve moved into an old Bayside
property with timber floors we suggest you have a look at their condition.
Timber floors ideally should be sanded and
polished every five years, this ensures the timber lasts for a long time and
looks its best.
MAX Floor Sanding, based in Melbourne,has been working in the Bayside region for 15 years and offers the following services to homes and businesses:
- Floor polishing(which includes
- Deck sanding
- Timber floor repairs
- Lime wash floors
If you’d like more information about lime
wash floors go to Lime Wash page
We offer competitive rates across our
Our floor sanding and polishing rate is
Once we’ve talked through your needs, we’ll
arrange a FREE SITE ASSESSMENT so
that we can offer you an accurate and comprehensive quote.
As floor sanders for Bayside, Melbourne, we
don’t want to see you throw away money on unnecessary timber floor maintenance.
We have a few simple suggestions we offer
all our clients to make sure you only see us when you really need to:
- Firstly, keep those floors
clean! – we suggest you install dirt-trapping mats at all entrances to your
house so that people can remove excess dirt, sand and grit before stepping on
your floors. You should also wipe up spills straight away before moisture can
affect the timber. Sweep the timber regularly to prevent build-ups of scratchy
dirt and grit. Ensure you use a soft bristled brush or, better still, a
microfiber or electrostatic mop to prevent scratching.
- Secondly, pad out your
furniture – we recommend you stick soft padding on the bottom of all heavy
items of furniture to protect your floors against scratching and gouging.
Padding is a much better option than castors, which can still cause marks. Check
the underneath of your furniture from time to time as padding can wear through.
- Thirdly, think about what type
of footwear you wear around the house. High heeled shoes can actually dent your
timber floors. Solid shoes like work boots can damage floors too because
material can get caught in the grips and then end up on your floor.
For more tips and advice from your
professional Melbourne Bayside floor sanders, check out our links to
or About Us page