Many hardwood floors get a lot of foot traffic, but commercial spaces that have chosen to use hardwood floors where guests and customers will be passing through day in and day out take a particularly rough beating. For the beautiful Tring Natural History Museum, housed in a lovely and historic building, it was important to maintain the integrity of the original hardwood floorings. These floors not only added to the character of the overall building but also perfectly complimented the natural and rustic charm of the museum’s exhibits.
GJP experts were able to bring their skills and equipment to even the most narrow hallways, sanding down the worn and over used floor while also respecting the delicate nature of the exhibits on display. With a full sanding and proper finishing, the Tring was ready to accept guests again who could walk all throughout its amazing offerings on hardwood shining like new.