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Timber floors


Eddie and Sons are experts in all areas of timber and parquetry flooring,
including installation, sanding, polishing, restoring, repairs, and more.

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Timber floors


Eddie and Sons are experts in all areas of timber and parquetry flooring,
including installation, sanding, polishing, restoring, repairs, and more.

SERVICES

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sub-floor preparation

Preparing your floor for the installation of timber. This includes everything from the removal of existing carpet, tiles, or timber, to leveling concrete sub-floor.

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Supply & installation

Supply and installation of all types of timber flooring, including parquetry, solid timber floors, as well as engineered floors.

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sanding & finishing

Sanding and finishing of all types of timber floors, including repairs and restorations as well as custom staining.

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About us


Eddie and Sons collectively has more than 80 years of experience and spans three generations.

About us


Eddie and Sons collectively has more than 80 years of experience and spans three generations.

Eddie and Sons was founded in 1995 by a recent immigrant with little more to his name than some tools, a sanding machine, and 20 years of experience in the timber flooring trade having learnt from his father before him.
20 years later, and Eddie and Sons has become a trusted name in Sydney’s timber flooring industry, having completed floors from Gosford to Kiama, and every between. It has laid floors in iconic buildings like 1 Bligh St, Sydney, but also in new homes in Sydney’s expanding west.
No job is too hard for a company that now collectively boasts more than 80 years of experience, and spans across three generations.

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Find us


Open Mon – Sun, By Appointment Only

Find us


Open Mon – Sun, By Appointment Only

 

Blakehurst

971 King Georges Road
Blakehurst, NSW 2221
02 9547 1644


sales INQUIRIES

02 9547 1644
sales@easparquetry.com.au

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FAQ


Answers to some freaquently asked questions.

FAQ


Answers to some freaquently asked questions.

What are the benefits of a timber floor?

Timber floors are much easier to take care of than other surfaces. They’re also timeless; it’s a classic style – parquetry was actually used as a cheaper and easier alternative to marble floors in 1600s Europe. It’s been popular ever since and can be found across the world, from Sydney’s eastern suburbs to New York’s upper east side. Timber also has a natural beauty that can’t be found in carpet. Every bit of timber is unique; the grain on one floorboard won’t be found on another. And it’s been proven to raise the value of your property, as seen on The Block and Renovation Rescue.

Can any timber floor be sanded?

Almost any timber floor can be sanded. Laminate can’t be sanded because it’s not solid timber; it’s just a picture of a floor glued to XDF. On the very rare occasion, we will encounter some solid timber floors that are beyond repair due to disease or have already been re-sanded and had too much timber taken off.

How do I extend the life of my floor?

There are certain easy things you need to do to keep your floor in pristine condition. Place mates at all entrances of the house – it reduces the chances of things getting into your house that could damage your floor. An even better idea is to remove your shoes around the house. It’s important to keep your floor clean, and the best way to do that is according to manufacturers instructions. Usually a static mop and vacuum; absolutely no steam mops. If you can, avoid pets on the floor as well.

How long after you’ve finished can I walk on my floor?

Engineered floating floors can be enjoyed straight away, but if it’s a site-finished floor – it’s been lacquered and glued – it depends on conditions in the house. Sometimes it can take a day or two, other times it can take a week or two.