Spring 2021 saw one of our greatest renovations yet. The Belfast Room at the Ulster Museum had a hidden secret. A few years previous an original 1930s oak block parquet was discovered underneath old linoleum. It was our task to restore its potential and at the same time provide a hardwearing, practical surface for commercial use. Each block was hand cleaned to remove old bitumen. The sub floor was scraped clean, treated for infestation and then primed. The floor was then relayed, sanded and sealed with a high performance lacquer.
We feel very privileged to have helped bring this floor back to life and hope the results speak for themselves.