French polishing covers a wide range in terms of woodfinishing. Generally it is widely accepted to be the ultimate in wood finishing. Traditional French polishing is rarely used these days except on certain items of furnitureFrench Polished Table that require it i.e. antiques. It is also still required for certain houses and buildings that require the likes of the original panelling or staircases to be restored to their former glory. The art of the French polishing technique has been widely embraced by our team of French polishers and is used regularly to achieve the ultimate finish.

Not every job needs to be French polished! Modern day polishes and lacquers are very adaptable and with the know how and skill, a wide range of finishes are available to suit every need.

  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Antiques
  • Pianos
  • Wardrobes
  • Cabinets

Spray polishing

Our large efficient spray shop is well equipped with the most up to date spray equipment and is able to cope with high volume quick turn around finishes that shop fitters require. Time is always of the essence with shop fitters!

Some of the areas our dedicated team cover;

  • Complete shop fit-outs
  • Wardrobes
  • Doors
  • Counters
  • Built in units
  • Panelling
  • Boardroom furniture
  • Desks

Our new range for 2008 includes polyester. This is one of the most difficult and time consuming finishes to achieve, but the “wet look mirror” finish is fantastic. Its clarity in unquestionable. It is also one of the most durable finishes know to the trade. Painted finishes are also very popular today and we can colour match any sample to precision.

On site repairs and repolishing

With having an experienced team of French polishers at our disposal, on site work is not a problem. From small door defects to large hall panelling restoration, our team are always able to cope not matter what the scale. We work regularly with some of N.I s top fit out firms (McLaughlin & Harvey, Gilbert Ash, H&J Martin, Patton’s etc.) to tidy up any small defects that generally occur when fitting out new buildings.