Cigarette burn to oak workbench removal - Carpentry & Joinery job in South Lambeth, South London

Job description

Our kitchen's oak work bench which has incurred a number of cigarette burns (and water damage). There are 4 cigarette burns in total, ranging from
0.5x0.6cm to 2.5x1.6cm in size and a round food(?) stain of 1.8cm diameter. The water damage (surfacing removal) is roughly two areas
of about 45x7cm in size. We would like these defects fixed if at all possible, and resurfaced with Osmo POLYX(R)-OIL.

In addition in the hallway a door stopper has also been ripped off resulting in a hole in the skirting "board" (its plaster) of 4x3.5x1.5cm and damage to the wall where the door has hit. The plaster skirting hole needs filling, doorstop replacing and the hole in the wall (small, about 1.5x2cm and a few mm deep) filling and repainting.

Any idea how much these things would cost and when it would be possible to do the work?


Feedback for G Shaw Woodwork

Gavin did an excellent job removing cigarette burns; water and food stains from our oak kitchen workbench. He is very experienced with wood and this allows him to work quickly and use the least invasive approaches to provide the best standard of restoration. I have no hesitation recommending him to others.