Flagstone floor milling/grinding

8 Aug 2008
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United Kingdom
after uncovering a flagstone floor, which I want to keep, it needs milling/grinding, as quite uneven and damaged in places. It's had some repairs done in the past with what I'm assuming is resin as it's harder than the sandstone flags and is really hard like flint? It's almost impossible to chisel out, I'm wondering if this will mill down and look ok? I had a go on one flag (without the resin type filler) with a grinder with appropriate disc, and the finish was good....but I wasn't! Any ideas of cost for milling? I'm in High Peak and the room size is approx 13' by 13'. Pic is of an area with the 'resin' infill. Thanks for any help

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