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About JC Commercial Interiors
JC Commercial Interiors Ltd is an established Interior Refurbishment Company with over 15 year experience in the interiors sector.
JC Commercial Interiors Ltd was established in 2016 by director Joe Clark. With over 15 years of experience across the interiors sector, JC Commercial Interiors have established a strong reputation for trustworthy and reliable services in suspended ceilings, interior refurbishment, construction management and more.
Our Director has worked with builders, architects, end-users and private clients across the UK and Australia and brings valuable experience of what it takes to provide a first class, reliable service in an industry where people too often feel let down by both the process and the end result.
We believe that the key to successful delivery of projects is primarily down to good communication across all aspects of the project, be it construction or client side. We believe that through our professionalism and diligence that we can add value to your business through the work we undertake and that by contributing to your success we will be contributing to our own.
JC Commercial Interiors Ltd is committed to providing a professional service to all our clients, whether we are installing suspended ceilings or designing a complete fit-out. Our professional team is on hand to help in any way we can.
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