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Create the Perfect Ambience for Your Office Space

Most business owners want to make sure that their office space is different to others’. To be able to create an ambience that not only looks and feels great, but produces a productive and contented workforce, JS Online, the UK’s leading office interiors specialists, provide a unique fit-out service which will do just that.

The office furniture experts say that the look and feel of an office can convey the message you want to convey to professional clients. Convey the wrong message, and you risk losing business. On the other hand, if your office space is not designed correctly, your workforce is likely to become unproductive, ensuing bad results overall.

Chris Johnson, a Director of JS Online, said: “We carefully consider your office space and then suggest inspired designs to fit that space, to encourage maximum results from your workforce and business clients. However, the design must also reflect the organisation’s culture and portray the right image for what they do. A good design can be crucial to delivering a quality service.

“This is where our interior fit-out service comes in. We make sure your project runs smoothly from beginning to end with our many allied services of Office Refurbishment and Move Management.”

With over 40 years of experience in the industry, the firm who also specialise in office seating know exactly what they are talking about. They provide all office items including partitions, data cabling solutions, ceiling systems, lighting recommendations, flooring and wall storage solutions, blinds and even air conditioning for those sweltering summer months.

They are so good at what they do, interior designers commend them for their work, and over the years they have built up a loyal client base. Virginia Masters has said of their fit-out service: “JS Office Environments has provided me with many solutions to Interior Design problems. I will continue to use them for future projects.”

In addition to this, the firm also specialises in office desks, office chairs and ergonomic seating.

Posted by Chris Johnson on 9 March 2010