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reinstatement, soft demolition, dismantling, painting

Posted By: springwood

Date: Fri, 4 May 2012

Price: Best Offer

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Reinstatement Contractor for

Office Reinstatement Works
Shop Reinstatement Works
F&B outlet Reinstatement Works
Factory Reinstatement Works
Residential Reinstatement Works

Need help to dispose unwanted old furniture,equiptment or electrical appliances?
Moving out soon ?
Need to dismantle old built-in cabinet?
Need to remove office partition?
Need to reinstate old office premise before hand over?

The choice is clear.
Reinstatement Specialist

A experienced, friendly, and careful contractor.
Reinstatement Specialist Team
A team of experience workers, electricians and supervisor to assist you in all type of reinstatement works.
From initial work schedule planning to handover.

With reinstatement specialist team, you can concentrate on your new office/shop.
At the same time monitor the reinstatement work progress in the comfort of your new office/shop via internet.

In a one of our re-instatement job at Chinatown area.
Many contractors had quoted our clients and required 2-3 days to finish the work.
WE DID IT in less then 10 hours!!!Yes , not a joke or marketing gimmick!
On top of that we matched the lowest quoteour client had received before us.

With proper planning & coordination,we provide client satisfaction and deliver
more then expected.

Our services:
Removal of office partition
Removal of Signages
Removal of built-in Cabinets
Dismantling works
Disposal of used / unwanted items
Re-instatement of offices, shop spaces
Painting (interior / extrior),
Cleaning works.
Relocation / moving services
storage facilities

You can't go wrong by choosing
The Reinstatement Specialist.
�a registered company specialize in office/shop reinstatement projects.

SMS : 944-944-27
Email : [email protected]

Here's what some past clients sent to us:
Tagore Office space - "Thank you for the effort out in by your team, at first we thought we wont be able to handoveron time due to such
last minute arrangement!Amazing� your team completed on time and was surprised when you text me on just the thirdday that premise had been
accepted by my landlord !Great job ! thank you so much."

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