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Renovation and Reinstatement

Posted By: officestac

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2021

Price: $200.00

Mobile: +65 90232985

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OfficeStac is a reliable Reinstatement company in the Singapore region offering Reinstatement services to all types of commercial office spaces.


Office Reinstatement:


Removal of drywall partition
Realignment & replace the ceiling board 
Removal of epoxy paints 
Removal of wiring, cables, power points 
Dismantle of walls, doors, and windows 
Reinstatement of painting work.


For more, please check at https://officerenovation.sg/office-reinstatement-singapore/




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