Time pressure usually features heavily in commercial work: we’re used to responding to these demands.
If you’re planning a new fit-out, we’ll ensure you meet your opening date deadline to work towards.
And if your shop, office, bar, cafe or restaurant is an established business, we’ll make sure the impact on your trading is reduced to a minimum.
We’ll get the job done, as Katya Davies — founder of Myla and Davis — describes…
“Graeme and James headed up the internal and external decoration for our new hairdressing salon in East Dulwich. I had worked with them previously and it really gave me peace of mind from the outset to know they were involved in our new project.
Working with them is a pleasure from beginning to end. They made every effort to fit our work in (despite its last minute nature), provided an extensively detailed quotation (as always) and began on time (despite their many other projects).
Both Graeme and James got on extremely well with other tradesmen working alongside them, making the site not only a pleasant place to be but somewhere you were confident there was collaboration.
On this project, the builder preceding Graeme and James let me down badly and I was hugely relieved with the significant effort that they made to rectify the bad workmanship — going way beyond the call of duty. They both seem to have a real understanding of the unique constraints and pressures of a commercial project, and as a result of their effort we opened on time. This really sums up how I feel about working with Trim Decorating — they are painstaking in their efforts to assist their clients. I wouldn’t work with anyone else.“