Welcome to Kidderminster’s premier suspended ceiling installer. We specialise in commercial settings, providing high-quality, professional installation services. Our experienced team of installers are dedicated to providing the best possible service, ensuring your suspended ceiling is installed to the highest standards. We take pride in our work and strive to exceed your expectations. Contact us today to discuss your suspended ceiling needs.
Your suspended ceiling contractor covering Kidderminster.
We work in and around the Worcestershire area which includes Kidderminster.
Get in touch for a competitive and quick ceiling quote.
If you know what you want, excellent; and if you don’t, that’s okay too.
Give us an idea of what you’re looking to achieve and we’ll do our best to fill in the gaps.
If you’re looking for a standard budget ceiling in Kidderminster, or something to help with acoustics, or hygiene, or fire. Let us know, and we’ll propose something suitable to you.
We’re an experienced Kidderminster suspended ceiling contractor, and have been in the business for decades – we know our Rockfon from our Ecophon, our Zentia from our AMF or SAS.
We keep up to speed with modern working practices, and hold a wide array of health and safety accreditations (such as ConstructionLine at Gold level), and we’re member of The FIS (the tradebody for our industry).
We’re also versed at installing a wide range of acoustic ceilings, and related products such as Ecophon Solo or Rockfon Islands.
We’re happy to work as a sub-contractor, as well as directly for businesses.
So if you’re looking for a ceiling in a school, office, a factory or a shop in Kidderminster, get in touch!
Some of the related areas that we also cover in Worcestershire include; Bewdley. Bromsgrove. Droitwich Spa. Evesham. Great Malvern. Kidderminster. Pershore. Redditch. Stourport-on-Severn. Tenbury Wells. Worcester. Worcestershire.
Below is a little bit of information about Kidderminster:
Kidderminster is a town in Worcestershire, England. It is situated on the River Stour and is known for its historic market town and its many canals. The town has a rich history, with evidence of human settlement dating back to the Iron Age. It was an important centre for the wool trade in the Middle Ages and was the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Today, Kidderminster is a vibrant and bustling town, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, and attractions. It is home to a number of museums, galleries, and theatres, as well as a number of parks and open spaces. The town is also known for its annual carnival, which takes place in the summer months. Kidderminster is a great place to visit, with plenty to see and do for all ages.
And a few facts that we’ve been told about the area:
1. Kidderminster Town Hall is a Grade II listed building located in the centre of the town. It is a beautiful building with a rich history, having been built in the late 19th century. It is a popular venue for weddings, conferences and other events.
2. Kidderminster Museum and Art Gallery is a great place to explore the history of the town. It houses a variety of artefacts, from ancient Roman coins to modern artworks. Visitors can also learn about the town’s industrial heritage and its role in the Industrial Revolution.
3. Severn Valley Railway is a heritage railway line running through the Severn Valley. It is a popular tourist attraction, offering visitors the chance to experience a journey back in time. The railway is home to a variety of locomotives, from steam engines to diesel engines.
4. Wyre Forest District Council is the local authority responsible for the area. It provides a range of services to the local community, from waste collection to planning applications. It also works to promote the area and its attractions, such as the Severn Valley Railway.
5. Kidderminster Harriers Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in the town. It plays in the National League North and is one of the oldest football clubs in the country. The club has a long and proud history, having been founded in 1886.