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Established 1968
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More, More, More (than just office furniture)!

When looking at an office refit, the replacement of old or uncomfortable office chairs or the kitting out of a new office space it is important to get everything right.  There is no point in replacing your office desks for example but keeping odd accessories and ancillaries that don’t fit the needs of your new office space.  That’s why office furniture and space planning specialists JS Online provide full-bespoke office solutions, from a full office refit and tailored planning options right down to waste paper baskets.

Providing more than just office furniture, JS Online has grown to become one of the leading commercial interior suppliers.  With their in-house deign capabilities JS Online are able to tailor their services to meet the requirements of any customer.

In addition to their wide range of quality furniture, which includes office desks, tables, screens and storage options as well as a wide range ergonomic seating and office chairs,  JS Online provide and exhaustive selection of accessories and office ancillary products.  Supplying innovative cable management and power supply solutions, , as well as a huge range of ergonomically designed ancillaries, such as flat screen monitor arms, CPU Supports and desktop storage ideas, specially considered to help you make the most of your space, JS Online has it all.  They also supply ancillary ranges from top designers and manufacturers CBS and Lesco, who’s products combine style and functionality to create a useable and very contemporary office interiors.

JS Online, who have been providing office furniture and office interiors for over 40 years, are now providing a leasing service offering a cost effective way of spreading the cost over any period of up to five years.  This means businesses can reap the rewards of a refit immediately, without the upfront capital expenditure regardless of whether it is an office, hotel, shop or warehouse.

Posted by Chris Johnson on 24 March 2009