We provide competitive quotes for office partitioning and refurbishment for all kinds of businesses in Essex including; offices, retail units, industrial units, schools and colleges.
We can plan your office space so that you get the maximum and most convenient usage from it. We can supply and install the office partitioning needed, including glass partitioning, fire partitioning and demountable partitioning.
We regularly carry out office refurbishment in Essex and the surrounding areas to freshen up tired drab old offices as well as undertake complete new office fit-outs. We can supply and install your office furniture, fit window blinds and flooring as well as installing commercial washrooms. We can fit hollow core or solid core, fire rated doors depending on your requirements and we can advise you on this accordingly. We are specialists in sustainable office design that maximises the usability of your available space and makes the best use of daylight.
Contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation. We will make a site visit to your business premises, anywhere in Essex and having assessed your requirements, provide you with a comprehensive written quotation. All the work we do is personally overseen by one of our directors who themselves have a solid background in the business and each of them is proud of the reputation we have for delivering high quality work, at competitive prices which is completed on time and to budget.
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Essex is truly a county of contrasts. It is steeped in history and infused with unique historical and architectural treasures. The county's historic sites, the arts, literature and museums offer a fascinating insight to the richness of our culture. Artists such as John Constable, Sir Alfred Munnings and Edward Bawden have always known about the county's uniqueness and beauty.
Facing the Low Countries across the narrow divide of the North Sea, Essex has been influenced by many European cultures. Colchester's Roman remains are some of the earliest and most impressive examples. The town wall surrounding much of the centre for 1.5 miles is the oldest of its kind in Britain while the foundations of the enormous Temple of Claudius can still be seen beneath the castle. Elsewhere Roman settlements have been found beneath such towns as Chelmsford, Braintree, Great Dunmow and recently excavated Romano-British town at Heybridge, Maldon.
With the departure of the Roman army Saxon raiding parties from the Germanic heartlands of Europe became more frequent and eventually settled in the fertile Essex countryside. Little remains of their influence, although a famous battle fought at Maldon between Saxons and Vikings was commemorated in a rare piece of Saxon epic poetry.
Throughout Essex the consequences of the Norman invasion are still visible. Castles were built, churches reconstructed, towns developed and hunting forests protected. Finest of the Normal castles is that at Hedingham, home of the de Vere family Earls of Oxford, whilst Colchester's vast keep is the largest in Europe. Waltham Abbey over on the county's far western boundary has the most beautiful example of Norman church architecture in the county. Ironically it is also the burial place of King Harold whose claim to the English throne ended at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Later invasions were generally more peaceful. Harwich created as a trading port by the Earls of Norfolk in the 13th Century was one of the key links with the continent, export of cloth from local weavers was one source of the towns mediaeval prosperity.
Essex is a largely rural county with small market towns, traditional villages and tiny hamlets and is a walking paradise. Country parks and open spaces can be found all over Essex and they offer a great variety of activities; there are woodland trails, old historic parkland, modern working farms along with vineyards, nature reserves, festivals and numerous others.
As well as being a very rural country Essex has one of the longest coastlines of any county in England. Essex boasts a real maritime flavour, the resorts of Southend on Sea, Clacton on Sea, Walton on the Naze and Frinton on Sea offer all the traditional fun of the seaside and more. Visitors can get a sense of true maritime Essex by taking a trip on one of the many Thames Sailing Barges moored at Maldon; alternatively, visit the coastal towns of Burnham on Crouch often called the Cowes of the East and Brighlingsea that come alive with yachts during the boating season.
GDL Interiors are based in Essex UK, and work with customers in Brentwood, Cambridge, Colchester, Ipswich, Kent, London, Romford, South end on Sea and Witham.