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Interior furniture layout plans for HMO in Bristol.
Flat pack furniture boxes before assembly at a local HMO.

We can add value to your property


Our professional team can quickly transform your property from an empty shell into a fully furnished, liveable home.

We work closely with a number of landlords in Bristol and Bath and have assembled their flat pack furniture ready for when their new tenants move in.

Whether you need help with a single room, a family home or a large H.M.O we can quickly assemble your new flat pack furniture with no mess, leaving you free to concentrate on the important stuff.


For your peace of mind we are fully insured, DBS checked and we treat every job like we are working in our own home.

Feel free to contact us for more information and a no obligation quote.

Take a look at some of our recent work below

Require extra privacy for your tenants?

Alongside our trusted furniture assembly service, we also offer a professional privacy film installation service for HMO's.


Many of our HMO clients use our privacy film service to add extra privacy for their tenants.


We supply and fit opaque window film to the lower half of the desired windows. This provides the occupants privacy without reducing any natural light entering through the windows, whilst looking stylish at the same time.


By applying this only to the lower half of the windows it allows the occupants a clear view out of the top half of the windows. Our privacy film is especially useful for rooms facing the street or where heavy footfall takes place outside of the property.


Privacy film can be especially useful for ground floor bedrooms and communal areas where privacy is required, without wishing to close the curtains or block the light.

​Our privacy film:

  • Offers privacy without closing the curtains

  • Does not block natural light

  • Works day and night

  • Looks stylish

  • Easy to keep clean


Landlords, Letting Agents & Property Investors

We understand how much work is needed to create the perfect home for your new tenants. From putting fresh paint on the walls to getting the lighting just right, not to mention the amount of paperwork to complete and red tape to navigate your way through, there's an awful lot to get done.

Are you a landlord looking to furnish a property ready for your prospective tenants? If so, you'll know that the last thing you want to be doing is spending valuable time building flat pack furniture late into the night just before your new tenants move in.

Your time is much better spent looking for your next property investment or signing up more prospective tenants.

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