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creative finishes after decoration

We do the final finishing for horizontal and vertical (interior and exterior) surfaces. They are an integral part of architecture and building; serving as a conclusion of the process of achieving functional and aesthetic purposes. Although these finishes may not help provide structural support for a building or structure, they serve clear functional purposes and make an unquantifiable contribution to the perception of the beauty of buildings and structures.

We do finish work on the walls, ceilings, floors, columns, windows and doors of a building. They can be applied to nearly any exposed surface inside or outside of a building. Some of the materials you could see on an architectural finish include: Wood, Stone, Brick, Glass, Resin, Metal.

The finishing work specifies the interior finish material for each room, space, and floor in the building. 

Finishing work


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arcitectural finishes

Flawless and perfect

Flooring and ceiling tiles

Finishing work on buildings, like:

• sunshades, Florentine blinds, awnings, outside screens

• fixed and moveable stairways, ramps, balustrades, handrails

• coverings or linings for walls or ceilings 

• floor coverings, parquet, sectional false floors

• vertical ducts, chimneys, air ducts, light shafts, lift shafts, utility lines channels, disposal chutes,

channels for drainage

• borders, finishing strips, built-in cup-boards, niches

• implements for finishing work on buildings, e.g. for mounting doors or windows, for mounting

plinths, for plastering, for finishing joints, for setting wall or ceiling slabs, for laying floor coverings


Interior finishes and space-division systems define the living spaces within residential buildings with a range of both natural and synthetic materials. The most widely used wall finish is gypsum board, a prefabricated form of traditional wet plaster. Wet gypsum plaster is cast between paper facings to form large panels that are nailed to light timber or metal frameworks. The joints between the panels are filled with a hard-setting resin compound, giving a smooth seamless surface that has considerable fire resistance. Gypsum board forms the substrate to which several other materials, including thin wood-veneered plywood and vinyl fabrics, can be applied with adhesives. In wet areas such as kitchens and bathrooms, water-resistant gypsum board is used, sometimes with the addition of adhesive-applied ceramic tile.

finishing and polishing decoration

The finest finishings for your design

Cooperating with us, you will not think about these issues, as a team of professional builders will work on your project.  They have proven themselves in this field and offer adequate price lists for finishing works. Our masters will perform any finishing work at the highest level and in the shortest possible time, taking into account all the wishes of the client.

Over the years, we have mastered most of the repair and finishing works. Therefore we carry out complex repair “on a turn-key basis” quite often. We have a team of like-minded people who are united by professionalism, responsible approach to work, experience, aspiration for self-improvement.


Professional and reliable equipment and tools help us to carry out work at a high level, using high-quality materials and modern technologies. Turning to us you will get high quality executed works at reasonable prices, also guarantee for all kinds of works, an individual approach, observance of order terms.

Conventional ceiling - It is usually 2.40 metres high to fit standard construction material. The finishing is usually drywall or plaster.

Suspended ceiling - It is also a type of conventional ceiling. The difference is that a suspended ceiling is flat ceiling built under an existing ceiling.

Cathedral ceiling - As the name implies, this is a sloping ceiling attached to the trusses of the roof up to the ridge.

Shed ceiling - This type is similar to a cathedral ceiling but only one side is sloped. However, the rise of the ceiling is not as steep as the cathedral type.

Vaulted ceiling - This type has an angle or arch that starts from the top of walls or columns to the ceiling for a dramatic, high and spacious feel.

Tray ceilings- This type aims to resemble an upside-down tray. The centre is flat with side sloping from the walls.

Cove ceiling - This type is actually a flat ceiling that has rounded corners joining the ceiling and the wall.

space furniture finishes

Interior design is the key of sucess.



With flawless and perfect interior 4D rendering, we can express and showcase our design ideas to offer a more realistic presentation

Interior Design


We complete every sector with the perfect matching furniture customized to go right in place







wood wall finishes


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