An update from JMI Bathrooms and Kitchens!

We are here to help.

We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our customers, colleagues and staff. We are taking every precaution regarding COVID-19 to stay safe and responsibly align ourselves with the government’s advice and guidance.

At this time, we are still continuing with our bathroom and kitchen installation service. We are also providing our home visits to design your bathrooms and kitchens whilst adopting measures to keep both parties safe. Please don’t be offended if we do not shake your hand or accept or offer tea / coffee, and if we keep two metres' distance while discussing your project. If you have any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19 please refrain from visiting our showrooms or allowing our designers or fitting team to enter your property.

If we enter a situation where we have to temporarily close the showrooms and warehouse and are unable to carryout installations in customers’ homes, rest assured, we will still be fully contactable via email and phone.

Our customers are very important to us and we will be only too happy to discuss new business, including our full design and installation service with you over the phone or by email.

We hope you and your families stay safe

John Gibbs, Managing Director of JMI Bathroom and Kitchen Centre
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Tel: 01454 319019 or 0117 9716475 or 07815794440
JMI Bathroom and Kitchen Centre Bathroom and fitted kitchen design & installation in Bristol


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