Skheme

Skheme

Drawing on over 40 years of experience, Skheme is able to procure stoneware from around the world and are able to offer fit-for-purpose-products for all project types, including: commercial, multi-residential, health, hospitality, industrial, design and project homes.

With an astute eye for design and new technologies, Skheme continually sources the globe for exclusive products to help you, the client, achieve their goals within budget, whilst providing quality products complying with industry standards.


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Drawing on over 40 years of experience, Skheme is able to procure stoneware from around the world and are able to offer fit-for-purpose-products for all project types, including: commercial, multi-residential, health, hospitality, industrial, design and project homes.

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