Eglantine Timber Products
Eglantine Timber is a local, family owned business that has established a reputation for the quality of its goods, and level of service. Originally taking flight over 30 years ago, with our flagship
Brooks Downpatrick
Brooks Timber and Building Supplies Ltd is one of the leading Timber and builders merchant in the Republic of Ireland. Brooks has been an institution in the Irish construction industry since its
William Kirkwood & Sons
We are a well-established family run business based in Castlewellan, County Down. We have provided Timber and Timber Products to the wholesale and retail sectors for over a century. We can supply you
John Rodgers Builders' Supplies
At John Rodgers Builders Supplies, we stock all the items that you will require to complete the internal and external aspects of any building project. We can supply you with everything you will need,
Fisher Haldane
Haldane Fisher is one of the leading independent suppliers to the construction industry in the UK and Ireland, serving both trade customers and the general public. Haldane Fisher is part of the
Laydex
Laydex Limited was founded in 1995 and is a wholly owned independent Irish Company servicing the Construction industry in Ireland. Operating from our Warehousing, Sales, Administration and
JP Corry
The Ebrington Barracks in L'Derry recently underwent an extensive refurbishment and extension. JP Corry worked closely with H&J Martin to supply and fit the Deluxe range of cubicles, plywood
Rapierstar
For over twenty three years, Rapierstar has led the market in the design development and supply of technically advanced fixings and building maintenance solutions. Many of the specialist wood and
McGregor James & Sons
McGregor Hardwood is a long established business located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is located in the docks area of the city and its central location makes it easy for our express delivery
Lagan Building Solutions (LBS)
LBS was founded in 2001 by Peter Lagan, who identified a lack of quality natural slate materials in the Irish market at that time. The market was dominated by Spanish and other imported slate, and