W.p. Trussworld
With extensive knowledge and experience in the supply of timber roofs, Rodney Wilson and John Pollock established this company in 1992 to offer a more comprehensive service to all sectors of the
Andys Hardware Store
From building supplies to removals, Andy's Stores can do it all. We operate throughout Newtownabbey and the wider County Antrim locale, so you don't have to worry about whether we can get to you,
Larsen Building Products
Larsen Building Products, as part of the Larsen group of companies, has been manufacturing quality building products since establishment in 1975. Larsen has now grown to become a market leading
Samuel Kirk (Builders Merchant)
We are a family owned Builders Merchant situated in the centre of Glengormley and established for over 60 years. We cater for all aspects of DIY and building supplies for trade and domestic customers.
Murdock Builders Merchants Duncrue
We are an independent family owned Builders Merchant Group and supply both the trade and the general public within the construction sector. With ten branches located between Dublin and the North-West
I J K Timber Group
IJK Timber Group Ltd comprises of three companies, Irvin & Sellers, Keizer Venesta and Northern Hardwood Ltd. We operate from two sites in Northern Ireland and offer a comprehensive range of panel
Scarlett W J & Son
W.J Scarlett & Son is a well established family business, which first opened its doors back in 1934. For over 70 years now, we have been supplying building materials to the trade and also to the ever
Crawford R T D
RTD Crawford Ltd is the largest machinist of imported timber in Ireland with one of the most up-to-date milling facilities in Europe. The company has 2 sites: the head office is located in Lisbellaw,
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