Joinery is basically the setting out, production and assembly of stairs, doors, windows, floors and built-in furniture. Looking to your area may not be a bad idea as carpenters and joiners are keenly aware that word of mouth and a good review is vitally important. KITCHENS
There are avast amount of companies specializing in fitted kitchens – employing 3-D technology, these companies can crete a ‘virtual’ model of your kitchen. Fitted kitchens are becoming increasingly affordable – a visit to a showroom is an excellent way to experience the feel of a kitchen. BUILDER
Everybody has heard horror stories of cowboy builders and shoddy workmanship, but by and large Irish builders have a good reputation and in the current climate it should be reasonably easy to engage a good professional. But do ensure to check their credentials and insist on references from previous customers. PAVING AND LANDSCAPING
When building a house, many people are inclined to overlook the fact that the outside will need finishing off as well. Landscaping your site as well as laying paths, paving and driveways, are every bit as important as getting the décor right inside, so make sure to budget for them and find the right experts to do the job properly. PAINTING AND DECORATING
It is always worth hiring reputable decorators and painters, hiring a painter and decorator may cost more than doing it yourself but it is a real saving in terms of your time, and you can enjoy peace of mind knowing the finish is going to be great.
The cost of redecorating your home depends on what is required. ELECTRICIAN
It is important to employ a trusted electrician as poor or shoddy work may compromise the safety of your families. Short-cuts when it comes to wiring will invariably emerge at some point resulting in extra cost to fix the damage. Check with ECSSA the Register Electrical Contractors of Ireland.