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Clonmines Joinery Ltd
Staircase Specialists

Wellington Bridge,
Co. Wexford.

Tel: 051-561805
Fax: 051 560792


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Client Testimonials

It has been a pleasure doing business with you Willie,

many thanks for all your invaluable advice

~ Frank from Kilkenny


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The following are some questions frequently asked by Clonmines Joinery's customers:


What types of staircases do you manufacture?

All types. Our aim is to suit all our customer requirements. We specialise in curved string stairs and spiral stairs. We also welcome customers ideas, and their input is very important in creating a customised stairs of quality and beauty.



What types of materials are used in the staircases?

Mainly timber, although sometimes we combine timber with brick, stone, cast iron and stainless steel depending on the type of stairs required.



What type of timber is used?

Basically all types, including oak, ash, cherry, beech, mahogany, maple, alder, teak, Honduras pitch pine and southern yellow pine.



Where is the timber sourced?

Timber is sourced in America, Europe and Ireland, all from replenishable and well-managed forests.



Do you supply and fit?

Yes, as the stairs is designed and manufactured by Willie and his team, our policy is to provide a complete service - design,manufacture and fitting. Each step is as important as the others in order to achieve total quality from start to finish.



When in the house building process should I order my stairs?

The house should be surveyed before plastering to ensure that there is sufficient space  for the stairs.



How long does it take to build a stairs?

Usually 3-4 weeks depending on the type of stairs



How much does a stairs cost?

The price varies as all stairs are priced individually depending on the timber, type and size of stairs.



How do I place an order for a stairs?

You can place an order by contacting Willie to discuss a quotation. Please see our Contact Us page for details.


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