- "I took the plunge to begin my own business with the great support from my family and pursued my passion for bespoke joinery.”
- "We cater for everything that you can think of when it comes to joinery."
Kilnew Designs is a Meath based construction and joinery company that provides high quality work in joinery and construction to meet the exacting requirements and standards of their clients. Kilnew Designs design, build and create nationwide.
“Both my Father and Grandfather were builders so I grew up around the construction industry. I have worked in construction all of my life, I set up Kilnew Designs to pursue my passion for high quality joinery,” explained Mr Woods.
“After working for my Father for many years followed by a number of years in a joinery shop where I further honed my knowledge in joinery, I took the plunge to begin my own business with the great support from my family and pursued my passion for bespoke joinery.
When it comes to the services they will offer the homeowner?
“We will either meet with the Architect (for a new build/ renovation) or the homeowner and we will go through the designs followed by the measuring process.
We will work hand in hand with the homeowner or Architect all the way along providing 2D or 3D drawings so the client can visualise exactly what they are getting. We cater for everything that you can think of when it comes to joinery.
“A lot of our customers will want something that is completely different and we can work to those specifications using the high-performance machinery we have in our factory to create the finest details required and by providing a high-quality finish to our products in our factory spray booth where we have an unlimited choice of colours.
In terms of the future of Kilnew Designs?
Thanks to the extremely high standard of products provided by the innovative and dynamic team at Kilnew Designs, I am confident in growing the business in the coming years providing homeowners across the country with beautiful products designed and created exactly how they wanted, enthused Sean Woods.