Kelly Carpentry, Castlequarter, Kilbehenny, Mitchelstown , Co Cork Tel. 086-310 0632

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Michael & Thomas Kelly t/a Kelly Carpentry

 

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About Kelly Carpentry & Building

 

Kelly Carpentry and Building is a family business run by Michael and Thomas Kelly. We are based in Mitchelstown Co. Cork and cover a large area in the south of Ireland. However large or small your project may be we are here to help you and advise you in the right direction to suit your needs and your budget.



We provide a high quality professional service regardless of project size .

We have earned a reputation for delivering quality carpentry and building work on time and on budget .
Our hands on approach means we are on site from start to finish . This gives us greater control over quality, safety and end result.

Michael and Thomas Kelly are both qualified carpenters and joiners and between them have over 40 years experience in the construction industry. Thomas qualified for the National Skills Competition in Carpentry and Joinery and competed in the all Ireland stages of the competition.

The construction industry is constantly changing with new products and new techniques we strive to be up to date with these developments and keep our staff informed and trained.

Our aim is to provide you the customer with a high quality service at good value. We are known for our professional approach to our work and our attention to detail. We understand that changes naturally occur during the duration of any project and we try to be as flexible as possible with working with these changes and trying to remain on schedule. We offer a complete carpentry and building service including New builds, Building Maintenance, Building Refurbishment, Carpentry and Joinery and General Building .

We ensure all our staff and sub – contractors are fully trained in their work with certs where necessary (electric and gas) and in health and safety.