Your Questions

Q: How is Bedrock Stonework different from other companies?

A: With our team of craftsmen and specialists we are able to offer a bespoke service that is delivered with a passion for excellence. We use traditional building practices to provide a quality that meets the exacting standards of the 21st century.

Q: Do you carry out work on period properties?

A: Yes. While we carry out work on contemporary buildings and structures, we also specialise in the restoration and refurbishment of period properties.

Q: Do you undertake building projects all over the Ireland?

A: Our office is located in Granagh, Co. Limerick and because we have a small dedicated team, we are unable to take on work that requires our craftsmen to travel beyond the south-west
ofIreland.

Q: What measures do you take to ensure that your work is as environmentally friendly as possible?

A: We are totally committed to protecting the environment in as many ways as we can so wherever possible we implement the following:

* all timber to come from sustainable forest
* recyclable goods to be used
* safe disposal of all harmful or hazardous products
* safe disposal of all waste materials
* all hazardous materials to be stored safely
* all aerosols and plastics to be CFC free if possible

At Bedrock Stoneworks we recognise and respect the balance between industry and a healthy, sustainable environment. Our role in this balance is to construct and restore buildings in a
way that preserves the quality of our environment for our generation and for the generations to come.

Q: How do I get a quote?

A: You can contact us here. We would initially discuss your requirements and then Stephen would personally view your property. The initial consultation would be free.

Q: As a lot of your work is carried out on period properties, could you explain what a listed building is?

A: A listed building is a building considered to be of importance to our heritage either architecturally or historically.

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