FEW companies in the country are experiencing a ‘growth’ year, least of all those in the building and homewares business. Fortune and customers have been kind to Woodplus floor and door company, which set up shop at Clondrinagh Industrial Estate, Coonagh roundabout. With another shop open in Galway, director Liam Young reports that a third shop is to open in Dublin soon.
While success is a formula yet to be patented, consider the effort Woodplus has placed in its services: quality, variety, the latest product on the market and for free, a measure-up, quotation and delivery service. Book the Woodplus team of fitters too if you wish, that’s your choice.
“Woodplus has a full range of doors available in contemporary and traditional styles,” Liam says. “We are selling a solid engineered six panel oak door, high grade, for 99euro, down from c.140euro. We have also discounted other styles such as glass, beech, cherry inlaid and so on.”
As well as free quotation for floors, and delivery of wood, the company offers a free moisture test.
“This is especially important in new homes where the concrete and plaster have yet to dry out fully. It’s important that the correct floor is installed according to the humidity factor, most of all on a concrete floor as concrete is full of moisture”.
He make the point that the wet Irish climate means our houses are not really a candidate for solid floors. Warping and rippling can be the end result.
“And for underfloor heating and geothermal heating, installed now in new houses, an engineered wood floor is the answer. This is because it is stabilised, solid board, fully compatible with different floor types and humidity levels. There is no need for it to acclimatise first and you can nail it, float it, glue it and on a concrete surface, there will be no rippling over time”.
Given a solid engineered floor’s good looks in what ever the wood chosen, it’s an investment that will last and look good for years. Choose from wenge, walnut, parquet, herringbone – all the modish choices.
Refer to online gallery at www.woodplus.ie or call out to Coonagh on a Monday to Saturday basis. Tel. 061-322470.