Lead Times and Delivery Schedule

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Lead Times.

All of our in-house manufactured products have a 10 working day lead time from the time of the confirmed order to be ready to ship. From then, they can be collected or can be delivered.

Bought in goods such as solid doors, and any items you want us to paint will take at least 1 extra week. These dates will be advised when you call to discuss the order.

Stock Items can be ordered 2 days in advance. These include:

  • Handles
  • Hinges
  • 8*2 or 8*4 18mm chipboard
  • 8mm chipboard


Delivery Schedule.

We deliver all over Ireland. We cover different areas on specific days. Very generally this can be broken down as follows.

  • North West – Monday
  • South East – Tuesday
  • West + Kildare – Wednesday
  • West + Dublin – Thursday
  • North East + South – Friday.

NOTE: This should be taken as a guideline only, we reserve the right to re-organise deliveries depending on load sizes, load weights, bank holidays etc.  South East (Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Clare) are delivered by arrangement with DJ, our representative in that area.

For Example, If we deliver to your area on Monday, for the quickest turnaround you need to be ideally placing your orders for manufactured items on a Friday – a full week previously and You can be as late as Wednesday evening for stock items but no later.

If in any doubt, please call us to check.

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