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Quinn Cement

The Quinn Cement range offers a variety of high quality cement products to suit every application With three bagged cement products to choose from, tradesmen and builders can select the most appropriate product for their needs, with the confidence that every product adheres to and exceeds all relevant industry quality standards...

Farm Land for sale in Ireland

Listings 1-20 (out of 1294) for Commercial property to rent in Ireland including offices, retail units, businesses, land, industrial units, restaurants & pubs Find Office Space for your Business, available for Sale or Rent throughout Ireland with MyHomeie, Ireland's Leading Property Portal...

Arklow: cracks in a proud tradition

Arklow: cracks in a proud tradition , With a very new and contemporary design and a hugely reduced price tag per unit from an average of between £40 and £50 per glass to just £25 per glass ....

Wind power in the Republic of Ireland

As of 2017, the Republic of Ireland has 2,878 megawatt (3,916 MW all-island) of installed wind power nameplate capacity In 2015 wind turbines generated 23% of Ireland's average electricity demand, one of the highest wind power penetration in the world Ireland's 226 wind farms (276 all-island), are almost exclusively onshore, with only the 25 MW Arklow Bank Wind Park situated offshore as of 2017...

Innovative Concrete Products

Kilsaran International are Ireland's leading supplier of a range of construction products including concrete, paving supplies and asphalt and road surfacing materials...

Wright Quarry Products

Wright Quarry Products are an Irish Construction Company based in Co Monaghan with over 65 years of experience supplying Concrete Materials to the Agricultural and Construction Sector Wrights have established a strong reputation for quality concrete products and efficient, reliable service...

Concrete Blocks & Bricks

Northstone Materials manufacture and supply concrete blocks and bricks at five strategically placed locations around Northern Ireland In addition to servicing the Northern Ireland construction market, Northstone concrete blocks can be palletised and exported to various regions of GB from the ports of Coleraine and Belfast...

How much should I expect to spend on FOOD?

Answer 1 of 10: We will be in Ireland for 9 days We are staying in B&B that include full breakfast every day except two If we have one of those FULL breakfasts, if we go to a local store and buy some healthy snacks we should be good until dinner time We....

Decorative Aggregates

Decorative stone is perfect for creating informal garden spaces and helps define the landscape of any garden for a professional looking finish The opportunities are truly endless, making stone is a the most hard -wearing and reliable element to any garden With decorative stone you can create and build any number of unique featur...

Quantity Calculator

Planning a project can be difficult to plan and budget for Whether you are looking for paving, concrete, blocks, masonry, render or screen products, use our quantity calculator to find out how much product you need to order to complete your project...

The Troubles

The Troubles (Irish: Na Trioblóidí) were an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland during the late 20th century Also known internationally as the Northern Ireland conflict, it is sometimes described as an "irregular war" or "low-level war" The conflict began in the late 1960s and is usually deemed to have ended with the Good Friday Agreement of 1998...

Motorways in the Republic of Ireland

In Ireland, the highest category of road is a motorway (mótarbhealach, plural: mótarbhealaí), indicated by the prefix M followed by a one- or two-digit number (the number of the national route of which each motorway forms a part)The motorway network predominantly consists of two-lane dual carriageways and is primarily focused upon Dublin, although there are a few three-lane motorways and ....

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