Harmony Timber Solutions, Ireland
Harmony Timber Solutions, Ireland, are proud of their reputation within the timber frame industry as both practitioners and innovators; supporting developers, self-builders and specialist builders. Assisting with development and construction of timber frame houses, buildings and other construction projects, even down the final timber roof truss or metal web floor joist.
With a proven management team in Wicklow, Ireland, that have an exceptional knowledge of both timber engineering and energy efficiency in modern methods of construction, Harmony Timber Solutions, Ireland, continues to grow and deliver a high quality product and service.
Delivering throughout Ireland, including, Wicklow, Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Wexford and Carlow.
Expertise in Timber Frame, Roof Trusses and Open Web Joists
From our manufacturing facilities in Ireland and the UK, we are able to supply and deliver our timber frames, timber roof trusses and metal web joists throughout Ireland and the UK.
Managing Director Garret Dempsey says,
“Our combined experience spans a vast array of projects in Britain, Ireland and Germany, ranging from one off Timber Frame Passive Houses to schemes of dwellings for national builders (one of which resulted in the first UK fully airtight compliant housing development), to commercial use. Our flexibility and ability to adapt to different requirements, tight deadlines, difficult builds and changes to legislation makes us the perfect choice for all of your timber frame needs.
“We have an in-house team, based in Ireland and the UK, of highly experienced timber frame engineers, timber roof truss designers and energy efficiency experts. Our timber frame and roof truss designers were the first in the Ireland to make the move to design fully to EC 5 certification. We are committed to the environment and only use certified timber from sustainable forests. We have full PEFC accreditation. And carry full Professional Indemnity insurance for piece of mind. Our deliveries are made on FORS audited trucks so our deliveries can be made safer, greener and more efficient.”