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Home & Property

Renovations made simple

Wednesday, 4th November, 2020 2:59pm

If you are planning on extending or renovating your home, the first step is to research all your options.

There are a million decisions both big and small from choosing a builder, to picking taps for your new bathroom. A great option that is available to any householder is the ability to set up a self-build account. This service allows all the materials costs to be fully transparent to the homeowner and the builder/tradesman.

McMahons Builders Providers has been offering this service for many years, providing dedicated accounts staff to help manage the costs of your project and the staff expertise to guide you on what products you need to complete your project to the highest quality. Spending directly with your builder provider also provides security that your building materials are from a reputable source. You can select your approved builder or project manager to purchase through the account.

McMahons provides everything required to complete any size building projects, from the foundation to the roof slates and everything in between. It has an extensive product range including building materials, plumbing and heating, painting and decorating, internal doors and flooring, hardware and DIY.

It has also recently expanded its plumbing and heating range, offering numerous renewable energy solutions. McMahons Builders Providers has three branches in Cork; Water Street in the city, Dunmanway and Fermoy. There showrooms are open six days a week and the staff are on hand to give you expert advice no matter what the job is.

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