Welcome to HeartWood

Welcome to heartwood.ie, heartwood have been completeing projects in woodwork conservation/restoration and craft wood turning for many years now. Many of our clients possessed an antique piece of furniture which beauty was buried under layers of varnish and paint, covered with dust and stains or split and broken. Modern furniture pleasing on the eye also bears the brunt of everyday ware and tare. It is advisable not to let furniture deteriorate and restoration is the best option. When furniture arrives at our workshop, we will identify and assess what is required as no two projects are ever the same. We can carry out minor tasks such as repairing or replacing brassware handles locks and keys. We have also restored water and fire damaged furniture for many clients that had the mishap of a flood or a fire at their residence. Heartwood have worked on some fine period furniture for antique dealers auctioneers and collecters, which have lead to exciting conservation projects where traditional methods were used to replace mouldings and renew veneer and inlay. We have french polished fine furniture, mahogany stairs and mahogany doors or paneling with a beautifull rich georgian colour. We have supplied our many clients with a specially commissioned craft wood turned bowl incorporating brass rosettes, brass inlay, ebony and other exotic woods. There is a delicacy and technique in our approach to all our clients which we feel will give customer satisfaction.

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Latest News

  • Thank you for taking the the time to visit our website. Feel free to visit our contact page or contact the workshop direct…

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    Posted Date : April 1, 2017
  • The Irish times had a report, that the beautiful period property UpperCourt Manor….

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    Posted Date : April 10, 2017
  • Warning ! Do not forget to have a look over your furniture for woodworm problems as this makes conservation difficult.
    Most people can identify the unsightly holes….

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    Posted Date : April 26, 2017