Frequently Asked Questions

What type of doors do you manufacture?

We design, manufacture and supply an extensive range of fire doors and doorsets. All our fire rated doors are tested and certified to B.S. 476 Part 22. Additionally we manufacture a range of high performance door sets for specialist applications. These include lead lined doors for use as radiation barriers in x-ray departments, acoustic doors for sound studios, hospitals, libraries and other areas that necessitate control of noise levels. We also manufacture a range of high security doors with steel sheeting incorporated in the core for use in banks and other high security facilities. In addition we supply an extensive range of solid panel doors from our joinery department.

What are your hours of business?

Our offices are open from 9:00am to 1:00pm and from 1:30pm to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Do you have a brochure?

A brochure containing a full description of our products and services can be obtained on request by contacting our office.

Do you pre-hang door sets?

In order to minimise the amount of finishing work on site much can be completed prior to delivery. To assist in this we offer pre-hung door sets where we machine for door hinges, mortise for locks, fit glazing etc.

Do you fit ironmongery?

For queries concerning pre-hanging and ironmongery please contact our Q.S.department.

Do you provide veneered skirting & architrave?

We offer an extensive range of standard profiles for skirting and architrave. These can be manufactured from solid timber or can be supplied as veneer wrapped with an mdf core. For more specialist applications or for matching existing profiles we offer an additional service tailored to meet the customers special needs.

Can you provide a finished product?

Depending on the customers requirement we can supply our products primed, sealed and with a fully lacquered finish.

Do you supply and fit?

Currently we do not offer the facility to supply and fit.

Do you measure on-site?

As we are a supply only company we do not have the facility for an on-site measuring service.

Can you provide test evidence for your fire rated doors?

All doors are manufactured to architectural specifications within the limitations as laid down under B.S. 476 Part 22. All doors are supplied with fire certificates and identification tags.

What is the procedure for placing an order?

Upon receipt of an enquiry the joinery element is priced. When a price is agreed between the client & EJW Ltd., payment terms are agreed between both parties as follows: 50% deposit on confirmation of order, the balance payable 7 days prior to despatch or collection of goods. This is company policy for all new business.

What is the procedure for proceeding with an order once a contract has been awarded?

Once the above terms have been agreed we will then request site dimensions to be sent by fax, post or e-mail. From this we can advise an anticipated completion date. All production matters are checked and any queries can be addressed prior to commencing manufacture.

What information is required for you to manufacture a custom order?

The species of timber to be used, type of veneer to be used if applicable, the frame section size (width/ depth), quantities required, type of glass, any special requirements with regard to fire rating.

Do you manufacture stairs?

We do not manufacture staircases, however we can refer customers to a number of reputable craftsmen who specialise in staircases.

What type of timbers do you use?

We currently machine from an extensive range of both hardwoods and softwoods, these include red deal, pine, oak (various species), maple, ash, cherry, teak, beech and walnut. Should a customer require an alternative we would be pleased to source from our extensive number of suppliers around the globe.

Do you deliver nationwide?

We offer a regular service to most of the major cities and towns throughout Ireland. However customers are advised to contact us directly to discuss specific delivery details, requirements and production schedules.

Can you explain what bespoke means?

Essentially to classify something as bespoke signifies that it is to the customers specifications. Thus in our application we manufacture to the specifications as supplied to us from architects or developers.