New House Builds
New Build Houses Dublin
Whether you are an Architect looking for the right contractor to realise your latest project or a private client looking to build your dream home, First Class Building have expertise in house and through our team of partner consultants to complete any new build house project on time, on budget and to the highest quality finish.
We specialise in new build houses in Dublin and welcome the opportunity to tender for any upcoming project you might have.
Our quantity surveyors will ensure that we can achieve the most accurate costing from the outset. We can also confirm that all of our work is fully guaranteed and certified to the latest Building Regulations and industry standards.
Call us for a no obligation quote or to find out more on 086 105 1244
House Renovation Terenure
Full House Renovation in Terenure, Dublin 6
Full House Renovation Clontarf
Full House Renovation with rear and side extensions
Attic Conversion, Blanchardstown
Former Bungalow converted to dormer style house
Why Choose First Class Building?
Our Experience, Quality & Value
Viewings Of Past Customers’ Work Can Be Arranged
Full Project Management Included
Health and Safety Report Provided
All Our Materials Are Certified & Of The Highest Quality
Member of The National Guild Of Master Craftsmen
Over 15 Years in Business
Get A Professional Inspection & Free Quote
We provide a complimentary professional consultation & quotation. If you are looking to convert your attic, add an extension or refurbish your home then call us on 086 105 1244.
We Can Arrange For You To See Some Of Our Completed Work
For those who would like to see first hand what we have done for other homeowners we can arrange a visit to a past project.
Architects Certificate of Compliance
First Class Building work to the highest standards and is a registered building contractor that complies with Irish building regulations and has employee and public liability insurance.
A Certificate of Compliance is Issued by a qualified architect when structural alterations have been made to comply with Irish building regulations.