Founded in 1971 McNickle & Sons is an established family business based in Carrickfergus, we specialize in the design, production and fitting of kitchens and bedrooms. All kitchen units are made truly bespoke in our state of the art workshop with any components not made our workshop sourced solely from local companies.
Our products are all designed and manufactured by our own designers and planners at our production facility in Carrickfergus. Following the finished process of staining or painting and polishing, our workforce will install the furniture on site with a minimum of fuss, but a maximum of care and attention to detail.
There is no "production line" approach to any order. Each member of staff, rightly described as a craftsman, is allocated a specific job which he will work on from drawing board to fitting. Every item is hand finished to the very highest level of quality.
Many of our products are located in Parliament Buildings, Hotels, Universities and private dwellings, as well as many places of worship across Northern Ireland and the UK. Our quality and service have encouraged a steady increase in the number of customers who have returned to us time and time again.
We invite you to visit our design centre to view and discuss your requirements or we can visit you to discuss on site requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us at anytime to arrange a meeting. We can provide you with a complete project management service that encompasses all of your interior requirements with service and quality that has been important to us for nearly forty years.
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Beech chair frames in final sanding before getting stained and a final clear coat applied.
Radlett Chair Frames
First grey stain applied and awaiting snading before getting final clear coat.
Our upholstery suite is always busy making cushions for new chairs or pews and reupholstering anything else that enters the schedule. We have even completed new interiors for a few classic Aston Martin sports cars..
Glueing and Sanding
Our Head Joiner, John Strahan, is busy finishing a new Altar for a project in London.
Pews in the drying room after having final clear coat applied will head back out into production to have the upholstery fitted before being sent out to be fitted.
3 Piece gable ends have just rolled off the CNC machine and have been sanded ready for construction.
Our 15,000 square foot production area
One off our operatives working on a solid work surface product for a Kitchen
Production of the Christmas castle for W5
Construction of a pulpit which will be dismantled before going through the spray shop and will be reconstructed on site.
After CNC machining of chair parts they go to be assembled before final finishing.
our upholsterery suite can turn out anything up to 100 seats and backs a week.