Our new website

Our new website

When we launched Onlinetradesmen.ie back in 2006 it was with a view to make it easy as possible for home owners to connect with the qualified Tradesmen of Ireland and improve standards within the construction sector.

Now, even some 700,000 projects later, we're still trying to achieve our original goal! Constant shifts in technology and changes within our sector have meant that we have always had to keep a foot on the pedal in order to stay at the forefront of what we do.   

Today I'm delighted to announce the launch of our new home owner website as our latest service improvement.  The new website provides an improved platform for property owners like you to get quotes from and engage with the Qualified Tradesmen of Ireland. We really hope that you like it.

As a snapshot (and a mere snapshot will likely do a dis-service to the team) we've added the following improvements for you the property owner:

  • An improved job submission form to submit your jobs to qualified tradesmen

  • A seamless user experience regardless of whether you are on a Phone, Desktop or Tablet. 

  • A new home design section with project photo from real tradesmen. It gives you the ability to see actual project results and connect with the tradesmen who have actually completed them.  

  • New blogs on Home improvement and home design ideas 

  • The debut of 'The Secret Tradesman' - a tongue in cheek peek into the life of an Irish tradesman and his adventures.

  • Improved home help sections for Articles, price guidelines and more

None of this would have been possible without the hard work of the team in getting it done. A big thank you to all.

We really hope that the new platform makes a difference to your jobs and projects over the coming months. If there are things that you like please share them. Ditto if there are things that you don't like. We know we still have work to do and with your help we can make the service even better,


Ted Laverty.



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