Reilly Masonry was established by Kelvin Reilly 18 years ago and is a passionate, reliable and well respected domestic and commercial building company based in Mold, North Wales.
In the last 18 years, we’ve grown a team capable of undertaking a wide range of construction work in the domestic and commercial sector. This includes new builds, house extensions, loft, garage, shop and pub conversions, property renovation, restoration work and landscaping.
The varied skills of the team allow the handling of all elements of the building process including plastering, joinery, electrics, brickwork, stonework, rendering, groundworks and foundations.
Since Kelvin Reilly was a young boy, he has had a passion for building and he prides himself to go above and beyond to make his customers feel happy and comfortable with their building projects. He will provide careful project management and keep you informed about the progress of your contract, from start to finish. Kelvin is not shy of working late hours, weekends and bank holidays if necessary. He is able to advise you about the latest building materials and techniques. With his experience, he can save you money on sourcing materials and labour without compromising the quality of the finishing project.
Kelvin Reilly can provide extensive knowledge and experience in alternative, sustainable and energy-saving building methods and eco builds. In fact, he is the first Passivhaus certified builder in North Wales.
Besides our numerous private customers, we have done work for several businesses, in and around Flintshire. These include Cargo Consult Ltd, Ruth Thomas Contemporary Printmaker, Spavens, The Wine Bar, Mold Bookshop and Vitesse Motor Services.
On top of that, we are regular subcontractors of A. Parry Construction, Whitleys, Lister & Carter and Leverhulme Estates.
As long as the job excites us we are happy to work far behind our North Wales home base. We have previously completed projects in London, Belgium and Germany.
COMPANY DIRECTOR, Kelvin Reilly was born into the building trade, learning skills from his father at a young age. He’s since acquired an array of qualifications in brickwork and stone masonry as well as energy saving and sustainable building practices.