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We operate from a state of the art 120,000 sq ft manufacturing facility at our Portadown HQ in Northern Ireland  and a further 40,000 sq ft at our Antrim workshop staffed with multi-skilled craftsmen, and have an additional warehouse facility at our subsidiary in the USA. ​We are continuously investing in new equipment. The factory has advanced machinery including a 5-axis CNC robotic processing centre & associated software. We continue to expand our manufacturing capabilities with solid surfacing equipment allowing for the full manufacturing creation and finishing of large and complex elements. This equipment allows us to machine large-scale ornate 3D shapes from a variety of materials, both quickly and with accuracy directly from CAD drawings.


The Deluxe team has the following in-house skills

:-    Joinery Manufacture​

-    Metalwork Fabrication​

-    M&E Pre-Installation​

-    Specialist Composite Materials​

-    Decorative Glass & Acrylic​

-    Upholstery

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Our Antrim Facility

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Building a Better Future

The Deluxe Group aims to be naturally and instinctively sustainable - Sustainable by nature - Naturally Curious


Through the use of digital technology in design, fabrication and installation, we strive to eliminate waste, reduce our carbon footprint and create a culture where sustainability

is intrinsic to everything we do.


Our state-of-the-art production facilities operate on a paperless system and are equipped with solar panels and motion-detected LED lighting. 


Any timber used in our projects is from sustainable

sources and as an FSC certified manufacturer, our

clients can be assured of the responsible management

of forests and traceability of goods to ensure the protection of healthy, resilient forests and a fair wage

and work environment for foresters.   


We have eliminated all plastic in our packaging and use

FSC cardboard to create bespoke packaging for our goods. 


We actively participate the research and development

of lightweight, innovative products, analysing the full lifecycle to create sustainable interiors which add to

the circular economy. 

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