Mulligan Sawmills is Kilcock’s only drive-thru fuel merchant and timber depot and we deliver! We specialise in all types of timber products from our vast range of garden sheds to all types of fencing panels not forgetting our own bespoke garden products such as garden gates, picnic tables and planters to name a few. What sets us apart from the rest is the fact that our bespoke products are all hand made onsite in our workshop, are made to measure and at a reasonable price. We also provide great value fuel products such as smokeless coal, logs and briquettes. For your convenience we also deliver, both fuel and timber. We pride ourselves on our commitment to good quality workmanship and good service. We cater for a wide range of customers, from one-off landscapers or keen gardeners, to housing developers and commercial builders.
Here’s what the owner Damien Dalton has to say about the business:
“In the winter months it can be very busy with cars coming and going to collect their fuels and firewood. We are based at the intersection of a busy road and at times experience a build-up of traffic, so it is important that customers can come and go safely. From chatting to customers, it seems to make sense to introduce a Drive Thru so they can easily enter and exit the site to collect what they need,” Damien said.
With Damien’s background as a qualified carpenter and having had his own carpentry business for many years, wood is his passion and this passion is driving him to develop the timber end of his business further. His exemplary skills in carpentry mean he can design and make bespoke products suitable for any taste and his many years of experience in the building trade means he has an indepth knowledge of all the stages in timber construction.
Damien also has a personal connection to the Kilcock site. Originally established 144 years ago by his great great grandfather, Michael Mulligan, in 1873 the business was passed down through the generations making it one of the oldest running businesses in Kilcock. For the last 60 years it has been run by Kilcock men Brian and Danny Mulligan, cousins of Damien’s father. ‘It’s nice to think the business will continue to remain in the family’ said Damien.