*pictured are Laura and Martin

The business was founded in 2002 by Kevin & Claire Conroy and when Clare native Martin McMahon relocated home in 2004 he began working in the business for his close friends. Martin immediately loved the craftmanship and design work of working with stone and with his background in management he excelled in the role so when the previous owners decided to leave the business in 2007 Martin and his brother were keen to invest. Martin now runs the business, along with his daughter Laura, and his hard working and committed staff, some of whom have been here from when the business began.

The family run business has designed and fabricated stone worktops for many a home in Co. Clare along with homes throughout Ireland. “Our customers have been our biggest advertiser and often when we install a kitchen worktop in a home up the country we end up doing a lot of jobs in the same location simply due to word of mouth”. We love our customers and over all of the years have maintained great relationship with the people that we have worked with. We love when a customer returns, all be it very rare given that the stone worktops are rarely replaced, but when someone moves or wants to do up another room in their house and they come straight back to us it truly delights us as a team.

Ennis Marble and Granite have seen many changes in kitchen trends over the last twenty years “When we started out in 2002 most customers were getting natural stone worktops for their home, hence the name, but then there was a move towards man made stone products and we have been supplying and fabricating quartz and ceramic worktops for the last number of years.” Recently however they have noticed a rise in customer enquiries for natural stone surfaces. Although when asked about this Martin says “Natural stone has such wonderful and unique colouring and patterns it is easy to see how people who are investing in stone would love to have this look in their homes. It is hard to see people moving back to natural stone entirely due to the many perks of man made stone. Man-made Quartz and ceramic provide surfaces which are stain resistance, scratch resistance, heat resistance and do not need to be treated so general upkeep is way easier and this is what has made them so popular. The consistent veining for bookmatching slabs in the man made products is something which is proving to be very popular with customers of late”.

Ennis Marble and Granite have recently invested in new fabrication and templating machinery which has modernised production and future proofed the company for whatever trends come. “The new water jet diamond cutting tools allow us to work with the most up to date products available” “We are a company who plan to move with the trends in stone, and now have the equipment to do so. With our many years of experience and knowledge of crafting stone we are confident that we can continue to move with the trends for stone.”
We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and have always worked with the stone to give the best design possible for our customers. A saying that is repeated constantly by our staff is “if it wouldn’t do in my home then it won’t do” and Martin would rather see a piece returned to the factory than fit something we aren’t happy with.


Ennis Marble and Granite have worked with so many wonderful customers who are as passionate about stone surfaces in their home as we are. Over the years we have been involved in designing everything from marble clad bathrooms, quartz wetrooms with matching shower trays, bathroom vanity tops to stone table and dresser tops, windowboards and outdoor tables. “We love showcasing our stone in the best possible way in our customers homes and we knowing that our products will bring them years of joy.

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