About County Laois in Ireland

Learn More About County Laois and The Areas We Serve In It

County Laois is a county in Ireland. It is located in the south of the Midlands Region and in the province of Leinster. It borders Offaly, Kildare, Kilkenny and Tipperary.

We service all the areas around County Laois with a skilled team of roofers for Laois that not only handle all types of roof but are skilled at guttering, fascia and soffits in Laois.

We undertake work from Donaghmore to Ballaghmore, across to Clonaslee and Mountmellick, Killenard to Killeshin! You can view more about Laois roofing and guttering services here.


  • Abbeyleix
  • Aghaboe
  • Arless
  • Ballacolla
  • Ballaghmore
  • Ballickmoyler
  • Ballinakill
  • Ballybrittas
  • Ballybrophy
  • Ballyfin
  • Ballyhide
  • Ballylinan
  • Ballyroan
  • Barrowhouse
  • Borris-in-Ossory
  • Castletown
  • Clonaghadoo
  • Clonaslee
  • Clough
  • Coolrain
  • Crettyard
  • Cullohill
  • Donaghmore
  • Durrow
  • Emo
  • Errill
  • Jamestown
  • Kilbricken
  • Killenard
  • Killeshin
  • Mountmellick
  • Mountrath
  • New Inn
  • Newtown
  • Port Laoise
  • Portarlington
  • Raheen
  • Rathdowney
  • Rosenallis
  • Shanahoe
  • Spink
  • Stradbally
  • The Swan
  • Timahoe
  • Vicarstown


Here are some helpful resources for you find more information about Laois County. The main town of County is Portlaois but we service all the areas near and around County Laois.


Here are some other local services and trades in the County Laois region. We share no affiliation with them. It is done merely for informational purposes and to help our customers with choosing other local services in Laois.


Johnstown House
Naas, Co. Kildare
Telephone: 045 844235
Visit Site: Curragh Stone


Main Street
Co. Laois
Telephone: 0505 46177
Visit Site: Midland Hardware



Telephone: 085 713 9795
Visit Site: John Slevin Landscaping

Interesting Places in County Laois

Slieve Bloom View
Slieve Bloom View
Emo Court
Emo Court
Durrow Castle
Durrow Castle
Castle of Dunamase
Castle of Dunamase

RSS Latest News in Laois

  • ‘We need an amendment to enshrine neutrality in our Constitution’ – Laois TD seeks to protect Irish neutrality December 1, 2023
    A war of words has taken place in Dáil Éireann between Tánaiste Micheál Martin and Laois Sinn Féin TD Brian Stanley. Deputy Stanley called for Ireland’s longstanding position on neutrality to be protected and enshrined in our constitution. “Our position on neutrality is long held. It is cherished and valued by the Irish public,” Deputy […]
  • Laois community set to come together this weekend as annual Remembrance Tree to be lit up December 1, 2023
    A Laois community is set to come together this weekend to remember loved ones who have passed away. The Crettyard Ladies GFC Annual Remembrance Tree will officially be switched on this Sunday. First erected in 2020, this has become a permanent fixture on the calendar. And it will be lit up on Sunday, December 3 […]
  • Director of Portlaoise Montessori School named Business All-Star Laois Entrepreneur of the Year December 1, 2023
    Sonya Duggan, the Director of Kilminchy School House, has been honoured as the Business All-Star Laois Entrepreneur of the Year 2024 by the All-Ireland Business Foundation. This marks her fourth consecutive year receiving the prestigious Business All-Star recognition, underscoring her remarkable dedication. Sonya’s commitment extends beyond mere identification of industry challenges; she actively champions and […]
  • High-achieving Laois student receives Dublin City University Scholars Award December 1, 2023
    Dublin City University has recognised more than 120 undergraduate students for their academic achievement in this year’s Leaving Certificate and A-level exams. This took place at a ceremony for the DCU Scholars Awards in The Helix, Glasnevin Campus on Wednesday November, 29. The students were recognised for achieving more than 600 points in the Leaving […]
  • Laois man appointed as the new CEO of Meath County Council December 1, 2023
    Laois man Kieran Kehoe has been appointed as the new CEO of Meath County Council. The Killenard native has a distinguished working career, most recently serving as Director of Services in Waterford City and County Council and prior to that in a number of managerial roles in Laois County Council. He holds an engineering degree […]
  • Final silverware of the season up for grabs as Mountmellick Parish Gaels take on Clonaslee-St Manman’s December 1, 2023
    Mountmellick Parish Gaels v Clonaslee-St Manman’s  Laois Shopping Centre U-20 ‘B’ Football Championship Final in COE at 7.30pm The final silverware of the season will be up for grabs this evening as Mountmellick Parish Gaels take on Clonaslee-St Manman’s. The Gaels are made up of Mountmellick, Kilcavan and The Rock. Clonaslee-St Manman’s are on their […]
  • Laois GAA clubs vote to retain U-17 age grade for minor for next three years December 1, 2023
    Laois GAA clubs have voted to retain U-17 as the age eligible for minor and have installed it for the next three years. Back in February, at the GAA Congress, it was decided that county minor would remain at U-17. The decision was taken at the GAA’s Annual Congress at Croke Park to reject Motion […]
  • Deaths in Laois – Friday, December 1, 2023 December 1, 2023
    Below are the recent local deaths. May they rest in peace. Kathleen Malone (née Kearney) Rosecourt, Portarlington, Laois / Ballybrittas, Laois Formerly of Ballybrittas, County Laois. Suddenly, at her residence. Loving daughter of the late Jim and Kathleen (Kit). Deeply regretted by her loving husband Michael, sisters Anne, Mary and Deirdre, brothers Tim, Noel and […]
  • Social Enterprises provide ‘significant social and economic value’ to communities November 30, 2023
    Laois County Council has been urged to consider the “significant social and economic value” of Social Enterprises for communities across the County. Cllr Thomasina Connell told the Council that she believed Social Enterprises need dedicated support and assistance from a designated senior Council Official. Speaking at the monthly meeting of Laois County Council earlier this […]
  • Good news for Laois as 200 Council homes expected to be completed by year’s end November 30, 2023
    There was some welcome news on the housing front at this week’s meeting of Laois County Council. Council Chief Executive, Mr John Mulholland confirmed to the elected members that 200 Council homes were expected to be completed by the end of 2023. This figure includes properties in all corners of the County, including Portlaoise, Portarlington, […]