Genesis Nest Boxes would like to thank all key workers for their dedication and hope that all our family, friends and customers stay safe and healthy in these uncertain times.
First of all, welcome to the Genesis Nest Boxes website. We are the only Irish manufacturer of nest boxes made from magnesium oxide board. The nest boxes are specially made for Swifts, Kestrels and Barn Owls, however, designs for other species are in the pipeline.
Magnesium Oxide board is an earth friendly product that has no “Volatile Organic Compounds” (V.O.C.s). It has many qualities that suit the Irish climate and so is a perfect fit for nest box construction. For more details about magnesium oxide board, visit our Material Information page.
Our nest boxes are waterproof, mould proof, vermin proof and fireproof. Consequently, the nest boxes are well suited for outdoor use. They do not suffer from condensation inside and will not rot.
Our range includes single, double and triple entry swift nest boxes, and also, owl and kestrel nest boxes. Furthermore, we manufacture an anti-predator range for swifts, therefore, the swifts’ nests are less likely to be raided by predators. These products are all available from our shop.
Wild Kildare use Genesis Nest Boxes extensively in their projects, but above all, they are doing a splendid job of helping this endangered species. They have completed many projects in conjunction with schools and Tidy Towns. The Swift towers used in Kildare are designed to meet particular project needs.
We can produce any size of nest box or swift tower, to any specifications. Anyone who would like quotes for nest boxes, for specific projects, can contact Stephan by using the information on our contacts page.
All our nest boxes are painted, fitted with 2 brackets and are sold complete with concrete screws ready for installation.
Please help the people of South Africa to deal with Covid-19, by purchasing a face-mask, you can find the details here.
We would like to extend our sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Paddy Sheridan (shown with Stephan on the photo above) who sadly passed away on Tuesday 8th December 2020.