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Affordable websites and apps from a local business
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"After ages spent trying to find good web designer we eventually got the job done with Weebsies. Great service, easy to deal with & very professional. Would highly recommend their services."
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Our customers

Amazing designer! Works with you every step of the way and does an exquisite job, making sure you’re 100% satisfied with the outcome. Definitely recommend!

Our Store

If you're looking for an incredibly affordable website for an event we offer the likes of 50$ one page websites for our clients who cannot afford a high end professional model.

User: roeeonline

Professional work, was very happy.

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One of the finest websites we've developed is : a website for a local fish business, with a fantastic product based out of monaghan, take a look by clicking the button below.
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What we do

We develop affordable and professional websites and mobile apps for clients and customers on websites such as, and other freelancer websites, as well as on our website. Our company goal is to deliver affordable and high-end websites and e-commerce websites that help boost sales for our clients.

We also offer services such as:

  • Logo / Graphics development
  • App development
  • It support
  • WordPress updates

Our Products

At weebsies all of our websites and products are tailor made for the client. We've designed many original apps and websites for clients all around the world, contact us and inquire pricing for you idea/website/

Why buy from us?

At weebsies we provide professional and modern websites that will show your business in the most positive light. Our websites are tailored exactly how you want it. Pixel for pixel.

WHO WE ARE is run by a young web devloper Caolán Maguire who has run many websites over the last two years, also having created mobile apps like digicare. Weebsies was started after Caolán appeared on the 'Pat Kenny Show' after meeting the president of Ireland and showing off his app he built for the local alzheimers society.