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Majority in Mayo misjudge how much water is used at home

Water is an important part of our daily lives. Many of us take it for granted – we wake up in the morning, take a shower, brush our teeth, grab a cuppa and head out for the day, but as a recent survey by Irish Water reveals, the majority of those surveyed in Mayo (87 per cent) misjudge how much water we actually use at home on a daily basis.

A room with a view in Clarinbridge

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With breathtaking coastal views this spectacularly positioned four bedroom bungalow in Stradbally North, Clarinbridge, enjoys some of the finest sea front views on the west coast of Ireland.

Tuam Road home with development potential close to Galway’s commercial hubs

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New to the market with Mullery auctioneers is an attractive detached bungalow situated on the Tuam Road. The property is close to local amenities including shops, church, etc, and adjacent to numerous commercial concerns including the Galway Plate Restaurant, Northpoint, and various business parks and industrial estates, and within a short drive of the city centre.

Natural Green Energy — your one-stop shop for sustainable heating

With the rising cost of fuel for home heating it is increasingly important to look at and consider the sustainable alternatives that exist. To be energy efficient is something we must all consider. Individual responsibility must be taken to ensure a sustainable future. In order to do this our energy needs must come from natural resources.

Solid fuel heating made simple with Stoveman Galway

Stoveman Galway has announced that its new solid fuel stove shop is now open in Liosbán Estate, Tuam Road, Galway.

McDonoghs to relaunch Stanley Centre in Ballybane

McDonoghs in Ballybane Industrial Estate is launching its newly revamped Stanley Centre this week. To celebrate, special promotions and expert advice on installation, building energy ratings, and low energy heating systems will be available in store from Thursday November 15 to Saturday November 17.

Mayo County Council advises householders and businesses to prepare now for winter weather

While the weather last winter was not as severe as the weather at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, Mayo County Council this week has taken the opportunity of advising the public to make preparations for winter weather over the next number of months. These preparations will help people to cope if the weather this winter is severe. In order to avoid personal hardship and damage to your home or business premises, Mayo County Council wishes to advise householders and businesses to make the following preparations:

Solid fuel heating made simple with Stoveman Galway

Stoveman Galway has announced that its new solid fuel stove shop is now open in Liosbán Estate, Tuam Road, Galway.

A clean chimney is a safe chimney

“A clean chimney is a safe chimney,” is the motto of local chimney sweep Paul Bordiss. With winter well and truly arrived there is nothing more cosy than cuddling up in front of a roaring fire be it coal, turf, or wood. However it has been statistically proven that more chimney fires occur at this time of year than at any other time. Out-of-use blockages and accumulated soot can combust unknown to the home dweller, resulting in a possible fire service callout. This generally costs four times the price of getting a chimney cleaned, not to mention potential smoke and water damage to interiors.

Galway builders up for award at Dublin ceremony tonight

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Galway-based company, Passive House Builders, has been nominated for the prestigious ‘Green Residential Award’ at the National Green Awards 2012 being held tonight in Dublin.


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