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Staff at McMahon’s Builders are very aware of the current economic climate; with this in mind the company will hold a free information evening in its branch on the Tuam Road on Tuesday March 8 at 6.30pm.
The Irish Georgian Society (www.igs.ie) and conservation officers from Galway and Clare county councils are partnering to deliver a seminar on energy efficiency in historic houses. This half-day seminar will be held from 1pm today (Thursday) at the Loughnane and Quinn Memorial Hall, Labane, on the Galway to Gort road.
Are you unhappy with the cost of your heating bills every winter, or are you spending thousands unnecessarily each year due to the poor energy efficiency of your home?
Older people feel the cold a lot more than young people and therefore should always bear a few things in mind before the long cold evenings and wet mornings hit in.
Building Science Technologies is a Galway company which offers building energy management consultancy and diagnostic services to both domestic and commercial buildings. The range of services includes building energy ratings, energy audits, building air leakage testing, thermal imaging surveys, and site suitability tests.
Glynn’s Homevalue Energy Centre at Lakeside Retail Park, Claremorris, have recently taken in a stock of airtightness membranes and tapes from both SIGA and Ecological Building Systems.
Does your property need a building energy rating? All properties for sale or lease are required by law to have a BER carried out -this is an indication of the energy performance of your property. At Platinum Energy their mission is to provide an accurate BER for your property along with a detailed report on how to minimise your energy costs and maximise the value of your property.
Today health worries, building regulations, environmental awareness, and energy concerns are all shaping the demand for domestic ventilation and temperature management systems. For self-builders efficient control of the living environment has never been more important and Vent-Axia offers a range of ventilation solutions for the residential living environment. With a low watt range of fans and whole house ventilation with heat recovery, the Vent-Axia choice has never been more extensive and the technology has never been more developed.
Platinum Energy Ltd is a Kilkenny-based company run by Tommy Brown and Fergus Power both of whom are registered assessors with the SEI (Sustainable Energy Ireland).
The Galway Modern Homes & Building Exhibition will take place in Leisureland, Salthill, on April 3, 4, and 5. The opening times are 6pm to 10pm on Friday, 12 noon to 8pm on Saturday, and 12 noon to 6pm on Sunday.