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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.
Kilkenny Modern Homes & Building Exhibition is back to provide ideas, advice and inspiration for those building, extending or improving their home.
As the colder months approach it’s time to start considering your home heating needs to avoid that last minute rush to ensure you and your family are kept warm this autumn.
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?
As we move deeper into the 21st century, the importance of renewable and sustainable energy sources is becoming increasingly apparent with traditional fuel sources dwindling and prices rising.
Green is the new black and we are constantly being told that green is now the way forward in every walk of life.
CREM’s mission is to promote the conservation and sensible use of our scarce and depleting energy resources. To promote this aim, CREM specialises in providing information through education, assessments, and consultancy on the efficient use of energy in our everyday lives through the services is provides.
If you are looking to be environmentally friendly at home, start with New Ross based Eco Build, a company serving the whole of Ireland.
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.
With the onset of winter the cost of heating your home in the coming months will inevitably rise.