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SKYLIGHT 47, regarded as “possibly Ireland's most interesting poetry publication”, will have the launch of its latest issue broadcast live from Galway.
There is a constant push towards more energy efficiency nowadays, and more homeowners are making it a priority. And to meet energy efficiency standards, heating and ventilation have to be part of the equation.
The costs associated with owning and operating a home increase every year. More and more people are searching for ways to reduce their monthly outgoings and make savings that they can put toward their future, or use to increase their disposable income.
The team at West Coast Insulation wish all their customers a prosperous New Year and thank them for their custom during 2019.
West Coast Insulation is recommending homeowners take advantage of the new grant scheme which is now the highest level it has ever been at €1,123. Homeowners can contact the Galway company for a free quotation for cavity wall and attic insulation.
Swinford is to become the new headquarters of an up and coming company that will bring business with strong potential for significant job creation to the town.
Exam season is almost upon us and for thousands of secondary school students, June will see them sit their state exams for the junior and senior cycle. Younger children may have summer tests and university students have exams too. It can be a stressful time for both students and parents as they enter into the final few weeks of study and get set to take their papers. We wanted to give you a few tips to help cope with exam stress and hopefully achieve the results you are all hoping for.
As the economy continues to grow and more people decide to renovate their homes, the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) is warning consumers to only use NSAI quality certified products and installers when insulating their properties.
Mayo County Council has been working on bringing its housing stock up to standard in relation to insulation and central heating works over the past year and that will continue into 2016. In a report to the elected members of the council, senior executive officer Paul Benson outlined that according to preliminary data of the council's 2,046 housing units, 112 of them had been identified as being deficient in terms of central heating provision and 764 had been identified as having insulation standards lower than being applied by the council under its energy efficiency programme. However it was outlined that most of the houses in the 764 identified as being deficient in terms of insulation complied with building regulations at the time of their construction and that the council apply a very high standard when it comes to insulation and it is for this reason that the glaring deficiency exists.
Home Comforts Better Energy Ltd is part of a national scheme that provides free insulation to homeowners if they meet certain criteria.