According to a recent report published by the SEAI, provisional energy figures for 2015 show mixed results in terms of Ireland’s transition to a low-carbon energy economy. Ireland’s overall energy use and related CO2 emissions both increased by roughly 5%. While this increase was lower than economic growth at nearly 8% it signals a re-coupling […]

June 13th, 2016

We all know insulation makes your home warmer in the winter but did you know it can also help keep your home cool in summer? Well it does, insulation and cooling go hand in hand.   Let us explain why insulation is still important in summer……… The actual impact of insulation is to slow the […]

May 26th, 2016

Free home insulation

  Did you know that under the Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme some home owners in Ireland are entitled to free home insulation? As a homeowner you are eligible to apply if your home was built before 2006 & you are currently in receipt of one or more of the following benefits: Family Income Supplement […]

April 29th, 2016

energy imports graph

Ireland is still heavily dependent on energy imports or imported fossil fuels according to the “Energy Security in Ireland” report published by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). The report shows that in 2014, we still import 85% of our energy, at a cost of €5.7 billion to the country. In 2014, 97% of […]

March 21st, 2016

Do you really need to insulate the cavity walls in your home? The simple answer in our opinion is yes. Let us summarise the reasons why you need cavity wall insulation.   Improved health benefits for your family (Less mould, better air quality, removal of respiratory irritants that may cause allergies A warmer and more […]

February 11th, 2016

A question we get asked a lot by our customers is “Do I need to install a new boiler” when they ring us or when we are onsite doing a free home energy audit. If you find yourself asking the same question, see the below checklist to determine whether or not you need to install […]

January 7th, 2016

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