Water Meter Installation Ireland

June 1, 2011
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The Irish Government announced as part of The National Recovery Plan  that water meters will be in place by 2014 and water charges will  be introduced. This will probably provide opportunities for utility companies and trained water meter installers.  There will be about 1.2 million homes that will require meters installing. Up to 6,000...
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Best type Of Sound Insulation

March 23, 2011
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One type of sound insulation is the wall lining  system which uses an independent steel or timber stud system with, Quilt (wool)and Acoustic Plasterboard. The quilt of insulation is placed in the sections of timber,a layer of plaster is then placed on top.This method is useful for  for non – Loadbearing separating wall applications, for new build or to upgrade existing masonry walls...
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Sky Satellite Installation

March 21, 2011
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With Saorview on the way in 2012 – all the analogue TV channels will eventually be switched off. If you currently only have a TV ariel – you will not be able to see any TV channels in 2012 unless you buy a  Saorview box or a Saorview TV. Now might be a good...
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Solar Energy Ireland

March 11, 2011
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Solar energy is the ultimate renwable energy source.There are three methods used in Ireland to get the benifts of the suns heat and energy. Passive solar energy homes is a way in which homes are bulit to maximise solar gains in the home by avoidin g heat loss thorugh the buling and ensuring a...
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How The Central Heating System Works

March 10, 2011
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Hot water from the boiler is fed into each radiator by one pipe and the cooler water coming from each radiator  leaves through another pipe and returned to the boiler to be heated again.That is why its called the two pipe system. Depending on the length of the circuit every radiator receives water at the same temperature.This allows greater control of each radiator and provides a quicker warm up time.This is the...
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Direct Cold Water Supply In Irish Homes

March 9, 2011
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Water from the cold water sevice pipes feeds all the cold water outlets .This sytem is found in old Irsh homes. Disadvangtages of this system are that there is no reseve in failure.And during peak times pressure may be low. Advantages of the system are that less pipe work is required and drinking water is available from all outlets.
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