Energywise Ireland open new renewables showroom
Leading renewable energy experts Energywise Ireland have opened their brand new showroom in Blackpool, Cork City.
The showroom, located at Unit 6, North Point Business Park, features a wide range of products including working models of air-to-water heat pumps, underfloor heating, heat recovery ventilation, solar PV, aluminium radiators, LED lighting, home automation displays and more.
“In our showroom customers have an opportunity to see the products they are interested in, and get a great understanding of how the product will work for them,” said Berth Sheehy of Energywise Ireland. “Customers get to see the product’s actual size, the noise levels, and how the product will be integrated into their building. For example, our showroom and our offices are heated by a Daikin air-to-water heat pump. By visiting the showroom customers can see how this unit looks and how it will work for them.”
Berth Sheehy of Energywise Ireland talking to a customer at the company's showroom
Perhaps uniquely among suppliers and installers of heating systems, Energywise Ireland is also an assigned certified under BCAR, and has its own professional indemnity insurance, giving customers extra piece of mind.
Berth Sheehy told Passive House Plus that the company’s technicians are happy to talk visitors through the systems on show, and give advice on any stage of a project, along with providing no-obligation quotations.
“Energywise Ireland can help you comply with the current building regulations. Our team can give excellent guidance and advice on how to achieve compliance with the current building regulations in the most cost effective manner,” he continued.
The new Energywise Ireland showroom at North Point Business Park
“We offer a one-stop-shop solution for mechanical, electrical and ventilation services. We design, supply, install and commission. Some customers may choose Energywise Ireland for the supply of products — other customers may choose the whole package.”
“We can be your one point of contact for the four trades — mechanical, electrical, ventilation and refrigeration.”
He explained that the company assigns a project manager to each job, and this person can then be the customer’s point of contact and coordinate all trades, ensuring seamless installation of the building systems.
“Our familiarity with the latest M&E technologies ensures that we bring our customers the best quality products on the market.”
Interested parties can call to Energywise Ireland’s showroom, or email them project drawings so they can provide free advice and a no obligation quotation. For more information see www.energywiseireland.ie.
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