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Ecoclad

Welcome to Ecoclad.ie. We are an Irish owned company that specialises in eco retro fitting insulation for residential and commercial properties. We are fully registered SEAI contractors.

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Insulation

We're all becoming increasingly aware of the importance of being more energy efficient, and this is why so many people are looking to improve insulation in their properties. Ecoclad offers a full range of insulation services for internal walls, external walls, attics and roofs.

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SEAI Grants

SEAI operates a number of programmes that provide financial supports to demonstrate superior energy technologies or provide essential support in specifically identified sectors.

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Solar Panels and Thermo Panels

Renewable energy resources are abundantly available in Ireland. However, only a fraction of these resources have been tapped so far. They offer sustainable alternatives to our dependency on fossil fuels as well as a means of reducing harmful greenhouse emissions and opportunities to reduce our reliance on imported fuels.

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Insulation

Insulation
We're all becoming increasingly aware of the importance of being more energy efficient, and this is why...
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External Wall Insulation

  External or 'Solid' Wall Insulation is a form of insulation fixed to the exterior of an existing...
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Internal Wall Insulation

Internal Wall Insulation, better known as Dry Lining is the term used for a common method of constructing...
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Attic Insulation

As much as 25% of all the heat lost from an average home escapes through the roof. Over a half million...
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Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity Wall Insulation is used to reduce heat loss through a cavity wall by filling the air space with...
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Works by layering thick (9cm) readymade plaster boards over the walls inside your house, or rolls of insulation encased in wooden battens Works by layering a weatherproof insulation (made from waste wood chipping formed into boards) to your outside walls, rendering in with cement or lime cladding with a protective finish over the top
Up to three times more expensive than external, but saves similar CO2 each year It's cheaper than internal and pays back within six years
An experienced DIYer can install it themselves, but it's a major disruption to the house Requires professional installation and scaffolding
Lose around 1% of internal space (more in small rooms) so best if your rooms are spacious Your house will stick out from uninsulated houses nearby and planning permission may be required in some cases
Outside walls can suffer because they are still exposed to bad weather but no longer being dried out by heat escaping from inside Only suitable for flats if all of them are insulated and often only suitable in conservation areas if you use lime based cement
Will need to relocate plug sockets, radiators and fitted furniture Most suitable when combined with house renovations such as renewing the cladding on your outside walls, otherwise it's very expensive

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Tilt and turn window:

Window opens inwards in two ways - traditional side hung (turn) and the ventilation opening (tilt from top of the sash). There is also micro ventilation possibility. In addition ventilation restrictor device can be added to hardware to enable to fix the position after tilting sash. Maximum weight of sash is 130 kg. Available also as double sash french window (without mullion).

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Side hung window:

Window opens inwards to one side (turn). Maximum weight of sash is 130 kg. Available also as double sash french window (without mullion).

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Tilt window:

The window tilts inwards from the top, but only a little, to allow ventilation. Maximum weight of sash is 130 kg.

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