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LLE client testimonials

“Luxury Living Éireann was contracted to undertake a complete refurbishment of the Town Hall Theatre and Conferrence Centre, Kilkelly Road, Kiltimagh. This project involved a complete removal of everything in the building down to the bare walls and complete restoration. We were able to hold the Local District Court exactly nine weeks form the date of which LLÉ took possession of the site. In addition to the above, LLÉ provided a very high standard of workmanship. The finished facility is something that we are very proud of and so should the contractors. Overall, LLÉ in conjunction with John Halligan, Architects, Charlestown provided a very effective and high standard of service and workmanship.”

IRD Kiltimagh

Roof / Attic Insulation

Luxury Living Éireann staff will assess the level of insulation in your attic and will install rolled attic insulation to meet the HES standard. In many cases existing insulation is a mere 100mm, which is increased to 300mm to ensure maximum heat retention through the ceilings. LLÉ staff work to the highest health and safety standards and will ensure that the attic pipes and water tank are accessible post-installation. We use high quality knauf earthwool which improves indoor air quality.


  • Create an even temperature in your home
  • Reduce heat build up during warm summer months
  • Significantly reduce heat loss during the winter months
  • Cut your energy use which reduces your carbon dioxide emissions, the biggest cause of climate change
  • Dramatically cut your home heating bills
  • Reduce you carbon footprint

The Irish government has made grants available to help people pay for installation of Attic / Roof insulation. The scheme called the Better Energy Homes Scheme is available to all homes built before 2006. A grant of €200 is available for Attic / Roof insulation.

Frost Watcher

As an added safety precaution a frost detection heat lamp where sensors detect when the temperature fall toward freezing and this turns on a heat lamp in your attic to raise the temperature can be fitted. These precautions can dramatically reduce the chances of water damage to properties during the “COLD SNAP” to which we have all come familiar with in recent years, thus saving thousands of euro worth of damage to monetary and sentimental valuables.

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