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LLE client testimonials

“We were the architects retained on behalf of IRD Kiltimagh to design and supervise the refurbishment and extension of The Town Hall Theatre, Kiltimagh.

Luxury Living Éireann were the contractors selected to carry out the project. We can confirm the project was completed within budget and within the agreed programme of works. Furthermore we were satisfied the work was carried out to a good standard and would be happy to work with LLÉ in future projects.”

John Halligan Architects

Dry Lining Insulation

Internal insulation (commonly referred to as 'dry-lining walls') involves fixing insulation to the inner surfaces of your external walls and covering it with a vapour barrier layer and plasterboard or, alternatively, composite boards of plasterboard backed with insulation and incorporating a vapour barrier.

Heat loss through the walls of your house can amount to 55% of the total heat loss and therefore is responsible for over half of your space heating bill.

To maximise the performance of the envelope Internal Dry-lining Insulation should be combined with some roof Insulation to minimise the buildings heat loss.

LLÉ have the staff necessary to complete all aspects of dry-lining installation, thus eliminating the need to contract various trades, e.g. carpenter, plasterer and electrician.

The Irish government has made grants available to help people pay for installation of dry-lining insulation. The scheme called the Better Energy Homes Scheme is available to all homes built before 2006. A grant of €2000 is available for dry-lining insulation.

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