Just some of the Benefits!

  • Save – Time – Money – Energy
  • Eliminate the need for tumble dryer
  • Hang out clothes even when raining
  • Make use of your outdoor space
  • Permanent structures; no need for replacement parts
  • Installation included in price

Eco Friendly

On 19th March 2016 we launched our Facebook competition for a chance to Win a Clothesline Canopy. Thanks to all those who Tagged, Shared and Liked our page.

We are delighted to announce Ann Flood as the winner of the Facebook Competition. She was absolutely thrilled with her prize.

Tadhg was delighted to win a coveted Radio Kerry Business Award in the Manufacturing, Technology and Innovation Category.

We all know Tumble Dryers are a very costly appliance, but how much does it cost?

Figures Checked April 2016

The prices shown below are the lowest prices from each supplier for new customers for Electricity only  –  and some of the higher prices for comparison. Figures are based on a usage of 7000  kw/h per year  rounded to the nearest Euro. (Inclusive of VAT). If you have gas too you will probably use less electricity.

Most of the eastern half of the country gets between 750 and 1000 (mm) of rainfall in the year. Rainfall in the west generally averages between 1000 and 1400 mm. In many mountainous districts rainfall exceeds 2000mm per year. The wettest months, in almost all areas are December and January. April is the driest month generally across the country. However, in many southern parts, June is the driest. Hail and snow contribute relatively little to the precipitation measured.

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