KORE’s Commercial Director Caroline Ashe Brady was thrilled to speak at the Cavan Business Women’s Club Christmas event as The Hotel Kilmore on Wednesday December 5th 2018.Read More
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Pictured L-R, Paul O'Connell, Noel Brady, Lisa Downey, Caroline Ashe-Brady, Steven Magee, John B. Smith
November 9th saw KORE win the Energy Efficiency Award at the Property Industry Excellence Awards 2018.
Taking place in the Convention Centre Dublin, The Property Industry Excellence Awards is the beacon for excellence in the Irish property sector.Read More
Friday, 19th October was a tremendous night for KORE as we collected two awards at the Cavan Business & Tourism Awards 2018.
On Friday September 28th, KORE held an employee appreciation event at The Kilmore Hotel, Cavan. KORE believes we are a family first and a business second, and this events aim was to update all employees of current business, and show them that he or she makes a difference.Read More
KORE held a ‘Get Future Ready’ event on October 5th 2018, at Castleknock Hotel, Dublin. The afternoon focused on the proposed Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) building regulations, and the Deep Retrofit market.
This week the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) announced a number of changes to the Better Energy Homes Scheme, and introduced a new grant scheme aimed at making solar PV and battery storage systems more affordable for homeowners. These two non-means tested schemes are available to homeowners across Ireland who are interested in upgrading energy efficiency measures in their homes.
If you're thinking of installing insulation in a new build, or retrofitting an existing building, you may have been looking for alternative materials for cavity wall insulation applications. As you've probably seen our post or video on floor insulation applications, we wanted to take a moment to explain why Expanded Polystyrene is a viable alternative to other materials on the market for both new build and retrofit cavity wall applications. In this post, we'll take a look at using EPS as an alternative to PIR for wall insulation applications, and explore a variety of U-values and the thicknesses required to achieve them.Read More
Insulation is vital part component in every building, whether it's commercial or residential, new build or existing. Not only does insulation help keep the indoor environment cool during the summer and warm during the winter, it also reduces energy usage, spend and associated carbon emissions. With 40 percent of total energy demand and 36 percent of total CO2 emissions coming from buildings in the EU, it's now more important than ever to ensure where we are living and working are sustainable and energy efficient.
In this post we'll explore the top 10 myths about insulation and what we can do to start reducing our energy consumption and start living in healthier homes.Read More
With temperatures set to reach 30c this week, here are some tips to keep your home cool.Read More
Insulating your home will increase the comfort of your living, lead to a healthier home environment, reduce costs associated with heating and cooling your home, and benefits the environment by reducing your carbon footprint.
There are a few different types of grants and programmes available in Ireland for homeowners looking to upgrade or install new insulation. Some of these programmes may also offer assistance with boiler and heating control upgrades, and a range of other energy efficiency upgrades, including renewable energy technologies such as heat pumps and solar for both hot water heating and electricity generation.Read More