ENJOY A comfortable climate, THAT DOESN’T COST THE EARTH
You no longer have to choose between a comfortable home or business environment and protecting the planet. We can help you lower your carbon footprint and costs, comfortably.
From the latest efficient and powerful heat pumps, to underfloor and wall heating, we have it all
The perfect temperature all year round. Ask about our green air conditioning solutions
Even in Ireland, there’s enough sun to power your home and even sell your excess back to the grid!
for home, business, community
Greener, Cleaner, Comfort
We are a leading renewable energy system installation company specialising in heat pumps, underfloor heating and Heat recovery ventilation systems, for the domestic, commercial and industrial markets.
“Delighted with the new air-conditioning system for our old church community centre. The old infrared heating took 12 hours to heat up, this one heats it in 2hrs plus we can now cool it for busy events. We can pre-programme the heating to turn itself on and off before and after events which saves us time and money”
Heat Pumps, Air Con, Wind Turbines, Solar, Green Electricty
Keep cosy all year round with our great range of heat pumps, underfloor and wall heating systems
Keep your cool with our smart, convenient and energy efficient air conditioning, the perfect final touch for your home
Project Case Studies
Projects which illustrate our range of Green HVAC products and services
We know we go the extra mile for our customers, but don’t take
our word for it, here’s what they have to say!
“Very happy with the system, it’s a lot warmer and faster to heat up than our old one! Very good people to work with, no hesitation in recommending Climate Control.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wondering what HVAC solutions is right for your?
You asked and we answered!
Does Underfloor Heating take long to heat up?
This depends on the depth and type of screed used by the standard 70mm sand cement screed should heat up from cold in 4-5 hrs. The temperature should then be maintained within about 5 degrees of the normal running temperature throughout the heating season and not be allowed cool fully
Does a heat pump require backup by an oil boiler or immersion?
No, the heat pump is a standalone system and does not require any backup
Does a heat pump provide hot water as well as heating?
The heat pump will take care of all of your domestic hot water needs as well as space heating
Does a heat pump cost a lot to run?
Heat pumps have received some bad press over running costs but this is almost always down to the installation of the heat pump rather than an issue with the heat pump itself. Using an experienced installer like Climate Control takes away that risk and you can be safe in the knowledge that your system will perform as promised.
What if I want to change the floor covering with underfloor heating?
Changing floor coverings does not present any problems but if you are unsure you can contact us any time and we will be happy to advise you.
How will you work with my builder?
Whether you are working with a builder or conducting a self build, we will arrange a meeting to ensure that both parties are fully aware of system locations, time schedules etc so as to avoid any confusion.
Air to Water or Ground source?
The answer to this is almost always ground source. There are a few specific instances where Air source will perform better but they are the exception rather than the rule. Air source units take their energy from the air and therefore as air temperature drops so does the performance and output. Air source units also need to go through a defrost cycle to remove moisture that has frozen to the coil of the outdoor unit and inhibits the units performance. This requires the unit to operate in reverse cycle, cooling the inside and heating the outdoor unit until the ice is cleared. Ground source units have none of these issues to contend with and the ground temperature remains stable regardless of weather conditions. Running costs are therefore lower and the lifecycle is also significantly longer.
Will the system airlock?
The system will be fitted with automatic air elimination valves so should air enter the system it should usually escape through these valves. If not, clearing the airlock is a relatively simple procedure.
How big an area do I need for the collector, for a Ground source system?
The area depends on the size of the house, but a rule of thumb is 1 and a quarter times the floor area of your house. Contact us for the exact dimensions for your heat pump.
What about leaks with underfloor heating?
The system is pressured tested before screeding and remains under pressure while screeding takes place. This will reveal instantly if any pipes have been damaged and they can be repaired before the screed solidifies. Damage occurring to pipes is a very rare occurrence as they are very resilient.
Climate Control, Weirs, Tuam, Co.Galway
Monday: 10:00 – 18:00
Tuesday: 10:00 – 18:00
Wednesday: 10:00 – 18:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 18:00
Friday: 10:00 – 18:00