Company ethos

Company ethos

Thermodial’s company ethos revolves around being regarded by all stakeholders as being honourable and conscientious.

Mission

Our mission is to achieve market leadership, by providing effective technical solutions, which exceed our customers’ expectations.

Employee Involvement Policy

We fundamentally believe in the potential of individuals to contribute uniquely to our goals. Therefore we encourage our employees to participate in the continuous improvement of our services.

Environmental Policy

We are committed to being an Environmentally Friendly business, and we adopt a pro-active approach in minimising the effects we have on the Environment.

The principle of sustainable development is important to us and we strive to use renewable resources wherever possible.

We are committed to reducing waste generation through conservation, and recycling measures. Environmental factors are also taken into account in all aspects of our operations.

We comply with current Irish and EU regulations in a range of areas, including health and safety, engineering, the work environment, the handling and working with gas and refrigerant gas. Through our membership of various industry representative and certification bodies and we keep up to date with forthcoming regulations and plan our training needs in advance of any new regulatory developments.

Latest News

HVAC and water systems operation in COVID-19

HVAC and water systems operation in COVID-19

This is a guidance document on currently known best practice for, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and water systems, in relation to the coronavirus/COVID-19. HVAC and water systems in COVID-19 - named SARS-CoV-2 ("the virus") - will play an important...

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From the news archives…

VIDEO: water system – ballcock failure danger

The water storage tank is an essential part of your building’s complete heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and water services system. By extension, a ballcock is an essential component in the system, as its job is to regulate the water level in the tank....

Clocks move forward this weekend

Clocks move forward by one hour this weekend - on Sunday 31 March 2019 at 01:00. Ensure manual timers are prepared at home and in your workplace, to avoid waste of energy. This will ensure comfort and continuity of supply in heating and hot water. Unfortunately, this...

Are home smart thermostats suitable for workplace heating control?

Using a mobile phone to control your home heating and hot water - via smart thermostats - is becoming more popular due to ease of use, cost efficiencies and reliability. Your mobile phone gives you direct access to these controls, even without a data signal – via SMS...

Clocks fall back this weekend

Clocks fall/move back by one hour this weekend – on Sunday 28 October 2018 at 02:00. This occurs as Ireland moves from Irish Standard Time (IST) back to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Ensure manual timers are prepared at home and in your workplace, to avoid waste of...

Legionnaires disease – late summer risk

Entering into late summer, typically a spike in Legionnaires disease cases occur. Surprisingly, the increase in cases are attributed to the dangers that lie in people’s homes, rather than foreign holiday resorts. The stagnant water in vacant homes during warm summer...

Talk To Thermodial

When Thermodial were founded in 1986, the founders had a vision of an engineering focused service, but also one that was responsive and reliable.

This belief should hold true to dealing with questions or information requests, such as one you may have.

Please contact us by filling in the form below, for a prompt response; email info@thermodial.ie or ring us in Dublin or Cork.

As the experts in HVAC maintenanceupgrades and energy management, we would be happy to respond to your requests.

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