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Government and public buildings must be maintained to a high standard, particularly those of heritage importance or key strategic importance.

Committed service engineers are needed to provide each individual site with experienced and knowledgeable heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) planned preventative maintenance and on-going support.

Timely reporting, within agreed service levels are incorporated into agreements, to provide comfort and longevity of occupancy.

In providing a dedicated 24/7 – 365 service, emergency callouts are responded to, on average, within 90 minutes.

Thermodial provide HVAC maintenance for government sites, with the endorsement from one of: “the highly skilled; reliable; committed and customer focused nature of Thermodial’s work in ensuring that there was no loss of service”.

The Office of Public Works (OPW) manage property maintenance services for the Government, whilst the Education Procurement Service (EPS) are the procurement sourcing agents of the Department of Education and Skills.

Talk to Thermodial about HVAC maintenance for your government site.

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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 maintenance, upgrades and energy management, we would be happy to respond to your requests.

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