in County Kerry Ireland
in County Kerry Ireland
in County Kerry Ireland
We install Automatic Gate and Access Systems that have been professionally designed and manufactured under strictest quality control in Kerry. Gate Automation & Access Control Systems in Kerry
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Installation & maintenance of all types of electric gates and access control systems.
MKS Security provide Security Services in County Kerry including Home Alarms, Wireless House Alarms, Wireless Smoke Detectors, Automated Access Systems, Automatic Gates, CCTV Installation, Alarm Maintenance, CCTV Killorglin and Alarm Fitting.
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Years of experience in the security industry, hand picked devices selected to install the latest in security technology for your peace of mind
Consistently recognised as on of the Top Alarm Companies in Kerry
Wireless security systems & fire alarms can be fitted quickly without any disruption to your business day
Control your security for home or business from your mobile phone. No need to worry next time you want to take that holiday
Full Access Control & Surveillance systems for added security
Approved and Fully IRSIA NSAI and PSA accredited
Rural Security Consultant for home and business owners in Kerry
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Kerry Security Services offers a range of security installations and services for both home and business customers.
From a new home alarm – to a complete fit for your business we offer every client a high level of customer service with warranty on all installations and work carried out. In addition we offer maintenance contracts as part of aftercare services.
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We are based in Killorglin in Kerry, and regularly travel local towns such as Killarney, Tralee, Dingle, Caherciveen providing security systems to all areas of Co. Kerry.
I found Kerry Security Services to be very professional in their service. I am pleased with the works they carried out on my security system. The works were carried out in an efficient and timely manner, causing very little disruption to my business. I would highly recommend MKS Security Kerry to install or upgrade your security system.
Jerome Griffin, Hannah Mary’s Country Store Killorglin Co. Kerry
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MKS Alarms Wired and Wireless get 24 Hour Monitoring. Access Control Circuits, Personal Security Systems, Alarms GPS, Monitored Alarms and Fire Alarm Systems. CCTV Systems Domestic and Commercial – 24 Hr Monitoring, Remote Online Viewing, Remote Accessible through your mobile phone in Killorglin
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We’re based in every town in Munster and willing to travel anywhere. At Munster Roofing, we understand that convenience is important to our customers.
Roofing emergency, you’re not going to be able to wait for a contractor to travel hours to get to you. We have premises throughout Munster in order to get to you as soon as possible.
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Contact us today for more information on any of our roofing or guttering services. We serve all of Munster. We offer free quotes!
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John P Harrington and associates are experienced fire safety engineers in Ireland, over two decades of experience with Cork County Fire Services.
And a member of The Institution of Fire Engineers (MIFireE) and is also a member of fire Engineers of Ireland.
We are based in County Cork with access to Counties Kerry, Limerick, Clare, Waterford and Tipperary. We provide a nationwide service teaching the tools of fire prevention in Ireland.
Fire safety is a set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. A Fire Safety Consultant measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.
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Some questions that you may ask yourself are:
Tralee is the capital town of Kerry in the south-west. The town is on the northern side of the of the Dingle Peninsula.
Killorglin at the heart of Kerry, come see the town famous for “Puck Fair”.
Kenmare on The Wild Atlantic Way. Kenmare is located between the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara peninsulas.
Castleisland is a town in east of County Kerry. It is close to the Limerick border and close to the Cork borders.
Kerry Bog Pony is a very old Mountain and Moorland breed of pony or adapted horse standing at 3’6″ originating in Ireland, and traditionally used for bring home peat from the bog, as well as for general work on small farm. The breed has a reputation for gentle temperament, versatility and flexibility.
The bog village itself is the only one of its kind in Europe and is a heritage award winner. Such care was taken to replicate the houses that one house was moved from North Kerry and rebuilt within the Bog Village
The heart of Kerry where two peninsula’s face each other – the Iveragh Peninsula know throughout the world as the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula.
Mid Kerry is the most part of the Ring of Kerry which outlines the coastline towns of the Iveragh Peninsula.
The combination of ocean, islands and mountains with so many picturesque villages makes a trip to Kerry an exciting journey of discovery.
Spectacular mountain ranges – the McGillycuddy Reeks and Slieve Mish Mountain, hidden valleys, secret lakes, flowing rivers that lead to the sea, blue flag beaches with stunning sand dunes, designated Special Areas of Conservation with fascinating wildlife, rural farmlands and hills leading to the waters of Castlemaine Harbour and Dingle Bay.
This is the spirit of Irish life with busy town and villages full of character and charm. This is where the traditions of farming meets fishing and technology and where community and services are there for all.
Mid Kerry is an ideal location to base your Holiday in Kerry, its acts as a Gateway to both the Dingle Pennisula and the Ring of Kerry(Iveragh Peninsula). Mid Kerry offers everything the visitor needs with beautiful scenery, bustling villages, activities, attractions, history and ancestory, festivals, markets and much much more. The Mid Kerry area is made up of numerous towns and villages. With same family run business. Mid Kerry has it all with contrast.
Keel, Boolteens and Castlemaine area’s are have, mountain’s such as the Short Mountain Road and Bothar Na gCloch providing elevated views over the entire area. Castlemaine itself is famed as the birth place of the ‘Wild Colonial Boy’ – Jack Duggan, the famous Australian outlaw. This is a popular local walker with Mountains, hills and wooded walks. View the Ogham Stones at Ardcanaugh.
Milltown offers a range of attractions and activities for the visitor. A reat location for birdwatchers, to river and wooded areas. There are many chances to see early Christian sites, close by are White church Abbey and the Abbey at Kilcolman. Milltown has weekly Cattle and Sheep marts.
Cromane is a fishing village between Killorglin and Glenbeigh Village. Where one can view the Brandon Mountain Range, Slieve Mish Mountains and the McGillycuddy Reeks in the same place. Cromane Beach is family friendly and offers public toilets. A ideal location to relax and stroll along the beach and take in the magnificent scenery and views.
Glenbeigh is a lovely and lively destination. Enjoy the Golden Sand at Rossbeigh beach which stretches for more than 4 kilometre’s. This stunning beach is perfect for swimming, windsurfing. The Behy River is very popular with both local and visiting anglers. September sees the Glenbeigh Horse Racing Festival take place on the beach. With Kerry’s very own bog village at Ballincleave at the Red Fox. Glenbeigh is a must do while in Kerry.
Caragh Lake is located along the Ring of Kerry road towards Glenbeigh just 5 kilometre’s from Killorglin it has many water based activities such as canoeing, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing, fishing is also immense here with the upper and lower Caragh River being a firm great for anglers. Caragh Lake Forest is set on the lakeshore and adds to this wonderful location with the mountains as a glorious backdrop.
Glencar is surrounded by the Macgillycuddy Reeks Mountain Range. Glencar Valley is dramatic in all three main routes into the valley are among the most spectacular and beautiful of Irish landscape scenery. Glencar is a nature lover’s paradise, the area is naturally beautiful with Lickeen Forest, Caragh River and Caragh Lake adding to the the area’ sights. The outstanding preservation of natural habitats has ensured the survival of many important indigenous species. Glencar offers the lover of the outdoors easy access to the finest facilities from world class salmon and trout fishing, cycling, walking and climbing routes. The Kerry Way is Ireland’s premiere signed long distance walking route which winds it way through Glencar from the Black Valley leading to Glenbeigh.
The village of Beaufort in Killarney You can walk, climb, go on horse back, jaunting car through this area which offers 10km of walks and 5 lakes. Visit some of the oldest Natural Woods in Ireland at Tomies Wood. Take a stroll in the ruins of Dunloe Castle Tower House and Gardens. Carrantouhill the highest peak in the McGillicuddy Reeks in the area, this is a magnet for climbers and walkers.
Killorglin World Famous for Puck Fair held every year on the 10th, 11th & 12th of August. is one of Ireland’s Oldest street Festival which offers great street entertainment, funfairs and Fire works, family fun for all. The town is bridging point on the Salmon rich river Laune and serves as a gateway to the Ring of Kerry and Iveragh Peninsula. With history and experience on offer in the area. Watch the rowing on the River Laune or catch a wild salmon on the River Laune. Take the children to the playground or simply take a seat and enjoy the sights and sounds of this bustling modern town.
A new tourist route 26km in length is to be developed along a disused railway line along the Atlantic way, Ring of Kerry is expected to become an internationally rated tourist attraction.
A proposed 26km greenway to be developed along the unused railway line between Glenbeigh and Caherciveen. The Atlantic along the Ring of Kerry is expected to become an internationally rated tourist attraction. Transport Minister Alan Kelly yesterday announced €3.4m for the greenway from Glenbeigh to Cahirciveen, on a section of the Great Southern Railway which closed in 1960.
It as an exceptional and unique visitor attraction, he said it would bring cycling tourists, hikers and walkers and visitors from all over the world to the Ring of Kerry, creating upwards of 80 well needed jobs between construction and sustainable employment when in operation.
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Minister Kelly said it would be the country’s number one greenway. The project will be part of a €11m funding program for cycling infrastructure nationally. Between time to be spent acquiring land and construction work, the project will take two years to complete.
Imagine getting off the train in Killarney and cycling to Killorglin 🙂 GREAT.
The line runs close to, even parallel to the winding Ring of Kerry road, one of the country’s busiest tourist routes.
The proposed route is along the same railway line as Killorglin to Killarney railway line
The hillside route, running over a viaduct at Kells and through tunnels, commands spectacular sea and mountain views and the development follows the success of the Great Western Greenway, in Co Mayo, which has resulted in about 40 new jobs and the sustaining of another 50 in the local economy.
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Minister Alan Kelly, with Ronan Clifford and Michael and Elaine Kavanagh, cycling on the planned greenway in County Kerry.
The announcement was welcomed in Kerry, an area hard hit by unemployment and emigration.
Pat Kavanagh, manager of IRD Foilmore/Kells, said it was a “fantastic project” that would benefit a wide area. Thirty-eight groups nationally applied for funding for similar projects and very high criteria had to be met, but this one ticked all the boxes. And won the attention of the group.
Kerry Fine Gael TD Brendan Griffin said a lot of work, consensus and agreement remained outstanding to bring the greenway to fruition and hoped progress would be made to grasp an unprecedented opportunity for south Kerry and the wider Kerry area in general.
Kerry County Council, expected to put up matching funding of more than €350,000, and South Kerry Development Partnership have for several years been promoting the project and the funding application
The projects are being funded as part of the Government’s National Cycle Network. Separately, nine towns will receive €6.5m to improve their cycling infrastructure.
Thanks to the Irish Examiner for some text.