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Spray foam is a type of insulation that is sprayed in place through a gun. Polyurethane and Isocyanate foams are applied as a two-component mixture that comes together at the tip of a gun, and forms an expanding foam. Cementitious foam is applied in a similar manner but does not expand. Spray foam insulation is sprayed onto concrete slabs, into wall cavities of an unfinished wall, against the interior side of sheathing, or through holes drilled in sheathing or drywall into the wall cavity of a finished wall

Over 95% of Irish householders, apartment occupants use heating for more than 335 days of the year. The figure in the UK is similar and there is no trend to suggest that habits in this regard will reduce. Our climate has become the most common social greeting with more and more satire on when we will eventually have a period of warm, dry weather.

Because of higher humidity and wet conditions, our houses have become home to many sources of fungal and mould attack. There are many adverse and negative health problems arising from such conditions especially the release of fungal spores into the breathable living air space.

Regardless of the climate debate, the reality is that Irish and UK weather conditions have deteriorated with lower temperatures and higher precipitation and humidity. Another sad reality is that the price of energy has increased and continues to do at alarming levels. Predictions in early 2013 suggest that energy costs are likely to double by 2018.

We are all aware of the negative environmental impact of using fossil fuels but look at these more of a global issue rather than an urgent door step problem.  Every unit of heat from oil, gas and coal has a rapidly growing carbon cost / tax. In addition, the raw material cost is also increasing due to depleting resources.

If you own an A rated passive house using only renewable energy or  fully insulated house we cannot help you. However, if you amongst those without proper insulation then, you are losing money every minute of the day. If you decide to do nothing your bills will more than double within five years.

Spray Foam Insulation is an important step to reducing your heat losses. By investing now you save significantly in the future, increase the capital value of your property and utilise heat for the purpose intended. Spray foam also has great Soundproof Qualities which allows for greater privacy in domestic houses, offices and commercial buildings.

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Mid Kerry

Welcome to Mid Kerry the heart of everything County Kerry

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.

Atlantic Tourism Kerry

Tourism Kerry a guide to holiday’s in Kerry Ireland, accommodation, activities, culture of County Kerry, Ireland

Accommodation, eateries and attractions in county Kerry Ireland

Places to see while visiting Kerry

You will have you choice of places to visit while in Kerry

Places to Eat while visiting Kerry

You will have you choice of places to eat while in Kerry.

Places to stay while visiting Kerry

You will be spoiled for choice while in Kerry. Kerry has one of the highest Accommodation numbers in Ireland

Activities while visiting Kerry

Kerry offers you all kind of Activities while you are visiting. From simple sports to the more advanced.

“We are here to guide, and help you, while you are, in Kerry.”

Chairperson Mid Kerry Tourist Information. Kerry Tourist Information Centers

Common Goals

A visitor to Kerry will have much to see and do. Kerry has long featured as the destination of choice for people, interested in spectacular scenery, and Ancestry, Kerry includes Tralee with its annual Rose of Tralee festival, Killorglin has Puck Fair, Kerry also has many mountains, lakes and rivers to delight the hillwalker or angler and a range of golf courses sure to engage any golfer. With The Ring of Kerry, The Dingle and Beara peninsulas offering dramatic scenery and beautiful places to visit for all.

About our services

We are here to give accommodation details, direct you to the best sights and ways to get there. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to advise you when planning your stay and to provide assistance and information.

We aim to be the number one website for tourism in Kerry.

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Some Local Town

Anascaul | Ardfert |
Ballinskelligs | Ballybunion |
Ballylongford | Caherdaniel |
Cahirciveen | Camp |

Castlemaine | Caragh Lake |

Castlegregory | Cloghane |

Dingle | Dunquin |
Glenbeigh | Glencar |
Kenmare | Killarney |
Killorglin | Maharees |
Sneem | Tralee |

Local Attractions

Dingle Peninsula | Ring of Kerry |

North Kerry | Mid Kerry |

South Kerry

Muckross House Killarney Kerry

Gap of Dunloe Killarney |

Aquadome Tralee | Blasket Island |

Skelligs Island | Crag Cave Castleisland |

Ballykissane Pier Killorglin | Muckross House Killarney

Some Local Walks

Bearaway Way |

Kerry Way

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Atlantic Way Sights in County Kerry Ireland

Sand Polishing Filter

Sand polishing filters provide an alternative to soil on suitable sites for work.

Sand Polishing Filter provides a dual function of polishing the effluent from a wastewater treatment system and disposing of the treated liquid into groundwater.

It incorporates an enclosed sand filter, which can be installed under or overground at varying heights to suit all site conditions. Sand Polishing Filter can also be designed for larger applications by our design team.
The advantages

We Fully complies with planning regulations and council requirements

Suited to smaller sites which may be restricted in it discharged to a gravel underneath the filter box
Full report provided for the client and council with all stages photographed and

certification provided for components of the Sand Polishing Filter
Maintenance Contracts available
Drawings and specification’s made available for site assessors and planning authorities

What you get with you Sand Polished Filter?

We supply technical advice on site.
We supply structure, certified sands and pipework.
Installation of all stratified layers of sand and gravel.
Full sign off and certify of workman ship.



All work finished to the highest standards possible


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Report provided for the client and council with all stages photographed and certification provided for components and final system
Maintenance contracts available.

wild atlantic way

The Atlantic Way is a drive the length of Ireland spanning the North of Donegal to the West of Cork. Experience the magic of the The Atlantic Way in Ireland, many small business offering many different services alone the route. Including bed and breakfasts, hotels and restaurants and fine dining.

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Riasc Monastery Dingle County Kerry is an early Christian monastic site dating from the 5th rectangular oratory, plus some stone slabs engraved with exquisitely carved crosses.

Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head Tour takes approximately two and a half hours. Our Tour in Ireland guide will collect you from your accommodation. We have outlined our itinerary below.

Burnham House and Ogham stones homes to the late Lord Ventry’s estate. Lining the driveway entering the estate are seven ogham stones.

Ventry Harbour Dingle opens up as you head along the Slea Head Drive. With its glorious crescent blue shaped beach, swimming, shore angling and horse riding are popular here.

Dún Beag Fort or Dunbeg Fort a 500 BC Archaeological Site is an impressive and elaborate example of a promontory fort. Its location makes it one of the most dramatic archaeological sites in Ireland.

The Fahan Group Beehive Huts comprises of 19 souterrain and 18 standing clocháns (beehive huts). There are also inscribed stones, sculptured crosses and earthen ring forts.

The Blasket Islands in Kerry are a group of islands off the Dingle Peninsula. The main island (An t-Oileán Tiar) was inhabited by a completely Irish speaking population until 1953. The inhabitants were evacuated to the mainland (Dún Chaoin) on the 17th November 1953.

Coumeenole Beach was used as one of the locations for the filming of Ryan’s Daughter. It also has some breath-taking views of the Blasket Islands.

Gallarus Oratory in Kerry Ireland the most perfect example of about twenty such oratories in Ireland. Gallarus Oratory is thought to have been built in the 9th beehive huts to the rectangular churches found later.

Killmakeadar Church, is an example of a fine Romanesque church built on the site of an earlier church of St. Maol Cathair. The church had a corbelled roof. The east window is known as Cró na Snaithide or eye of the needle and pilgrims were supposed to squeeze through it to be saved.