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Cooling down when things heat up

Updated: Aug 16, 2023

The heat pump and air conditioner market in Ireland this year reached an all-time peak and is valued at a whopping €3.2bn, meaning that the industry is ranked the tenth highest in Europe.

It's no secret that Irish winters are miserable and cold, and summers can be… ‘interesting’ to say the least. But with climate change threatening to heat up our summers, and industrialise storms during the winter, its no wonder that Irish homeowners are investing in heat pumps and air conditioning units.

At RTS Heating & Cooling Services, we pride ourselves on being a leading provider of top-notch heating and cooling solutions in Ireland. With years of experience in the industry, our team of experts is dedicated to delivering high-quality Daikin products and exceptional services to our valued customers.


Be Cool


Air conditioners are ingenious devices designed to regulate indoor temperatures by removing heat and humidity from the air. These appliances work on the principle of refrigeration, using refrigerants to absorb and release heat, creating a cooling effect within the premises. Air conditioning systems come in various forms, each catering to specific needs and room sizes. The main types include window units, split-system air conditioners, portable air conditioners, ductless mini-split systems, and central air conditioning systems.


Stay Warm


Heat pumps are versatile heating and cooling systems that can operate in reverse, offering both warm and cool air as needed. Instead of generating heat, they transfer it from one place to another, making them highly energy-efficient solutions for maintaining indoor comfort. Heat pumps can be categorised into three types which are air source, ground source (geothermal), and water source heat pumps. Each type has its unique features and benefits, catering to different climates and settings. We only install Daiken heat pumps which are the leading brand within the industry and are guaranteed to keep you and your family lovely and warm during the winter months.

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