Ideal Home Show

Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan Home Advice Theatre

Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan Home Advice Theatre at the permanent tsb Ideal Home Show features a series of talks across a wide range of home improvement topics.

One of many features at the show, the Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan Home Advice Theatre is a great opportunity for expert speakers to share their knowledge and advice on a number of subjects, including how to retrofit your home, how to avail of home energy grants, and how to plan and manage a successful new build or renovation and many more.

Some of our recent speakers from the Spring permanent tsb Ideal Home Show included Bob Flavin, SEAI, David McConnell, Mitsubishi Electric, Brendan Sidney, Energia Cosy Homes, Eamonn Fennelly, permanent tsb, Roisin Murphy, Eva Byrne, houseology, Louise Murphy, Sonas Bathrooms and many more.

Hear from Mitsubishi Electric specialist David McConnell at the Ecodan Advice Theatre and meet the team at the Autumn 2022 permanent tsb Ideal Home Show. 

David McConnell of Mitsubishi Electric will also discuss the latest developments in heat pump technology.

Heat Pump Technology

Mitsubishi Electric is a world leader in air conditioning systems and heating systems for residential, commercial, and industrial use.

The Ecodan air to water heat pump by Mitsubishi Electric has become the preferred heat pump system for retrofit projects in Ireland. Ecodan air source heat pumps are the renewable, low carbon alternative to traditional high carbon heating systems. This reliable, renewable heating technology delivers highly efficient sustainable space heating and hot water all year round.

The Mitsubishi Electric range of Ecodan air source heat pumps is one of the most advanced heating systems available for homeowners and businesses. With an A++ ErP energy rating label across the range, this is the ideal clean and green intelligent heating solution.

Book your stand at the Autumn permanent tsb Ideal Home Show

 For more information or to contact our booking team, talk to:

Show Director
Caitriona O’Connor
Direct line:  01 405 5558
Mobile: 086 8674488