The following article about our new Build Centre appeared in the Fingal Independent 18th May 2010:
RENEWABLE energy solutions are increasingly becoming a must-have for householders but it can often be difficult to know where to source sound professional advice. Not anymore, however with the opening of the new PFC Build Centre Showroom in Rush, which will literally be the one-stop shop for all your eco-friendly and building needs.
PFC is a well known Construction Company based in North County Dublin with over 20 years experience in the building sector. Despite the current economic downturn, PFC has managed not only to maintain a thriving business, but to expand and diversify, which is testament to a hard working and forward-thinking company. The company is in the midst of significant change in response to customer demand as it incorporates sustainable building energy solutions into its traditional domestic and commercial build market. The company is registered with Sustainable Energy Ireland and is grant approved.
As part of this change and expansion, PFC is opening a new showroom on the Whitestown Road in Rush which will enable customers to see a full range of energy saving products under one roof. Customers are invited to drop into the showroom to view products, ask questions and receive professional advice and service from the PFC team.
The PFC team comprises Managing Director Pat Fitzgerald and Regional Contracts Manager Mick Coffey in addition to Philip Payne who heads up the Renewable Energy Division and Antoinette Daly, who brings 20 years experience in the building sector, responsible for marketing/sales and front of house in the new showroom. The team has a wealth of experience and knowledge developed through many years of reliable, professional and timely service within the construction industry.
The new showroom in Rush will display solar panels for heating and solar photo-voltaic systems for electricity generation, super efficient electric radiators , as well as fuel-free fires which work off bio-ethanol.
One of the advantages of PFC is that not only can you take advantage of what¹s on offer at their wonderful new showroom, but you can avail of their considerable building experience and building services. “Customers can bring their plans along and we can advise them of the possible building & renewable solutions available to them. We at PFC can see your project through from start to finish no matter how big or small”, Mr Fitzgerald explained.
For more information visit the website at www.pfcbuildcentre.ie or drop into the new showroom, open at 9am from Friday 21st May where customers are assured of a professional and friendly service.