ProAir in the media



Award for Corofin man’s eco-heating firm (April 2016)

COROFIN man David McHugh was in Frankfurt at the weekend where he received on behalf of his firm, ProAir, the coveted Passive House accreditation for the company’s Heat Recovery Ventilation product. Read more here.


Why you need fresh, clean air in your home – and how to get it (November 2015)

The Examiner’s Kya deLongchamps looks at the science behind getting fresh, clean air into the home and the health consequences when there is insufficient ventilation in your home. To read more click here

National Construction Summit (June 2015)

David McHugh of ProAir Systems presented at the National Construction Summit 2015. His presentation focused on providing clients with the perfect indoor environment. To view the presentation click here.

Poor Design & Install Threaten HRV Market (December 2014)

In the December 2014 edition of Passive House Plus, David McHugh talks about the lack of quality standards in HRV systems. Read more here.




Claregalway Firm has Big Hopes for Global Sales (November 2014)

A NEW heat recovery and ventilation system being developed by Claregalway firm ProAir in association with the British Department of Energy has potential for global sales,  according to Corofin resident David McHugh who is managing director of the company. Read more here.

Malahide Tennis Club (June 2014)

Here’s a challenge, how do you create panoramic views down both sides of a long, narrow building – using extensive glazing – while still making the building energy efficient? Read more here.




ProAir is Lead Partner in UK Project (July 2013)

ProAir Systems  is now making major strides in markets both at home and in the UK where the development of the firm’s eco- friendly system for heating and ventilation of houses has been grant aided to the tune of over €0.5 million by the British Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC). Read more here.


Indoor Air Quality (March 2011)

Read the Irish Times article on the importance of proper ventilation and indoor air quality in the home. Read more here.


Cost Effective Energy Options (2010)

Many people live in traditional buildings. These include those built with solid masonry walls of brick and/or stone, often with a render finish, with single glazed timber or metal windows and a timber framed roof, usually clad with slate but often with tiles, copper or lead. Read more here.


Low Energy Standard Housing

(May 2010)

Staggeringly airtight ecological home in Athenry set to meet the Passive House Institute standard. Read More


(January 2010)

As more and more people upgrade their homes to make them more energy efficient, it’s crucial for them to consider installing some sort of ventilation system. Read More

Energy Upgrade Schemes

(January 2010)

Homeowners thinking of applying for Home Energy Saving scheme grants should pay close attention to a renovation project in Stillorgan, South Dublin. Read More

“See the Light” (February 2009)

Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) See the Light Conference 2009 – Energy Efficient Buildings, How Low Can We Go. Read more here.

Existing Home Refurbishments

(November 2008)

As the new-build sector grinds to a halt a window of opportunity has opened for builders, architects and other construction service providers – refurbishing Ireland’s existing housing stock. Read More

Going Green (May 2008)

With her energy efficient Green House finally complete, Catherine Cleary reflects on the process involved in turning a modest Dublin home into a house of the future. Read more here.

Reducing Energy Costs

(November 2007)

As the price of energy continues to increase, Emma Kennedy looks at ways you can reduce your bills. Read More

Insulate Tight and Ventilate Right

(November 2007)

Householders need to insulate and ventilate, says energy expert. Read more here.