Graf UK has expanded its water management services to Ireland, offering stormwater management, wastewater treatment solutions and rainwater harvesting to projects across the country.
With its infamously unpredictable weather, and the possibility for both rural and urban applications, Ireland has a unique water management market, which is constantly evolving. Effective water management is a topical issue in the country; it has become a necessity for residential and commercial buildings to implement efficient solutions.
To take advantage of this need, Graf has opened a dedicated Irish headquarters in Dublin, which is supported by a warehouse facility in Galway. Led by area sales manager, Cathal Keane, the new branch offers installation and maintenance packages, as well as training and CPD seminars.
The company has also ensured that its complete portfolio of rainwater, stormwater and wastewater system is available to its new Irish customers.
Graf UK’s water management systems are tailor-made to suit specific applications, comprising all the necessary components for the complete installation.
The company also offers an accredited training programme, which is aimed at specifiers, installers and other industry professionals.
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