Air Conditioners

Mitsubishi Air Conditioners

Eagle Air Conditioning is an official business partner of Mitsubishi. We are proud to be able to offer these high-quality air conditioning systems to the Irish Market. Mitsubishi remains on the cutting edge of air conditioning technology by continuingly updating their range and refining their technology.
Our air conditioning experts are able to advise clients on the appropriate Mitsubishi air conditioning system for the unique requirements of their property.

To view Mitsubishi’s extensive range of air conditioning systems, please visit their website: mitsubishielectric.ie/products/air-conditioning/

For recommendations on the right air conditioners for your property’s requirements, get in contact with Eagle Air Conditioning today.

Toshiba Air Conditioners

As world leaders in electrics, Toshiba deliver world-class air conditioners to clients within the Irish market.
As air conditioning experts, we are available to supply and fit Toshiba air conditioners. After our site assessment, we can recommend the right Toshiba product for your property. We can install a system or upgrade an existing out-of-date air circulation system.

To view Toshiba’s extensive range of air conditioning systems, please visit their website: http://www.toshiba-aircon.co.uk/

Daikin Air Conditioners

Along with Toshiba and Mitsubishi, Daikin are one of the world’s leaders in air conditioning system manufacturing. Their quiet, highly efficient systems boast an innovative and sleek aesthetic that can seamlessly blend into the existing décor of a property.
We install, supply and can recommend the right Daikin Air Conditioners system for all our clients’ properties.

To view Daikins extensive range of air conditioning systems, please visit their website: www.daikinairconditioning.com/

To discuss the right air condition system for your property get in contact with Eagle Air Conditioning today.

F Gas Registered Installer

Eagle Air Conditioning is F Gas registered in line with F Gas Legislation with came into force in July 2007.

The main principle is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the containment and prevention of emissions; phase-out of these gases is not generally a requirement of the Regulation except for some specified uses.