It’s a story that is not lost on Irish parents.
They are doing it for their childrens bedrooms and their own personal spaces.
“The carpeting is the carpeting we want,” said Michael McEwen, a father from Sligo who has three children aged five to eight.
He said he had been using the flooring to make carpeting on the wall of his home since it was first installed in 2013.
McEwen said the carpet was soft and durable, and was the right size for the area where his children were playing.
The carpet has a built in absorbent membrane, which helps absorb water when the floor is damp and creates a soft floor.
There are other benefits as well.
McEwan said the membrane absorbs dust and debris.
His three children have also been using it to create a soft, carpeted surface in the room where they sleep.
They also love it because it helps them get a good night’s sleep.
“My eldest has been doing it since he was four years old and he is so happy with it,” he said.
“It has helped him sleep at night and he has been very comfortable with it.”
We’ve had it installed in his room and it’s the first thing he’s ever bought.
“I’m happy with the carpet, it’s soft and I’m not having to worry about the floor or anything like that.”
He sleeps well and is getting good sleep.
“It’s not just carpeting though.
The Irish Association of Plumbing and Insulation (IAIP) has been working with other industry partners and companies to develop the technology, which is being used for carpet carpeting in the UK.
AIP president, Patrick Gallagher, said the technology is very affordable and would provide a significant cost savings for homeowners.”
The new technology will be a huge opportunity for home owners and those who are looking to buy a home,” he told The Irish Sun.
I’ve been working closely with the manufacturer and they are a great example of how we can work with the industry to create products and services that are affordable, efficient and will create jobs.
Gallagher said the association was looking forward to the new technology coming to Ireland and to the “big time” it will bring to the country.
IAIP has been in contact with other manufacturers to discuss possible uses for the technology and hopes to be able to offer them the support they need.
It would take about two to three years to produce and manufacture the carpet and its technology is being developed with the help of the National Science Foundation and the Irish Coat and Linen Association.””
I think it’s great that people are taking interest in this technology and that they are taking action to make this happen,” he added.
It would take about two to three years to produce and manufacture the carpet and its technology is being developed with the help of the National Science Foundation and the Irish Coat and Linen Association.
“There are many other companies around the world that are working on similar technologies that could help address the needs of our country,” he explained.
In the meantime, McElynns son Daniel has already started experimenting with the new carpeting and has been able to sleep soundly and has started to sleep better.
“Now I’m a lot less tired and I wake up at the end of the night and it doesn’t matter if I’m sleeping on a couch or in my bed,” he admitted.