Welcome to AquAid Belfast

Welcome to AquAid Belfast

AquAid Belfast has represented AquAid Northern Ireland for the past 18 years. The branch opened its doors in 2000 and is owned by Paul Henderson. Based in Boucher Place, Paul and his team supply a wide range of high quality water coolers and dispensers to customers in offices, work sites, medical centres, colleges and schools in and around Belfast.

Committed to meeting AquAid’s exacting customer service standards, they pride themselves on the superior service they provide to over 500 customers.

Areas Covered:  Antrim, Ballyclare, Ballygowan, Ballymena, Ballynahinch, Banbridge, Bangor, Belfast, Carryduff, Comber, Crawfordsburn, Downpatrick, Dromore, Hillsborough, Holywood, Larne, Lisburn, Newtownabbey, Newtownards, Portadown, Portglenone.

AquAid Belfast is located at: 6 Windsor Bus Park, Boucher Place, Belfast.

Belfast is city filled to the brim with a fascinating history, culture and unusual facts, such as:

  • In 1965, Professor James Francis Pantridge and Dr John Geddis, both working at the Royal Victoria Hospital, modified the hospital’s defibrillator using two car batteries to create the world’s first portable defibrillator. His invention, stationed in various locations, has saved thousands of lives throughout the world.*
  • The writer Clive Staples Lewis – known the world over as CS Lewis – is from east Belfast. Considered one of the intellectual giants of the 20th century, he wrote more than 30 books, including the universally acknowledged classics ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’. To date, the Narnia books have sold more than 100 million copies and have been turned into three major motion pictures.*
  • The Strand on the Holywood Road is the only remaining fully-functioning Art Deco cinema in Ireland.*
  • A series of hills flank the north-western side of Belfast, including Divis Mountain, Black Mountain and Cavehill. Cavehill is believed to have inspired author Jonathan Swift’s sleeping giant in his Gulliver’s Travels novel. When Swift resided at Lilliput Cottage near the bottom of Belfast’s Limestone Road, he imagined that the Cavehill resembled the shape of a sleeping giant safeguarding the city.*

Whether you’re based in Ballyclare, Holywood or Portglenone or any one of the other 18 locales AquAid Belfast services – the branch is more than equipped to meet all of your water cooler and water related product requirements.

Contact one of their friendly team today.

*sources: Belfast Telegraph; Travelling with the Jones