Heat pump range driving growth for Grant
For over 40 years, Grant Engineering has operated at the forefront of the heating industry in Ireland through its design and manufacture of innovative heating solutions.
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The company says its commitment to innovation, growth and serving the local community has remained consistent, ensuring that its heating technologies always achieve optimum efficiency for homeowners.
With a diverse product portfolio, Grant has continued to advance its range of highly efficient heating technologies over the years to help future-proof homes for their changing heating needs. The focus on sustainability is a priority for the company along with helping homeowners throughout Ireland on the journey to achieving decarbonisation.
Having developed air-to-water air source heat pumps for almost 10 years, Grant launched its third-generation heat pump, the A+++ Aerona3 R32 air-to-water heat pump back in 2016. The award-winning heat pump range is available in outputs of 6, 10, 13 and 17 kW - with the 13 and 17 kW models also being recognised for their quiet operation by the internationally acclaimed Quiet Mark.
The company’s product portfolio also includes a range of easy to install, sleek in design heat emitters and supporting technologies including domestic pre-plumbed hot water cylinders, the Uflex underfloor heating system, and the Afinia aluminium radiator range, as well as state-of-the-art smart heating controls. Each Grant technology has been specially designed and developed to work together to achieve the best possible efficiency rating and meet all relevant requirements as set out by building regulations.
According to Barry Gorman, national renewables sales manager at Grant: “As a leading manufacturer of heating products we are seeing first-hand how homeowners throughout Ireland are embracing the need for a decarbonised future. Our commitment to innovation and reducing environmental impact is highlighted through the increase in interest and demand for our renewable technologies including the Grant Aerona3 R32 air-to-water air source heat pump and our heat emitter ranges.
At Grant, research and innovation is at our core and we are constantly working hard to ensure our heating technologies are one step ahead in enabling homeowners to feel assured that a Grant heating system will help immensely on their journey to zero carbon.
“In addition, more homeowners are choosing to avail of our free of charge heating design service which allows our technical specialists to design, size and specify the full heating solution for individual homes. Grant has developed an enviable range of highly efficient heating products that offer a one stop solution to achieve a comfortable, sustainable and cost-effective way to heat both new build and retrofit properties.”
Visit www.grant.eu for more information on Grant’s range of innovative heating solutions. You can also follow Grant on Facebook and Twitter @GrantIRL or Instagram @Grant_IRL.
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