For more than 45 years, leading heating manufacturer Grant has combined innovation, performance and value for money to develop highly efficient, sustainable heating solutions and in-house services to benefit those working on new build and deep retrofit projects.
While the technology is sophisticated, Grant’s award-winning heating products are easy to install, help to maximise efficiency and ensure long-term carbon savings. This, in turn, provides time-saving support to engineers and installers and peace of mind from knowing that the heating systems for their projects are professionally designed and will achieve relevant compliance.
Some of the reasons why many engineers and installers across Ireland are choosing to work with Grant on their new build developments:
Achieving required compliance
By working with the technical specialists at Grant, installers and engineers are reassured that each professionally designed and specified heating system is bespoke to the property, using in-depth heat loss calculations and flow rates for each room.
Work with the technical specialists at Grant.
This free service helps save considerable time on projects and ensures compliance in terms of Part L of the building regulations in the Republic of Ireland.
Grant technologies are designed to work together
All technologies within the Grant portfolio have been designed to work seamlessly with each other and with ease of installation in mind. This includes the Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pump which is being installed as the main heat source within many new build properties across Ireland.
The Grant Aerona³ has quickly become a popular choice due to its cleaner, more environmentally friendly performance, and its ability to lower a property’s overall carbon footprint, which will ultimately help to achieve NZEB building standards.
The Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pump.
Furthermore, the Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pump works efficiently with Grant’s range of heat emitters, the Grant Uflex underfloor heating system and the Grant Afinia aluminium radiators to maximise efficiency all year round.
Onsite commissioning for all heat pumps
Following installation, all Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pumps are commissioned on site by Grant at no extra charge. This process ensures that the unit is installed correctly and set up to match the property’s individual requirements.
Once all required commissioning checks have been carried out by the Grant technical specialist, the onsite builder, plumber or homeowner will receive a demo of how the system works and will be issued with a completion certificate.
Distribution and aftercare
A full aftercare service is provided by the Grant Service Network, which includes trained technicians and installers located throughout Ireland.
Should any spare parts be required at any time, these can be supplied promptly to an installer through Grant’s dedicated network of merchants. The Customer Care team at Grant is also available for any other information that may be required.
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