Developed with heating engineers, architects, specifiers, BER assessors and builders in mind, Grant’s integrated heating packages offer an integrated heating solution that will increase efficiencies and significantly reduce carbon emissions in the homes that are being built across Ireland.
A typical Grant Integrated Heating Package consists of a main heat source, water storage and heat emitters, with the choice of adding smart controls to each system for added efficiency. A new private housing development in Robertstown, Naas, Co Kildare, is one of the most recent recipients of Grant Integrated Heating Packages.
New private housing development in Robertstown, Naas, Co Kildare.
The private housing development has recently installed the 6kW Grant Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump as part of a bespoke integrated heating package, within 22 homes, with a further 15 more to be built in the next year.
Bespoke integrated heating packages
In order to ensure long-term heating efficiency, the homes were installed with bespoke integrated heating packages which were expertly designed by the Grant technical team. The Grant team worked closely with Cappagh Homes and DNA Partners, with specifications being carried out by Waterman Moylan.
The Grant Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump.
For a cleaner, more environmentally friendly home heating solution, a 6kW Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water, air source heat pump was installed in the properties as the main heat source, which can achieve high SCOP’s and is sustainable at low temperatures.
The Grant Aerona³ range has an ErP of A+++ and is amongst the most efficient air to water heat pumps in Ireland and is easy to install with its compact size. Furthermore, the Grant Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump range helps to achieve required compliance under building regulations.
Heat water faster and more efficiently
A 210L A-rated Grant pre-plumbed was chosen to supply the properties with 24/7 hot water. The Grant hot water cylinders are designed to heat water faster and more efficiently than standard cylinders. To ensure optimum efficiency across all the homes, the Grant Uflex underfloor heating systems and Grant Afinia aluminium radiators were also installed as heat emitters.
The Grant Afinia aluminum radiator range and the Grant Uflex underfloor heating systems were a great choice to heat individual rooms within the homes as these modern heat emitters can efficiently distribute heat, whilst offering versatility to support the overall design and architecture of the homes.
Throughout every new build project, Grant’s technical team work with heating engineers, building developers and specifiers daily to design bespoke integrated heating systems for one off new builds to multi-home developments. The Grant team will design, size and specify individual heating systems free of charge, to ensure each property’s heating system performs to its optimum efficiency.
If you are working on a new build project and would like to avail of the Grant Heating design service, send house plans, contact information and preferred choice of heat emitters – underfloor heating, radiators or both, to email@example.com
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