The deployment of renewable home heating technology is a top priority for Grant in Ireland

by | Feb 21, 2023

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For over 45 years Grant’s innovative heating solutions have been helping to address the problem of rising energy costs and reduce carbon emissions, whilst contributing towards a greenerfuture throughout Ireland and further afield.

The leading heating technology manufacturer is at the cutting edge of sustainable and innovative product development and continues to adapt and expand its product portfolio to include a wide range of renewable heating technologies including air to water air source heat pumps, solar thermal panels, underfloor heating, hot water cylinders, aluminium radiators, and condensing wood pellet boilers.

Heat pumps are being used most commonly as the main heat source in new build homes. The Grant A+++ Aerona3 R32 air to water, air source heat pump is available in four outputs (6kW, 10kW, 13kW and 17kW) and offers a superior seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) even at colder temperatures.

This award-winning heat pump range has become a popular choice amongst those in property construction due to its cleaner, more environmentally friendly performance, and ability to lower a property’s overall carbon footprint.

Grant’s UFlex underfloor heating system

Commenting on the company’s commitment to helping reduce Ireland’s carbon footprint in the home heating sector, Barry Gorman, National Renewables Sales Manager at Grant said, “We are delighted to be working on many new build developments throughout Ireland to help to advance the deployment of renewables.

“Now is the time to educate those in the construction industry throughout Ireland on the importance of choosing renewable heating technology, like our Grant Aerona3 heat pump system. Our heat pump technology can deliver a fully decarbonised, resource efficient home heating system, whilst also allowing long term cost saving and increased comfort.”

When installing a heat pump as part of a new build project, Grant’s Uflex underfloor heating system is usually the heat emitters of choice. The Uflex system works effectively at a low temperature so is the perfect technology to complement the highly efficient Grant Aerona3 heat pump to ensure the property conserves energy and makes financial savings for the homeowner.

Grant’s diverse range of renewable heating technologies work together seamlessly, to provide a fully integrated, efficient and cost effective heating system for a property. However, it is important that those working on the early construction process of a property ensure all heating technologies are sized and specified correctly.

Grant offers those in the trade a free of charge heating design service which removes the time and hassle out of the heating design process for builders and heating engineers.

After submitting property plans and heat emitters of choice, Grant’s team of technical specialists will design, size and specify the most efficient Grant heating technologies in line with the property and its occupants needs.

To avail of Grant’s heating design service send property plans and choice of heat emitters to [email protected]

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