Earlier this year Grant launched its Multiple Package Solutions offering which provides those undertaking a new build or deep retrofit project the opportunity to have a property’s full heating requirements designed, quoted and supplied by the technical specialists at Grant, who can ensure optimum efficiencies by correctly sizing and combining multiple heating technologies.
Commenting on the offering Barry Gorman, Grant technical sales said, “Our Multiple Package Solutions offering is proving popular and we are delighted at the response it has received since its launch. In addition to helping save time in the design and specification of heating requirements for a property, the offering also provides customers peace of mind from knowing that each high-quality product is designed to partner with the other package components. Meanwhile, property owners get the benefit of having a highly-efficient heating system designed to provide greater long-term savings and a reduction in carbon emissions.”
The offering incorporates a range of high and low temperature heat sources including the A+++ Aerona3 R32 inverter-driven air source heat pump and award- winning range of Vortex condensing oil boilers. Following selection of a heat source, supporting technologies are specified to support the systems overall efficiency including Grant’s new pre-plumbed hot water cylinders which provide high performance and can work with one or more heat source. The final stage in the process focuses on selecting the correct heat emitters to suit both the property and the heat source’s needs and may include Grant Uflex underfloor heating, Grant Afinia aluminium radiators and Grant Solo fan convector radiators.
Avail of Grants Multiple Package Solutions in three easy steps:
- Send planning drawings to firstname.lastname@example.org
- A member of the Grant team will be in touch with you to discuss requirements
- You will receive full property specifications with recommended products all available from Grant
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