WATCH: THE GRANT HOUSE | The project video

WATCH: THE GRANT HOUSE | The project video

Over the past few months, we’ve been showcasing The Grant House… a whole house renewable heating project.

The video below shows the transformation of the semi-detached property that initially had three bedrooms and underwent a large extension. A core part of the project was replacing the old heating system and upgrading it to a greener, more efficient alternative.

A Grant Aerona³ 13kW air source heat pump replaced the gas boiler that was previously heating the property and all the existing steel radiators were swapped for a combination of Uflex underfloor heating and Afinia aluminium radiators.

Working closely with the homeowners and their installer, Grant UK provided onsite technical support, system design assistance and ensured the new system was installed to MCS Standards and eligible for the Government’s Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive payments.

“This vlog takes a closer look at a whole house renewable heating project, interviewing the homeowners, the installer and Grant UK’s Technical Design Manager who worked together to make this Wiltshire family home more sustainable,” explains Anna Wakefield, Head of Marketing for Grant UK.

“It explains how the family home is now being kept warm, with significantly lower emissions, a much-reduced carbon footprint and lower fuel bills.”

About Grant UK
Grant UK has been designing and manufacturing reliable and easy to install heating products for over four decades. It’s product portfolio includes award winning Vortex oil fired condensing boilers and the latest renewable technologies like solar thermal, air source heat pumps, cylinders and condensing biomass (wood pellet) boilers, and an oil boiler/air source heat pump hybrid. The company also has a growing range of heat emitters from wet underfloor heating systems through to fan convectors and aluminium radiators.

The whole Grant House at your fingertips
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