Grant has been designing and manufacturing reliable heating products for nearly four decades.

About Us

From award winning oil-fired condensing boilers to the latest renewable products, our heating systems have a reputation for quality that is second to none.

We never compromise on quality. All of our products are designed so that you can be sure the durability and efficiency are market leading. We continually develop new innovative technologies and utilise only the best materials to ensure Grant products meet performance and legislative standards. Our belief in straightforward solutions guarantees that, while our technology is sophisticated, our heating appliances are low maintenance and simple to install.

Grant manufacture heating systems that respond to the challenges of rising fuel costs whilst protecting our environment. This ecological responsibility is central to all that Grant do and we will continue to innovate the most efficient products that make best use of our natural resources. We are passionate about developing sustainable, high-performance and affordable alternatives for heating homes into the future.

Grant UK raises £500 for local charity in December

December can be a hectic time of year with Christmas preparations, but last month was especially busy for Grant UK’s staff who were involved in various fundraising activities for local children’s charity, Julia’s House. Throughout December, a range of charity fundraisers were held at Grant UK’s Head Office in DevizesRead More

Competition winner joins Grant UK to cheer on Bath Rugby!

Grant UK recently ran a competition in Professional Builder and the lucky winner was Steven Beale who won a pair of hospitality tickets at Bath Rugby to watch the boys in blue, black and white take home the win on 3rd December. In the September issue of Professional Builder, GrantRead More

Changes to the RHI Scheme: Spring 2016

At the beginning of March 2016, the Department of Energy and Climate Change announced a number of changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive which are planned to come into force on 24th March 2016. Six key amendments are due to be introduced but further changes could also be announced. AsRead More