Grant UK supporting the Heating & Renewables Roadshow 2015!

 

 

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The Heating & Renewables Roadshow is bringing together industry experts and the latest efficient heating technologies at five venues within two weeks during September, and Grant UK will be with them at every stop.

With locations situated throughout the UK, the Roadshows will offer visitors the opportunity to see the upcoming heating technologies that will be featuring in the low carbon homes of the future. In addition to the 60 exhibition stands, there will also be a seminar programme at each of the five Roadshows where presentations and discussions will be led by leading bodies within the heating and renewables sector.

Grant UK will have one of their display vans at each of the venues. Not only this, the first 100 visitors at each of the Roadshows who buy a cup of tea or coffee from the catering arena will receive a free Grant UK mug – and we all know that a hot drink tastes better when drunk from a quality mug!

Aboard the Grant UK vans, there will be a selection of products available on display alongside the technically trained Sales Managers who will be able to answer your questions about any of the technologies as well as Government schemes, such as the Renewable Heat Incentive. Product literature will be available to take away so whether you install heating systems or are a homeowner interested in making your home greener, be sure to pop by. Grant UK can be found at Stand 112 at each of the venues.

WIN-Samsung-Tab4-imageThe Roadshow venues are listed below:
10th September 2015 ~ Richoh Arena, Coventry
15th September 2015 ~ Westpoint Arena, Exeter
17th September 2015 ~ FIVE, Farnborough
22nd September 2015 ~ Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
24th September 2015 ~ Event City, Manchester

At each of these five venues, Grant UK are offering visitors the chance to win a Samsung tablet. To be in with a chance of winning a Galaxy Tab 4, simply visit a Grant display van at one (or more!) of the Heating and Renewables Roadshows and leave your business card with the Grant Sales Manager.

On the evening of 10th September, after the Midlands Roadshow, the Heating and Renewables Awards Ceremony will take place. This awards evening recognises the leading products in the heating and renewables industry as well as acknowledging the skilled installers who fit them and the imaginative projects which utilise these products to their best advantage.

Categories this year include Contribution to Heating and Renewables, Oil Installer of the Year, and Commercial Project of the Year. Grant UK is very proud to be included on the Shortlists for two of this year’s awards. The G-One Installer Scheme is a contender for the Training Initiative of the Year; meanwhile, the Vecta Condensing Biomass Boiler is shortlisted in the Heating and Renewables Innovation of the Year category. On Tuesday 10th September, we will know who the award winners are so keep in touch to be updated!

The Heating and Renewables Roadshow alongside the Awards are set to make September a busy month, and Grant UK hopes to see many of you at one of the five venues. To find out more about the Roadshow, please click here. Or, if you want to register for tickets, please click here.

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