We’ve been honoured to win many prestigious awards over the years. These relate to both product innovation and our service commitment to the heating industry as a whole.

Awards

2017

Which? Best Buys 2017 for all Vortex and VortexBlue oil boilers

Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards 2017 Overall Achievement Award (Stephen Grant, Founder of Grant Engineering)

Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards 2017 Best Marketing Campaign of the Year (Grant Engineering)

Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards 2017 Manufacturer’s Representative of the Year (Joe Conroy, Grant Engineering)

2016

Architects Choice Awards Best Renewable Product 2016 (Grant VortexAir oil boiler/ASHP hybrid)

Domestic Heating Supplies (Guernsey) Supplier of the Year 2016 (Grant UK)

Wolseley Conference Best Product Innovation 2016 (Grant VortexBlue oil boiler)

Plumbing & Heating Awards NI Innovative Product Of The Year 2016 (Grant VortexAir oil boiler/ASHP hybrid)       

Plumbing & Heating Awards NI Best Marketing Campaign 2016 (Grant Engineering) 

2015

Heating & Renewables Awards Product Innovation of the Year 2015 (Grant Vecta Biomass Boiler)       

Heating & Renewables Awards Training Initiative of the Year 2015 (G-One Installer Scheme)       

SEAI Energy Show Overall Product of the Show Winner 2015 (Grant Vecta Biomass Boiler)

SEAI Energy Show Best Renewable Product 2015 (Grant Vecta Biomass Boiler)

2014

Plumbing & Heating Awards Overall achievement award (Founder/Director of Grant Engineering, Stephen Grant)

OFTEC Best Website 2014

2012

Plumbing & Heating Awards Innovative Product of the Year 2012 (Spira Biomass Boiler)

OFTEC Training Center of the Year 2012

OFTEC Innovative Product of the Year 2012 (Grant CombiSOL)

OFTEC Best Website 2012

2011

SEAI Awards Product of the Year 2011 (Spira Biomass Boiler)

2010

OFTEC Training Centre of the Year 2010

OFTEC Innovative Product of the Year “Runner up” 2010 (Aerona ASHP)

2008

Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2008  (Founder/Director of Grant Engineering, Stephen Grant)

OFTEC Training Centre of the Year 2008

OFTEC Green Initiative of the Year 2008

Which? Best Buy Product 2008 (Vortex Combi)

SEI Energy Services Award 2008 (Green business focus)

2007

PHPI Top Product Award 2007 (Grant Solar Thermal)

2006

OFTEC Training Centre of the Year 2006

2005

OFTEC Training Centre of the Year 2005

2004

H&V News Training Initiative of the Year 2004

2003

H&V News Domestic Product of the Year 2003 (Vortex Boiler)

OFTEC Training Centre of the Year 2003

 

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