Grant oil boilers win Which? Best Buys for second year running

Grant oil boilers win Which? Best Buys for second year running
Grant oil boilers win Which? Best Buys for second year running

The consumer group Which? has announced the results of their 2018 oil boiler survey which awards a coveted Best Buy to Grant’s low NOx boilers including the Vortex Pro Utility, Vortex Pro Combi and VortexBlue External ranges.

Grant is the only oil boiler brand to win a Best Buy for two consecutive years, once again recognising the qualities that both consumers and engineers have come to associate with Vortex and VortexBlue boilers. Furthermore, Grant has the only Blue Flame oil fired boilers to be awarded a Which? Best Buy with their VortexBlue models being the first of their kind to get this accolade.

Included amongst Grant’s 2018 Which? Best Buy boilers is the Vortex Pro Utility range. Consisting of standard and system models, the Vortex Pro Utility boilers incorporate Grant’s patented heat exchanger technology which ensures that they deliver exceptional seasonal efficiencies. The range also includes the slimline Vortex Utility 15/21kW model which, at only 348mm wide, makes it ideal as a direct boiler replacement in the kitchen environment.

The entire range of Grant Vortex Pro Combi boilers have also won Best Buys in the 2018 Which? survey. With excellent hot water performance, accurate temperature controls, and internal and external variants available, the Vortex Pro Combi range has been designed with both the installer and homeowner in mind. Every Grant Combi model comes with a factory-fitted 24ltr expansion vessel as standard saving time on installation and reducing costs because, in most cases, no additional external vessel will be required. In addition, the Pro Combi XS is a compact 26kW boiler which is only 515mm wide making for a straightforward replacement of older inefficient appliances which tend to be smaller in physical dimension.

As with all of Grant’s yellow flame boilers, both the Vortex Pro Utility and Pro Combi ranges are low NOx ready in anticipation of the new legislation coming into effect on 26th September 2018. Each model has been updated to incorporate low NOx burners and are fully compliant with the new emissions targets. With minimal noticeable differences to the products themselves, Grant’s R&D Team have been able to include the new burner technology into existing Vortex boilers, delivering continuity for merchants and installers. This latest product development once again demonstrates how Grant products seamlessly adapt to the new demands in the market.

Meanwhile, Grant’s VortexBlue boilers were launched in early 2016, far exceeding low NOx emission targets well in advance of legislation. The VortexBlue range includes three external heat only models available in outputs from 15kW up to 36kW. These oil-fired boilers incorporate the innovative Riello low NOx blue flame burner technology within the tried and trusted attributes of a Grant Vortex. Available with a comprehensive guarantee of up to 10 years (Terms and Conditions apply) and with the added endorsement of a Which? Best Buy, it is unsurprising why homeowners are choosing cleaner boilers, such as the Grant VortexBlue External range.

Whether end-users are looking for a new boiler to be located in their kitchen, a slimline, high performance Combi or an ultra-low NOx VortexBlue boiler to be sited outside their home, Grant has a Which? Best Buy oil boiler which can meet their requirements. As the only oil boiler manufacturer to win Best Buys in 2017 and 2018, and with so much choice with their ranges, Which? Grant boiler will you choose?

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