Grant UK Installer Evenings spread the word with engineers

Throughout May and early June, Grant UK held a series of events in England, Scotland and Wales where installers were invited to learn more about Grant’s latest products. Engineers and merchants from up and down the country attended the Installer Evenings and feedback received on the night and afterwards indicates that the events were popular and useful. The Installer Evenings attracted around seven hundred attendees, all of whom got to see Grant’s latest innovative technologies and chat with their local Sales Managers.

Shaftesbury Installer Evening

Shaftesbury Installer Evening

At each event, a number of products were on display including the Grant VortexBlue oil-fired boiler, the Aerona³ inverter driven air source heat pump, and revolutionary Grant VortexAir oil boiler/ASHP hybrid. Interest in all three products was high, especially with the VortexAir whose dual-fuel function will broaden the product offerings that installers can offer to their customers. The Grant VortexBlue boiler and its 10 year parts and labour warranty (subject to Terms and Conditions) also attracted much attention with companies keen to know more about Grant’s G-One Accredited Installer Scheme and the benefits it delivers for its members.

Spalding Installer Evening

Spalding Installer Evening

The aim of these Installer Evenings was to bring Grant’s products to the engineers. By having all of the new ranges together in one place, installers were able to learn more about the technologies as well as meeting up with local merchants and fellow installers.

The positive comments that have been shared following the events would suggest that the Installer Evenings’ achieved their principal goal:

“Thanks to Grant UK for the presentation evening in Redruth – very professional and informative.”

Tenterden Installer Evening

Tenterden Installer Evening

“The Installer Evening at Grant UK HQ was a very useful opportunity to learn more about Grant’s range of products, especially the VortexAir hybrid.”

Grant UK would like to thank everyone who attended the Installer Evenings making the events a huge success. Grant strives to remain in touch with the people who work with their products so getting to see so many of you at the Installer Evenings was fantastic. Keep an eye on the Grant UK Events Diary for further upcoming dates that you may want to mark into your calendars!

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