Grant UK is going more social!

This month has seen Grant UK join two new social media platforms – Instagram and Pinterest – spreading the online word about our efficient heating solutions.

Grant UK has been established on Twitter and Facebook for a number of years but they have now joined Instagram and Pinterest to increase the number of channels through which customers can engage with Grant and their products.

Today’s world is an increasingly digital one, with more people turning to the internet to find answers to their questions. It is, therefore, important that organisations create a strong online presence to provide the support that their customers need. With two additional social media accounts, Grant UK hopes that more customers will be able to stay in touch with their latest product news and updates.

Instagram and Pinterest are platforms which both lend themselves to easily sharing photographs and infographics. Already uploaded on their Instagram account and Pinterest board are plenty of Grant product images, from the VortexBlue oil fired boiler range through to the innovative VortexAir Hybrid. Installation photos will also be shared through these channels, helping homeowners to envisage how well a Grant heating appliance can fit into their home.

Grant UK will be sharing useful links and news stories as well which will hopefully be of interest to those in trade, and it is anticipated that followers on these platforms will also engage in sharing content to join the online conversations and discussions about the heating industry.

Alongside Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, Grant UK also has its own YouTube channel where their product videos can be viewed and shared. Designed to provide support for installers and homeowners alike, the videos available on Grant UK’s YouTube channel cover a selection of topics from commissioning and installation assistance through to guides on the RHI Scheme.

To follow Grant UK on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or watch their videos on YouTube, please click on the links below:

 

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