Let’s kick carbon into touch!

Make changes today for a greener tomorrow

In order to achieve Net Zero carbon targets, we are all going to need to make changes to our day to day routines.

Our Kick the Carbon campaign aims to increase awareness of sustainability, while also showing the ways in which Bath Rugby, the players and supporters can make changes in their everyday lives to reduce carbon emissions.

Did you know that you can significantly reduce your carbon footprint by upgrading your home heating and installing a renewable technology? This is where Grant UK can help. With a Grant heat pump or solar thermal system, you can heat your home efficiently, sustainably, and lower your carbon emissions.

How we can help you kick carbon out

Keeping our homes warm and having reliable hot water are both incredibly important and Grant wants to help you achieve these two things as sustainably as possible. Using renewable energy within a heating system is one way to lessen carbon impact. Make the right choice for your home by upgrading your gas or oil boiler to renewable heating system today.

We supply a range of renewable heating products including air source heat pumps, solar thermal systems, hot water cylinders, underfloor heating and aluminium radiators, all of which are designed to work together for maximum efficiency to deliver years of sustainable home heating.

Why not visit our Knowledge Hub? It provides a range of information to help you make an informed decision about your next heating system, whether you want to learn more about Net Zero, how renewable heating products work, or to see how heat pumps have been successfully installed in other homes.

Find a local heat pump installer

More and more homes are using renewable heating technologies, with air source heat pumps being one of the most popular. Government funding initiatives, such as the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, are also helping to make the move to greener heating solutions with grants available to help finance heat pump installation costs.

It is important to thoroughly research the suitability of a heat pump in your home and heat pump installers can help with this. Installers should carry out a thorough assessment of your home, including a heat loss calculation, to ascertain the most appropriate system design to suit the heating and hot water demand of the household.

Grant UK’s G1 Scheme is our approved network of installers. G1 members who are approved for Grant air source heat pumps will be able to discuss the Aerona³ heat pump range in detail with you and they can also offer a 7 year guarantee on these heat pumps as well.

What we are doing to kick carbon out

Alongside our renewable heating products and providing advice and support on low carbon heating to homes nationwide, we have and are continuing to make changes within our business operations to be more sustainable as a company. The Grant Team are recycling more, wasting less and increasing the use of sustainable packaging to help lower the Company’s carbon emissions.

Grant Project Zero is our long-term carbon reduction programme which encompasses the entire business, an initiative which is focusing our attention and commitment to work towards Net Zero. We have already achieved Carbon Neutral status and in our new premises in Swindon, renewable energy will fulfil the electricity and heat demand for the offices and warehouses.

Lowering carbon emissions will not be achieved over night, but with us all making changes, no matter how small, we can make a big difference and help the planet.

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Case Studies

Read a selection of our case studies to view Grant renewable products in action and gain an insight into how these products could feature in your home.

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