New energy management controls unveiled at Ecobuild

Grant launched an array of new control solutions at Ecobuild in March, designed to optimise the efficiency of home heating.  The range incorporates weather compensation, sequence controllers, zone pumps and low loss headers.

Heating controls hugely affect system performance and efficiency and the correct control system not only makes it easier to maintain a more comfortable temperature within the home, but it keeps heating bills and CO2 emissions down by using less fuel.

The system includes a 5-year product guarantee and is suitable for individual dwellings, properties with several zones, installations with multiple heat sources or a combination of different heating technologies including renewables.

Along with allowing a number of heating appliances to be combined and accurately controlled, the controls can additionally provide many other benefits including individually controlled heating zones, the option to switch the system to hot water priority and boiler lead/lag rotation, equalising appliance running times for longevity of products.

Grant’s Design Department can also offer tailored system drawings incorporating these controls to make life easier for installers.

Grant UK increases offering to installers through revamped incentive scheme

March 2018 will see Grant UK rebrand its installer scheme with the launch of a redesigned online Portal, a new product registration app, and the introduction of a loyalty points rewards programme. In 2011, Grant UK launched an installer scheme designed to assist engineers in the field. Benefits for installersRead More

Grant UK donates £2,000 to local children’s charity

Throughout 2017, the staff at Grant UK were busy organising fundraising events for Julia’s House. From bake sales through to raffles, Grant UK’s staff helped raise £2,000 for this children’s charity whose work is based in Dorset and Wiltshire. At the beginning of 2017, Grant UK selected Julia’s House asRead More

Domestic RHI Tariff Uplifts

On 20th September 2017, the tariff rates for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) are increasing for biomass boilers, air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps. In August, the Government confirmed that the tariff rates for the Domestic RHI Scheme would be uplifted for some technologies, benefitting homeownersRead More

Changes to Domestic RHI Scheme in Spring/Summer 2017

NOTE: The election held in June 2017 meant that the proposed RHI reform regulations (detailed below) could not be laid before Parliament and come into force until after the election.  In December 2016, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy released details regarding proposed changes to the Domestic RHIRead More