Choose from these optional products to compliment your Grant solar thermal water heating system.

Grant WinterSol

The Grant WinterSol has been designed to provide homeowners with a fully heated cylinder of hot water during times when there may not be sufficient solar (or heat pump) gain, therefore ensuring hot water demand is satisfied. During the winter months, for example, 150 litres of hot water from aRead More

Grant CombiSol

With solar thermal systems increasing in popularity in the UK and many new and existing heating installations involving mains pressure combination boilers, a simple, cost effective solution to integrate these two technologies is a must. The Grant CombiSol is designed to do just that, and is uniquely compatible with mostRead More

Mag One Magnetic Filter

Innovative protection for all types of central heating system. Our latest Mag One is the perfect solution to prevent breakdowns caused by both magnetic and non-ferrous particulate in the central heating system. The revolutionary triple-action filter identifies and collects all types of non-ferrous debris and magnetite within the system.  The unitRead More

Case Studies

Out with the old and in with a new Grant Vortex

A three storey property in Argyll has recently upgraded its heating system with a Grant Vortex oil-fired boiler which is working alongside a Grant energy management control system, providing warmth throughout the building. Vortex oil-fired boilers are renowned for their efficiency, but the effect of energy management controls can sometimesRead More

Grant Solar tops prestigious Ochre Yards development

Thanks to Grant UK, residents of Block 7, Bellway Homes’ latest phase of the prestigious Ochre Yards development in Gateshead are enjoying ‘free’ hot water. Installed by John N Dunn Group Ltd to satisfy local Building Regulation requirements, the fifteen collector on-roof Aurora Solar Thermal System will generate a minimumRead More

Waveney District Council benefits with Grant Solar

Waveney District Council’s Manor Court sheltered housing scheme in Lowestoft, has not only increased the efficiencies of energy usage through the use of renewable technologies from Grant UK, but is also generating revenue from the production of electricity via the Governments’ ‘Feed-in Tariff’ (FIT) scheme. The Council in conjunction withRead More

Local Authority upgrades sheltered housing with Grant

Sheltered housing schemes in Archway Gardens and Willow Road featuring renewable products from Grant UK, have been instrumental in helping Stroud District Council (which won the prestigious 2010 Green Energy Award for being the South West’s most proactive Local Authority), with its green housing energy initiative. The award recognises theRead More