63 oil boilers. 63 Which? Best Buys

Consumer group Which? has published the results of their 2017 boiler review, awarding a Best Buy accolade to all Grant oil fired condensing boilers – that is 63 Which? Best Buys!  Furthermore, Grant is the only manufacturer to receive an Oil Boiler Best Buy this year.

Grant’s extensive oil-fired condensing boiler range consists of Vortex and VortexBlue models, all of which have achieved a Best Buy status from Which? in 2017, one of the leading consumer organisations in the UK. These innovative boilers are a favoured choice amongst engineers and this latest review reflects the confidence that both homeowners and installers have in the Grant brand.

The Grant Vortex boiler range comprises of internal, external, wall hung, boiler house and combi models, with sizes from 12kW up to 70kW. They are also available with system options, and come with a 5 year guarantee when installed by a Grant G-One Installer (subject to T&Cs). With so much variety and versatility, Grant is able to offer a solution for a diverse range of scenarios, providing installers with the flexibility and choice they need when it comes to assisting their customers with their home heating needs.

The Vortex is designed with the homeowner and installer in mind. For end-users, the boilers achieve efficiencies of up to 93.3% (SAP: 2009) which help householders reduce their annual fuel bills. In addition, models such as the Vortex Utility 15-21kW and the Vortex Pro Combi XS 26kW are only 348mm and 515mm wide respectively, making these slimline boilers ideal options when space is at a premium. For installers, the boilers are user-friendly to work with, from installation through to servicing and maintenance throughout an appliance’s lifetime.

In early 2016, the Grant VortexBlue was launched, further expanding Grant’s oil boiler offering. The VortexBlue range, which includes 15 internal, external and combi models with outputs from 15kW up to 36kW, incorporates the latest Riello RDB BLU blue flame burner technology with the tried and tested attributes of a Grant Vortex boiler. Available with a 10 year guarantee when installed by a G-One Installer (subject to T&Cs), the VortexBlue offers the same high efficiencies expected from a Grant appliance while producing lower NOx emissions.

Last year, according to EUA statistics, Grant oil boilers were the number one selling models in the UK and, this year, they are the only oil boilers to achieve Which? Best Buys. Both of these achievements endorse the popularity of Grant’s oil offering amongst consumers and the trade.

Which oil boiler could be your best buy? Any Vortex. Any VortexBlue.

Please click here to read more about the Grant oil-fired condensing boiler range.

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