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Grant’s integrated heating solutions delivering efficiency to residential projects throughout Ireland

Housing development in Robertstown, Naas, County Kildare.

Grant continues to lead the way in innovative home heating technologies that ensure Irish homes can benefit from highly efficient, sustainable, low-cost heating.

Having largely transformed into a renewable heating company, Grant’s product portfolio boasts a wide range of award-winning technologies including the Aerona³ air to water air source heat pump, the HVO biofuel compatible Grant Vortex boiler and multiple supporting technologies including hot water cylinders, aluminium radiators and underfloor heating.

The globally renowned heating manufacturer works closely with local authorities, builders, developers, architects and engineers to offer support and guidance on integrated heating solutions which ensure compliance under building regulations for single new build dwellings through to larger new build developments.

A new social housing development in Rathdrum, County Wicklow has recently installed the 6kW Grant Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump and a 210 litre Grant pre-plumbed hot water cylinder as part of a bespoke integrated heating package solution, within all 61 homes included in the development.

Barry Gorman, National Renewables Sales Manager at Grant explains: “Installing a 6kW Grant Aerona³ heat pump as the main heat source has provided each home with a cleaner, more environmentally friendly heating solution, which can achieve high SCOP’s and is sustainable at low temperatures. With an ErP of A+++ the Aerona³ is highly efficient, easy to install and compact in size.”

6kW Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pump.

A new residential housing development located in Robertstown, Naas, County Kildare, has also chosen to install the 6kW Grant Aerona³ R32 air source heat pump as part of a bespoke integrated heating package solution for its 22 homes, with a further 15 homes due to be built this year.

As part of the integrated heating package solution for this residential development, the Grant Uflex underfloor heating system and Grant Afinia aluminum radiators were installed as heat emitters within each home. Heating each individual room, these modern heat emitters efficiently distribute heat, whilst offering versatility to support the overall design and architecture of the homes.

Gorman adds: “To ensure maximum efficiencies and long-term carbon and cost savings for each of the homes in the projects we support, a bespoke integrated heating package solution is designed by our in-house technical specialists. On receipt of house plans, our team carries out in-depth heat loss calculations to enable us to correctly size and specify the best suited heating technologies and carefully combine these for every project. This professional service is helping to save considerable time on new-build projects of various scales and sizes throughout the country.”

Avail of Grant’s Integrated Heating Package Solutions Design Offering:
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