Grant Knowledge Hub will help answer homeowners’ questions about heating
Leading heating technology manufacturer Grant has launched a new Knowledge Hub section on its website, dedicated to giving homeowners easy access to information and advice to help them make informed decisions when choosing heating technologies to best suit their home heating needs.
The new online knowledge hub platform currently features tips and advice, an education area, downloadable guides on how to heat a new build home or upgrade your current home heating system, real life case studies from Grant customers, an FAQs and glossary section to fill any knowledge gaps and a Virtual House, which allows visitors to take a tour and view how Grant products work together seamlessly as part of a full integrated heating system.
This new feature on the Grant website can be viewed through the homeowner section and aims to help customers, homeowners and self-builders increase their knowledge and understanding of the sustainable home heating technologies offered by Grant.
For homeowners who wish to upgrade their heating system, the Knowledge Hub will help them gain an understanding of Grants award winning heating products including the highly efficient HVO biofuel compatible Grant Vortex condensing oil boiler. For those building a new home, the Grant Aerona³ R32 air-to-water, air source heat pump range, offers the perfect solution to provide an energy efficient and cost-effective new build home heating solution.
In addition, visitors to the Knowledge Hub can learn more about how these two main heat sources can pair seamlessly with Grant integrated and pre-plumbed, pre-wired hot water cylinders and heat emitters including the Grant Uflex underfloor heating system and Grant Afinia aluminium radiators.
Barry Gorman, National Renewable Sales manager, said: “As carbon, comfort and cost saving remain at the forefront of the consumer’s mind when choosing a heating system for their home, we hope the launch of our new Grant Knowledge Hub will become a useful resource for homeowners and self-builders as they look to lower their carbon footprint, achieve cost savings and prepare their home heating system for the future.”