3 Steps To Achieving An Energy Efficient Home Heating System

Whether you are a homeowner, architect, engineer or property developer completing a new build project, the energy efficiency of the property’s heating system is a top priority.

Paying careful consideration to all elements within a home heating system – including the main heat source, hot water cylinders and heat emitters – can help ensure that your home is being as efficient as possible all year round. With a growing focus on more sustainable forms of home heating, it is also important that the heating system meets Part L requirements as outlined in building regulations.

Helping to make the process straightforward, leading manufacturer of heating technologies Grant has launched a Multiple Package Solutions offering to provide a property’s full heating specifications. Taking advantage of the manufacturer’s growing product range and free design service, you can have a property’s full heating requirements designed, quoted and supplied all under the one roof in just three easy steps.

1.            Send your planning drawings to heatpump@grantengineering.ie or call 057 912 0089

2.            A member of the Grant team will be in touch with you to discuss requirements

3.            You will receive full property specifications with recommended products

Combining multiple technologies such as a Grant Aerona³ air source heat pump with Grant hot water cylinders and suitable heat emitters including Grant Solo fan convector radiators, Grant Afinia aluminium radiators or underfloor heating, can take a property’s heating system into a new class of efficiency and help provide greater long-term savings for the homeowner. 

Available in a number of outputs, the Grant Aerona³ air source heat pump range is a key feature within the Multiple Package Solutions offering and a popular choice for new builds as it helps to meet compliance with building regulations. Alongside its environmentally-friendly benefits, models within this range champion great performance and can deliver over four times the amount of energy for every 1kW of electricity used.

Grant Aerona³ R32 Air Source Heat Pump

Understanding the increasing demand for more renewable home heating products and looking ahead to upcoming legislative targets highlighted in the 2014 EU Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas Regulations, Grant recently introduced a new A+++ 13kW model into the Aerona³ range. This newest model features R32 refrigerant which provides greater environmentally-friendly benefits than typical heat pump refrigerants. This R32 refrigerant will place the Aerona³ 13kW R32 model as the number one choice for those wishing to futureproof their home and will be featured in all models within the Aerona³ range in the coming months. 

Grant Afinia Aluminium Radiator

Grant’s design service can also outline suitable heat emitters from its extensive offering to complement the operation of the main heat source and accompanying hot water cylinders. This includes the Grant Solo fan convector radiator range which features three models and is ideally suited for those with areas of their home that could be harder to heat, such as larger rooms with high ceilings. The Grant Afinia aluminium radiator range features a slim profile and compact design and is available from 6-20 panels as either vertical or standard radiators, allowing greater flexibility for the installation. Grant can also provide homeowners with specifications for underfloor heating products that can easily integrate with any heating system.

Visit here for more information on Grant’s full home heating solutions.

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