GRANT ACHIEVES DOUBLE RECOGNITION FROM LEADING CONSUMER BODY WHICH?

Corporate Communications
December 18, 2018

Ireland’s award-winning manufacturer of home heating technologies, Grant has been awarded a coveted Which? Best Buy for its low NOx and Blueflame Vortex condensing oil boilers including the Vortex Pro Utility, Vortex Pro Combi and VortexBlue External/Outdoor ranges.

Grant is the only Irish oil boiler manufacturer to achieve such an accomplishment over two consecutive years. This endorsement places Grant on a footing equivalent to some of the world’s best known home appliance brands in the UK market

Furthermore, Grant has the only Blue Flame oil fired boilers to be awarded a Which? Best Buy and is the first of their kind to receive this accolade.

Grant Founder, Stephen Grant commented, “Attaining this level of recognition from Which? is a significant accomplishment for us that not only demonstrates the excellent standard that our products champion, but also the great service and attention to detail provided by the Grant team, from initial product research and development, right through to customer service.”

“As part of such a competitive market, being the only oil boiler manufacturer to receive a Which? Best Buy accolade for two successive years is what truly sets us apart and bolsters our position at the forefront of the home heating industry in both the UK and Ireland,” said Stephen.

Grant has been providing homes throughout Ireland with innovative heating technologies for over 40 years and has an extensive product portfolio including the popular range of Vortex condensing oil boilers and the VortexAir Hybrid and Aerona3 air source heat pump range which achieves Part L compliance for new builds.

Stephen added, “We are very proud to offer homeowners some of the most highly efficient and reliable heating solutions on the market that not only offer value for money but also exceed industry expectations – for example – our range of Vortex condensing oil boilers met low NOx requirements as outlined in the EU’s Energy-related Products Directive four months ahead of the September 2018 deadline. We look forward to continuing this lineage with further exciting product developments set to unfold in the coming months.”