Grant’s free-of-charge home heating design service is helping those working on new-build and retrofit projects save time and have the property’s full heating requirements designed and quoted under one roof.
On receipt of planning drawings, the Grant technical team carry out full room-by- room heat loss calculations based on SR:50 guidelines which prove compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations for new builds. This is followed by the specification of correctly-sized heating technologies based on the heat load for each individual room, including the main heat source required for the property and identification of appropriate supporting technologies such as hot water storage and modern heat emitters.
Commenting on the Grant Heating Design Service Barry Gorman, National Renewable Sales Manager, said: “This service helps architects, engineers and builders working on or planning new-build and deep retrofit projects save time. In addition to providing room-by-room heatloss calculations and specifying the best suited heating products for the property, our team will work with the specifier to ensure compliance with Energy Performance Coefficient (EPC) and Carbon Performance Coefficient (CPC) requirements, and that 20% of the total energy use of building is sourced from renewables. We also work with the BER assessor for the project to ensure future compliance and Building Energy Rating (BER) certification.”
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