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The Aerona³ air-to-water heat pumps are a sustainable heating solution.

Combining exceptional performance, reliability and value, a Grant heat pump is a renewable energy heat source which can significantly reduce a home's carbon footprint.

Air source heat pumps are going to play a major role in helping the country to achieve net zero carbon emission targets. Air-to-water heat pumps capture heat energy from the air and transfer this into ‘wet’ heating systems, such as radiators or underfloor heating.

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Design & installation

To help an air source heat pump to perform at its optimal efficiencies, it is important that the heat pump system is correctly designed, appropriately sized heat emitters are specified, the home is adequately insulated to reduce heat loss and a comprehensive customer handover takes place with the installer so that homeowners understand how their highly efficient, low carbon heat pump heating system will work.

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