Do your customers struggle to visualise installations? Grant has the solution

Grant UK has launched a new virtual house, featuring a range of Grant renewable heating technologies, on its online Knowledge Hub. Visitors can step inside this virtual reality to see how readily installed Grant heat pumps, cylinders, radiators and underfloor heating systems can be integrated to work together in the home.

The ‘Grant House’ could be of huge benefit to installers, as it aims to help homeowners on their own journey to net zero by, not only demonstrating how seamlessly renewable technologies can integrate into their home, but also showing finished installations. For example, upon entering the house, visitors can virtually warm their feet as they walk over the Uflex underfloor heating system in the hallway. Digital assets for social platforms

Grant is also providing digital content to all G1 Installers for use on their social media platforms to help raise awareness of the Grant products they install. The images can be accessed via the online G1 portal.

All images are G1 branded, enabling members to promote their G1 installer status. For installers who specialise in one Grant technology, there are specific versions which solely promote either oil boilers or air source heat pumps. Meanwhile, for installers who fit a range of Grant products, there are multiple combinations that showcase both Grant renewable and oil boiler products in single assets.

The company recognises that G1 installers need both product in traditional formats, such as printed brochures and data sheets, as well as digital content to help customers make informed decisions about the right heating system for their home.

Would your customers benefit from these digital assets? Do you use existing technology or real-life examples of installations to demonstrate this currently? We’d love to hear your thoughts.