Grant UK refreshes ‘find an installer’ search

Grant UK has updated its find an installer search facility with the new online tool now having an improved look and more user-friendly functionality.  

Find an engineer online search

Grant UK’s new find an installer tool supersedes the engineer search previously available on their website. The new facility provides homeowners with a selection of local heating companies in their area who install, service and repair Grant products, from oil boilers and cylinders to air source heat pumps, hybrids and solar thermal systems.  

With its additional functionality, the find an installer tool is a more extensive resource for consumers whether they are looking for a new heating system or looking after their existing Grant system.  

Allowing homeowners a deeper search 

A number of new features can be found on Grant UK’s find an installer online search. The improved tool allows homeowners to enter more criteria to tailor their search to their requirements. The styling of the search has also been updated with a new look throughout, and updated company profiles within the results page provide more comprehensive listings about the G1 installers, their businesses and the technologies they work with.  

Finally, homeowners can either contact their local installers directly, or they can contact up to three companies in one go using a new contact form function, which submits an email enquiry to the relevant heating engineers for them to follow up.  

“Providing customer support is at the heart of what we do”, explains Anna Wakefield, head of marketing at Grant UK.  

Generating job enquiries 

“Our new and improved find an installer search tool is not only a more useful, user-friendly feature for householders, but the search will visibly generate enquiries for the G1 Installers listed on our website.  

“Our previous engineer search helped thousands of visitors, and we anticipate the new tool to be used even more, especially as homeowners look for ways to make their home heating more efficient and sustainable.”