Grant’s latest Net Zero Heating Show podcasts discuss underfloor heating in depth

Grant UK has added two new episodes of its Net Zero Heating Show podcast to leading platforms to enable heating professionals, and anyone with an interest in sustainable and renewable heating, to download and listen.

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Grant UK’s hosts are joined by one of the heating sector’s leading female figures to learn more about her career in one episode and in the other, members of Grant UK’s in-house Design Team come together to talk about all things underfloor heating.

Focus on sustainable heating

These latest additions bring the total number of episodes within the Net Zero Heating Show, which launched in March 2022, to ten and each one places a different focus on sustainable heating.

In the first of the new releases, Matthew Beales returns as host to talk to underfloor heating and renewables specialist, Emma Morris, who is a familiar face in the heating sector. Interviewing Emma about her career, Matthew learns more about her experiences and her views on the renewables sector.

Helen Rishworth hosts the second new episode and is joined by Stuart McWhinnie and Steve Burton from Grant UK’s Design Team to discuss underfloor heating in depth. They consider the different types of underfloor heating systems available as well as exploring the key factors that need to be considered when it comes to design and installation.

“We are very pleased that two new episodes of our Net Zero Heating Show are now available for listeners to download and enjoy,” comments Anna Wakefield, head of marketing at Grant UK.

“We were thrilled to be joined by Emma as one of our guests and having the chance to hear her experiences of the sector from a female perspective. It was also great having two members of our Design Team take time out of their busy days to sit down and talk about underfloor heating. We hope that these latest episodes will not only be enjoyed by our existing followers but will also attract new listeners to the Net Zero Heating Show.”

To download and listen to the Net Zero Heating Show, please head to the leading podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify, or visit