We were recently incvolved in a large church heating project in East Huntspill, Somerset. After carrying out a site visit we designed a scheme to heat the naive, chancel and the vestry. Here’s a few photos of the finished project and a breakdown of each area.
Many church heating projects require a mixture of under pew heaters and quartz halogen heaters to make sure everyone is warm. This project in rural Somerset was no different.
To heat the church’s congregation in the nave, unobtrusive under pew heaters were specified and eventually installed throughout.
Pew heaters heat people directly and are not designed to heat all the air within a church like a conventional space heating system. This means you only heat occupied pews which in turn keeps running costs to an absolute minimum.
Unobtrusive under pew heaters were installed throughout the naive
Quartz halogen heaters were installed behind an arch to
heat the chancel
Spot Heating the Meeting Area
At the rear of the church, there is an open area which was used sporadically for meetings throughout the week. Here, quartz halogen heaters were specified to spot heat and create a warm zone.
Quartz halogen heaters are instantly effective and heat people directly making them ideal for a sporadically used areas. Click here for heater specs.
Church vestries are always a tricky area to heat as installers are often limited with space and mounting positions.
In this instance, we specified a wall mounted quartz halogen heater with a white finish. When switched off the heater went virtually unnoticed.
Our wall mounted quartz halogen heaters bled in with the
aesthetics of the church
BN Thermic specialises in energy efficient church heating systems for any size church or chapel. Contact us today on 01293 547 361 to discuss your church heating requirements.