St Peters Church Pavenham, Bedfordshire St Peters Church is a fascinating building in the heart of rural England. The oldest parts of the structure date back to the thirteenth century but changes have been made throughout the years with significant alterations taking place in the Victorian era.
In this blog we look at a recent church heating project where under pew heaters and quartz halogen heaters were both specified and installed. Here’s how it unfolded.
We were delighted to receive an invitation to visit the beautiful 12th century church at Medbourne in rural Leicestershire. The existing church heating system, utilising a number of ceramic heaters mounted at high level, was not proving to be effective and the congregation were keen to investigate alternatives.Our engineer spent time talking to members of […]
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.