The Church Heating Specialist have been involved with All Saints Church in Liverpool for a number of years with on going repairs and slight upgrades to help the church heating ticking over until they could finally get the funded they needed.
The previous church heating system was a natural convection radiator system, and based on our heat loss calculations, was massively under sized when first installed all those years ago. It was split into a 4 zone heating system and this worked for the church due to how busy things was getting. It was all being heated by a couple of old cast iron boilers and failing pumps so the sooner it could be changed the better. The plan was to remove the old floor standing heating boilers and to install a couple of new wall hung boilers in the vestry room and re-route all the new pipes down into the old boiler room which will save on space. All the new supplies were connected into a new low-loss header kit complete with primary and secondary pump circuits. All the existing under sized radiators were removed and replaced with new fan assisted radiators providing an even heating system throughout the church.
The new radiators were installed in the same position as the existing so reusing the current pipe work. A new electrical supply was installed to each heater along with a new heating control system. The new heating control was completed with a weather compensation kit along with new flow and return sensor pockets.
This large project took a total of 2 weeks to complete, leaving the church with a highly efficient heating system which now heats the church quickly, and has reduced the running cost by over half.
Arthur Cooper – “ Thanks for helping out over the years and being so patient with us, running back and forward to help us out shows what a well dedicated company you are and how much you take care and pride in your work, God bless you all”