Church heating boiler advice
Looking after the boiler in your church is extremely important, it’s the heart of the entire heating system, and without it, there would be no hot water. To ensure the maximum lifespan of your boiler, at the Church Heating Specialist we recommend following these useful guidelines:
1. Service – Regularly servicing your boiler is the first thing you should do, and we can provide a maintenance package to suit all requirements. Servicing means you also attain maximum efficiency of your church heating system, reducing running costs as well.
2. Under pressure – Low water pressure in a boiler is a common issue, and is indicated via the front panel. A drop in pressure could indicate a water leak, so check around the entire church. It can also drop pressure if the radiators have recently bled. You can re-pressurise the boiler yourself, just follow the instructions in your user guide.
3. Be safe – ensure your boiler is running safely by performing regular checks to avoid carbon monoxide leaks. This is the most dangerous types of hazard concerning your boiler and heating system, it carbon monoxide is invisible, odourless and doesn’t smell. You can fit an alarm to warn you of a leak, but prevention is always the cure. Our church heating engineers are Gas Safe Registered, so we can ensure your system is working safely.
Having a fully functioning and efficient church boiler is not only a positive for the costs and warmth of your church, however, in the long run, can help prevent further issues down the line such as frozen pipes, leaks and high church heating costs.
Get in touch with our expert team to as any further questions you may have on anything church boiler related.