The church of St Michael and All Angels at Langley Green closed in 2007, and the building was sold to the Philippines-based church Iglesia Ni Cristo at the beginning of April 2014. The building is currently swarming with builders and undergoing an internal transformation that will leave a very simple interior that suits their style of worship and belief. All stained glass, tablets and the WW1 memorial cross have been removed. The church had all new roof works, electrics, windows, floor and paint works. Most importantly was the right sort of heating system needed.
The new Philippines-based owners had heard of the number one church heating company in the uk and contacted HeatinGlobal to advise onthe best way forward. The system needed to be simple to use, cheap running cost and fast warm up times. The church decided to install new fan assisted radiators in the main church and normal radiators in the side rooms complete with new toilet and wash rooms.
The church was completely stripped out back to the bear walls and all brand new pipes, controls and electrical supplies was installed. There was many new walls and storage rooms made so much of the new heating system needed to be installed in stages. The new boilers was a pair of wall hung condensing boilers complete with new circulation pumps, filter controls and thermostats. The second fix of the church heating system was then completed and fully commissioned to provide a nice warm welcoming church for all to enjoy.
Gary Saunders – project manager said: “ All we can say is the best advise from the best of companies. A fantastic job well done”
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