Believe it or not, underfloor heating is not a new concept, it’s been around for hundreds of years, and can be traced back as far as the Roman times.  With buildings constructed on top of a maze of passage ways, hot air was pumped into the crevices from a furnace, in turn heating the floor above.

Although the technology has changed, the principal is still the same. They can work in two ways, by having hot water pumped around a network of pipes, or an electrical heating element system, both directly under the floors surface.  Underfloor heating provides an evenly distributed heat source for any sized room.

The benefits of underfloor heating for churches make the system an easy choice for many parishes. They are easy to adjust and control, provides even heat distribution over a large area, are hidden away, completely silent, but most of all, are extremely cost effective.

For a quote on underfloor heating for your church, or to see if you qualify for a grant, please contact us