We've all seen the adverts for the likes of Nest and Hive, which allow you to control the heating system of your home from a smart phone powered app, but did you know the same solution is now available for your church?
The Church Heating Specialists based in Manchester can supply and fit a more professional and industrial grade system for your church. the Tado system is more versatile in that it can control multiple zones, set timers and calculate your proximity from the church. This intuitive wireless heating system is the very best available for larger properties such as churches which require a more complex set up, but from a user interaction point of view, it couldn't be easier to operate.
With an app available to download for free on any smartphone, complete freedom and flexibility, the control of your church heating system really is just an app tap away. Available on Android, Apple and Windows powered phones, the easy to use app gives you complete customisation of your church heating system, right from the comfort of your own home.
For more information on our WiFi powered smart church heating controls, click here and we can give you a free quotation and church assessment for a wireless system.
Most people believe that turning a heating system on full from a cold setting is the best way to save money and work a heating system but in large spaces such as a church any system should be run via a min/max stat. This works by having a minimum temperature in church of around 7-10 degrees and then a maximum temperature of around 18-20 degree when required. When you fire a system from a cold setting not only has the amount of water volume gone cold but the fabric of the building has. So when you first fire the system the boiler needs to get the system water hot and then the fabric of the building.
The now cold walls will drag all the warm air into them until its warm and only then will the church begin to feel warm which can take as much as 2 hours longer running time. By leaving the thermostat on a low level temperature it will circulate warm water when required but not let the fabric get cold. Once the system is then in demand the warm air will not take as long to heat the church. This will then shut off the maximum thermostat control shutting off the boiler and saving cost on running the system. This will also protect the building from damp and condensation which is a minimum amount of requirement needed in any listed building no matter what the grade.
Check out our church heating advice page here for more helpful tips.
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