St Peters in Cheshire is the latest church to receive the church heating specialist treatment, and it couldn't come soon enough. The existing underfloor heating system that was recently installed by another company wasn't sufficient enough to provide enough heat for the size of the building.
Having previously provided a proposal for a new heating system, the church opted to go with another company, as they offered a cheaper price. But the price was not like for like. The system we proposed was more expensive, but was more suited to the size of the building.
After having the work completed, the church quickly realised that there was not enough heat being produced by the underfloor heating alone, and so they asked our engineers to come back and help out. We upgraded their existing system by fitting wall mounted radiators to the boiler, and now it works better than they could have possible imagined.
The new church heating system is also now a lot more efficient, because it doesn't have to work as hard to heat the rooms, in turn reducing the monthly heating bill. Karen ward, the church warden, is delighted with the work, and was greatly appreciative f the hard work and effort our heating technicians put in to correcting the previous companies work.
A couple in North Wales are offering £1,000 to any Facebook user that helps to sell their converted chapel home. Lizzi Pickton and Eden Sutcliffe are trying to sell the former Baptist Chapel Noddfa, with little success, so have turned to social media to help them out.
The converted church features a beautiful mosaic tiled floor, traditional stained glass windows and even the original raised pulpit area, which is being used as a dining room. There is also almost an acre of land which backs on to a stunning view of the mountains.
The church heating system has also been upgraded from the original old fashioned system to a new, modern and more efficient boiler run system
The church located in Corris, near Machynlleth was originally built in 1898, and can can be found on the very edge of Snowdonia National Park with views of Cadair Idris. The 19th Century former chapel is now being sold as a home, thanks to a creative use of Facebook and social media.
Former Baptist Chapel Noddfa, built in 1898 in Corris, near Machynlleth, was a place of worship until it was renovated in the 1970s. On the market for £199,000 (minus the £1,000 bonus for the Facebook user who's 'share' results in a sale.
As with all online marketing strategies, the intention in using friends networks on Facebook is to reach a much wider group of people, who could be the next potential owner.
The couple have tried to sell the property through an estate agent in the traditional way, but with little luck. The response has been very positive and has been ‘shared’ quite a lot and the post has had a lot of comments, with people saying how beautiful the home is. The chapel has also been put on Twitter, and the property has secured 4 viewings so far
No only will the person who shares the post with the eventual buyer that they know will receive £1000, but the couple are also offering £500 to the person who shares it to the person who ‘shares’ to the eventual buyer if they don't know them.
St George the Martyr Church in Wash Common, Newbury, between Swindon and London, will be warmed up with a £39,000 grant.
The environmental grant has been awarded to the local church, along with one other in the area to improve their current church heating systems. Veolia Environmental Trust (VET) has awarded has presented the grant of nearly £40k to the Church which will go towards the installation of a new heating system for the church’s community hall area.
A state of the art under-floor heating system, which is powered by a renewable energy system, will replace the old boiler and radiator system that is currently in place. The existing system is inefficient, and is not only losing money, but also damaging the environment.
The community Church on Andover Road is just one of 77 churches that have received a church heating grant from Veolia Environmental Trust, which total to £2,500,000 worth of funding. To find out if your church is eligible for a grant, call the church heating experts now on 0161 211 6955
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