Church Heating Systems

Atmostherm Ltd are one of the few diocese approved Church Heating System Installers

Replacing or updating a church’s heating system can be a significant investment for a church owner, so needs to be given careful consideration. Churches can be difficult places to heat effectively.

For a working church, it’s heating system can affect the wellbeing of its contents, its congregation and its staff. For a converted church, the challenge is to provide a system which can successfully heat either an apartment conversion or create a warm and comfortable family home.

There is no universal solution to successfully heating a church and the key to arriving at a solution that provides reasonable comfort at a reasonable cost is to devote sufficient time and effort to understanding the particular needs of your own church.

Atmostherm Ltd are specialist installers of church heating systems and can help you to find a successful solution for your own individual circumstances.

We can also provide advice and guidance on heating churches with renewable energy.

Atmostherm are able to offer a wide range of energy efficient heating boiler solutions which can help meet the challenge of maintaining effective temperature control in a small or large office spaces and apartment blocks. New heating boilers can be specified to operate on gas, oil, LPG or Bio fuels giving greater installation flexibility.

All new heating boilers installed in the UK are of the condensing type which are highly efficient compared to older conventional flue models.

Atmostherm can also supply your new boiler with an energy efficient heating control system which will accurately control the time and temperature and give weather compensation.

  • Conventional Boilers

    This boiler system is fed by two open header tanks in the loft. For central heating, a pump outside the boiler is used to pump water to the radiators. The domestic hot water is stored in the cylinder tank.

  • Combi Boilers

    Widely considered the most cost effective way to install central heating. They have no tanks, instead they heat water for central heating and domestic hot water as required.

  • System Boilers

    This system still has a hot water tank but has done away with an exterior pump and header tanks. The pump is an integral part of the boiler, which also has an expansion vessel to replace the cold tanks.

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