With over 40 years experience in the exclusive practice of providing church building heating solutions, Christopher Dunphy Ecclesiastical’s unique and industry dominating know how in this field makes them the ideal choice for churches of any and all persuasions in the Redditch area that intend to upgrade the church’s heating systems in keeping with modern acceptable standards. The company exclusively focuses on church buildings, they have experience in upgrading venerable cathedrals of medieval provenance, drafty Victorian era buildings, mid 20th century city churches and rustic chapels, all undertaken with surpassing levels of professional due care and respect for the uniqueness of the buildings and the needs of congregants, parochial and diocesan decision setters. Dunphy has no commercial affiliation or contracted undertakings with any UK heating appliance manufacturer or suppliers, enabling the company to act with absolute independence and integrity in the process of choosing heating materials and components.

 

Church Heating Systems Installed in Redditch

Dunphy Ecclesiastical maintains regular dialogue and interaction with key statutory entities like English Heritage and the Victorian Society. This on going consultation ensures that the structural heritage and integrity of the church is considered and reverenced in the process of designing bespoke church heating solutions. Fuel mix selection choices are only made following a report from an expert consultant which endeavours to give top priority to all UK building and environmental regulations and best practices in the installation and design of modern heating systems in Redditch churches. All the company’s contractors are fully GAS safe registered engineers and are under instruction to plan a program of installation that is tailored around weddings, worship services, funerals and other regular parish events and church activities.

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