DRU Installers rise to heating challenge at Leeds church
The recently launched DRU Installer Group has achieved a successful heating installation at a large church in Leeds.
LGL Commercial Heating Services, based in Lancashire, specialises in heating systems for churches, schools and other public buildings. It has recently joined the DRU Installer Group; a national network of Gas Safe registered heating companies dedicated to installing and servicing DRU heating appliances.
One of its first projects was to design and commission a new heating system at Ashwood Centre, home of City Church Leeds. This is a large and thriving independent church that occupies a traditional former Congregational church building in the Headingley area of Leeds. The Grade 11 listed building is currently undergoing a major restoration programme; all paid for by private donations.
Inefficient overhead gas heaters were replaced by eight new DRU Kamara 16 powered flue gas wall heaters. These models are specially designed for vast internal space heating. They are quiet and efficient to operate, and have the advantage of being able to warm up a large building very quickly, even in the depths of winter.
The heaters also blend unobtrusively with their surroundings and can be operated separately or by a central time switch. They have ‘cool touch’ casings for added safety. In addition, the outer cases can be easily removed for routine servicing and maintenance.
The church leaders and members have expressed their delight and the comfort and efficiency of the new DRU heating system and the expertise and courtesy of the LGL engineers.