Let there be heat

Church heating
Energy-efficient and effective heating of this church in Hayes is provided by a new installation of Rinnai gas heaters.
When the old gas heaters serving a church in Hayes, Middlesex, broke down, Rinnai responded to an urgent request for 13 wall-mounted gas heaters. Rinnai, the world’s largest manufacturer of gas appliances, carried out a prompt survey at St Anselm’s Church and engaged local installer R&L Paul. The installer reorganised its work schedule to fit several heaters quickly for a special service, with the full installation completed soon after. The Priest-in-Charge of St Anselm’s is also the Rector at nearby St Mary’s Church, which was the first church in the UK to have Rinnai heaters installed 22 years ago; they are still working. Features of the new heaters include time control, frost protection and automatic adjustment of heating output in response to room te
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