Historic Church Heating - DRU and Calor Gas combine to provide heating and comfort to historic village church

DRU worked in partnership with Calor Gas in this remote location

Church heating specialists DRU, in partnership with Calor Force, have recently completed a new heating installation at St Luke’s church in Garford, Oxfordshire.

This unique church dates from 1291. It is a grade II listed building, which is used for services once a month and at Christmas, Easter and Harvest Festival.

It was established as a ‘chapel of ease’, enabling village residents to worship locally. It can only be accessed through a farmyard and has no mains gas and limited electricity.

St Luke’s selected DRU Art series heaters because they can be run on LPG and require no electrical supply. They have a balanced flue system, which draws air from outside the building for combustion, resulting in quiet, comfortable and efficient heating.

The installation was carried out by Calor Force as part of a general restoration programme, which is being funded entirely from voluntary donations.

 

Art series heaters proved to be the ideal solution for St Luke’s St Luke’s can only be accessed through a farmyard


 


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