Historic (listed) buildings and churches
Refurbishing the landmarks of Great Britain
Great Britain has a lot of old buildings and world renowned cathedrals. Listed buildings can be complex to work with. There is little that can be done to change the building fabric so the opportunity for improved efficiency lies with their heating and hot water systems.
See how Hamworthy has supplied boilers and water heaters to the churches, cathedrals and historical buildings across the UK.
Upton House, Poole
Grade II* listed building Upton House in Poole was in need of a boiler plant refurbishment. Thanks to Hamworthy looking for a test site and a close co-operation between council and manufacturer, a space-saving Upton boiler was installed. This improved the heating control to different floors of the building.
Building: Listed building plant room refurbishment
Products: Upton modular boiler, Burstock expansion vessel, Chesil pressurisation unit, Horton chemical dosing pot
Application: Space heating 394kW
St Paul's Cathedral, London
The prestigious cathedral on the top of Ludgate Hill benefits from modular boilers and high-performance calorifiers from Hamworthy Heating.
Building: Grade 1 listed refurbishment
Products: Wessex ModuMax mk3 boiler, Powerstock glass lined calorifier
Application: Space heating 1,016kW, domestic hot water 1,000L
West Ham Nursery Greenhouse Heating
Purewell VariHeat condensing boilers are at the core of this unusual greenhouse plant room helping meet conservation regulations.
Building: Refurbishment greenhouses
Application: Space heating, 540kW
Royal Institution of Great Britain, London
Space-saving cast iron boilers ensure comfortable temperatures for visitors of this prestigious building.
Building: Refurbishment museum and events venue
Application: Space heating 540kW
Find out more
If you have a listed building and want to see how a new boiler or renewable energy solution could save you money, arrange a free site survey today.