ChurchEcoMiser Installations

The ChurchEcoMiser operates in a similar way to a traditional boiler and radiator system but there is no need for a boiler; no boiler means that annual boiler service and safety checks are not needed, and ongoing maintenance is minimal. There is no additional expense in lining an existing chimney or disguising a new flue; instead, electric radiators are sited throughout the church to warm the fabric of the building rather than just the air within it, giving a better  quality of heat than other electric options which tend to simply warm heads and can be quite offensive in appearance.

The radiators are unobtrusive and can be colour coded to match the surroundings if required, they are silent in operation so they can be used throughout a service. Installation of the ChurchEcoMiser system is less intrusive than a traditional radiator system; plus, installation costs are very favourable compared to a comparable boiler and radiator system.

If you would like more information then please contact me to arrange a free on-site survey.
Call us on: 01706 411189 or email us at: chris@churchecomiser.co.uk

Greener Cleaner and 100% efficient electric heating systems for churches


Dunblane, St Mary’s Church


Fenwick, Parish Church Nr Kilmarnock


Oldmeldrum, St Matthews Church


Huntley, Christ Church


Aldborough St John, St Paul’s Church


Swettenham, St Peters Church


Churchdown nr Gloucester, St John the Baptist


Wilton, nr Redcar, St Cuthbert’s


Midhopestones, St James Church


Breaston, St Michaels Church


Witney, Cokethorpe School Chapel


Ingham Suffolk, St Bartholomew’s Church


Harlaxton, St Mary and St Peter Church


Emberton, All Saints Church


Moulton Chapel, St James Church


Canvey Island, St Nicholas Church


Sandford, All Saints


Little Aston, St Peter’s Church


Barnsley, Pilley Methodist


Stanton St Quentin, St Giles Church


Calverton All Saints Church


Port Isaac St Peters Church


Woodford Halse All Saints Church


Steeple Claydon St Michaels Church


Great Wilbraham St Nicholas