The Huddersfield Fellowship wanted to be able to take full advantage of the facilities afforded to them by Cathedral House, a purpose-built church building in Huddersfield’s St Thomas Road, and needed to upgrade the air conditioning, heating and ventilation to ensure that they could offer its congregation the highest levels of comfort.
Now, with the unique finance offering from Mitsubishi Electric, the building is using modern air conditioning to provide heating and cooling, alongside mechanical heat recovery ventilation to make the whole thing as energy efficient as possible.
“The process has not only enabled the charity to complete the works quicker than initially expected, it also ensured that we the installer could provide a full tailored HVAC solution to the client”, added Neil Ashton of SDH Building Services who completed the installation of the new equipment.
- Eight air conditioning units have been discretely installed behind the Church to provide heating and cooling throughout the building.
- Nineteen different indoor units deliver controllable comfort throughout the building’s meeting rooms
- The system is supported by sixteen Lossnay mechanical ventilation systems which deliver fresh air in one of the most energy efficient ways possible.