Historic Buildings

St. Mary’s Church, Puttenham, Aylesbury

St Mary's is a beautiful medieval church in a picturesque location. Glenhurst have recently supplied
and installed a fuel efficient, air source heat pump system to underfloor heating and radiators, as
part of major floor levelling and new lighting systems.
The Church has benefitted from the reclaim of Renewable Heating Incentives from the Government
to assist with heating running costs.

Country Estate Manor House, Hertfordshire.

The House is located in a traditional rural estate located in Hertfordshire. The magnificent house is Grade II Listed and is built in a neo-Palladian style.

During 2020, 21, 22 and 23 ongoing, Glenhurst supplied and installed an extensive range of LPHW radiator and underfloor heating systems, along with all the other H&CWS that accompany a mansion of this stature.

Project Scope

Connecting to an existing Biomass heat source, fuelled by timber from the Estate, Glenhurst built new mechanical services plantrooms in the lower ground floor vaults, distributing extensive services throughout the building, via lower ground floor trenches and riser distribution systems.  A number of spectacular bath/shower rooms have been installed to exacting Architect and Client requirements. 

Equally a magnificent kitchen design and specialist installation, has been serviced with H&CWS, ventilation and drainage, by Glenhurst. 

Glenhurst are currently supplying and installing a full complement of Mechanical Services, with new plantroom and controls, as part of the ongoing restoration.


Classic Lutyens House, Hampshire.

This architecturally historic Sir Edwin Lutyen’s House in Hampshire has had outbuildings restored into prestige accommodation.

Glenhurst supplied and installed, oil fired central heating from a detached boiler house, through pre-insulated external buried LPHW mains pipework, to radiator and finned coil emitters.

  All other domestic services, HWS, CWS, Plumbing, Ventilation etc were also installed.

In recognition of the Clients appreciation, they presented all professionals involved in the conversion, with a specially produced commemorative silver medal, struck by the Royal Mint.

 

Magnificent National Trust Owned Manor House, Aylesbury 

LTHW heating and controls modifications, were installed by Glenhurst.

Glenhurst have been delighted to carry out Mechanical Services on the above 3 projects, which are some of IGA’s many commissions, for Conservation of Historic buildings.

 

15th Century Manor House, Gloucestershire.

This private property is a Grade II listed manor house, outside of Gloucester in the West of England, that dates from the 15th, 17th and early 20th centuries.

The original section of the house was probably constructed around 1480, with other additions in 1926 and 1928. 

During 2018 and 2019, further substantial upgrade and restoration of the Manor took place.

Glenhurst designed, supplied and installed a comprehensive and complete mechanical services installation. An oil-fired boiler system was installed, incorporating H&CWS equipment, cold water booster set and pumps, controls etc.  Serving the whole Manor and converted stables, are pre-insulated underground distribution mains, from the newly created boilerhouse within the existing garage block, rising to various entry points into the Manor.

The period cast iron radiators used throughout the Manor, are a variety of original products, stripped, re-built, tested and finished in powder coated colours, to the Clients choice. 

The output of the LPHW system is designed to be converted at a later date, to ground source heat pumps, as future proofing and for more economical running costs.

For Client discretion Glenhurst refrain from identifying many specific Contracts.

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