St Mary’s Church, Castleblayney
Runtal Rad Radiators
St Mary’s church, Castleblayney is located on the Dublin Road, in the townland of Onomy, a place said to have been visited by St Patrick, Ireland’s National Apostle. St Mary’s was built during the mid to late 1850s and dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The design of St Mary’s is the work of the Co Armagh architect James Hughes. It is cruciform in shape, using a design known as ‘pointed-Gothic’. The stained glass window in the apse forms a strong internal feature, with the image of the crucified Christ dominating. It also has images of Our Blessed Lady, St Patrick, St Brigid and St Peter.
While beautifully designed, heating the large space with high ceilings required efficient radiators that would heat up quickly. Runtal Rad radiators provide the total solution for any environment, with low water content and efficient, fast heat up abilities. Featuring a durable powder coat finish, suitable for any heavily trafficked public area, The Runtal Rad radiator is tested to current EN442 requirements. Paired with Herz valves, this heating solution proudly supplied by Versatile Group is perfect for St Mary’s Church.
Mechanical Contractor: PMK Mechanical
M&E Consultant: Patrick McCauls