Churches have highly unique temperature and lighting needs. In most churches, there are facilities such as a chapel, nursery, offices, and other gathering areas. To meet these needs, churches often require special lighting and climate controls to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable environment for all. Churches also have drastically changing temperature ranges from time to time because of how they are used. For example, during a wedding in the summer, a church can become hot and stuffy due to the number of people, whereas during a Sunday service in winter, it may become cold and draughty. Moreover, each event has different lighting needs, and lighting controls benefit both your facility team and your energy bill.
Many churches do not have a full-time facilities manager and instead rely on a member of the congregation. The training, maintenance, and service visits offered by HBT can alleviate this headache. By providing the necessary upkeep, HBT takes the burden of facility management off the congregation’s shoulders, allowing them to focus on their mission.