Maxiflow installs new boiler system at Country House Hotel in Shropshire

Maxiflow have recently completed a commission to replace a very old heating boiler system at Meeson Hall near Telford.

Built in 1640 by the Tayleur family, Meeson Hall is a fine and unique example of a traditional red sandstone Shropshire manor house hotel. It’s set in eight acres of tranquil landscaped gardens and paddocks.

This engagement was a large project and involved considerable planning on Maxiflows behalf due to the boiler and pipework being encapsulated in asbestos. The ceiling and walls were also asbestos sheets. The asbestos was safely removed from the site in line with the Control of Asbestos at Work regulations 2012.

The job involved draining down the existing system removing the heating boilers, redundant hot water cylinder and oil tanks. The majority of the materials removed will be recycled.


2 x Ferroli cast boilers with Riello burners were then installed complete with a new heat exchanger, pipe work and new flue system. The new boilers use the lastest in energy efficient technology and should should result in considerable energy cost savings for our client over the lifetime of the boilers.



So if you wish to book a leisurely break in the beautiful Shropshire countryside please visit the Meeson Hall website or Facebook page.


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