Tackling essential maintenance tasks sooner rather than later is an investment in your church as a place of worship and can help ensure that its heritage is safeguarded for future generations ,” says Michael Murray, Head of Church Support for the National Churches Trust
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Maintaining your church building is such a vital contribution to keeping it alive and usable. Water damage from blocked gutters and drains causes a third of the problems with old buildings. Keeping them clear is of enormous benefit and helps avoid costly repair bills. MaintenanceBooker provides a new web-based service which can help anyone looking after their church building. Having seen MaintenanceBooker in action on a very tall Victorian church in the Diocese of Sheffield I am sure it will help towards keeping church buildings good repair.
Julie Banham, DAC Secretary, CofE Sheffield
MaintenanceBooker provides a new web-based service which can help anyone looking after their church building and I’m looking forward to seeing it in action and hope that it can help towards keeping church buildings in the Diocese of Chelmsford in good repair.
Nathan Whitehead, Pastoral Secretary, CofE Chelmsford
This new web-based service can help PCCs and Friends Groups across the diocese to look after our church buildings and I’m looking forward to seeing it in action, confident that it will help us keep the church buildings in the Diocese of Worcester in good repair.
Andrew Mottram, Heritage Buildings & Community Development Officer, Worcester Anglican
MaintenanceBooker provides a new web-based service which can help anyone looking after their church building and I’m looking forward to seeing it in action and hope that it can help towards keeping Roman Catholic Church buildings in the Diocese of Birmingham in good repair for future generations to use and enjoy.
Steve Baylis, Head of Development at the RC Archdiocese of Birmingham
Maintaining your church building isn’t just about stopping it from falling apart and preventing huge repair bills further down the line. It’s critical to your mission too. God’s people deserve to be able to meet in a safe and comfortable environment, and a building which is loved and cared for speaks well of the Christian faith and of the welcome we can offer. That is why I welcome and wholeheartedly commend to you the MaintenanceBooker website which will help you maintain your building in the most simple and cost-effective way.
Ian Simpson, Heritage Officer, Anglican Diocese of Liverpool
Many churches do not have the necessary skills within their congregations to carry out little maintenance tasks, and I am often asked to suggest names of suitable contractors. The new system being rolled out by NCT promises to provide those names and introduce an element of competition which should ensure churches get good value for their hard-raised money. We will certainly be encouraging churches to use Maintenance Booker as a one-stop shop for their maintenance and minor repair needs.
Geoffrey Hunter, Church Buildings Consultant, Diocese of Ely
We are working with the National Churches Trust to identify other services that we feel would be of use to you and hope that these additional services will be able to come on stream in the coming months. I’m looking forward to seeing MaintenanceBooker in action and hope that it can help towards keeping church buildings in the Diocese of St Asaph in good repair.
Michael Plane, Diocesan Churches Inspector, Diocese of St Asaph
Maintaining your church building is really important. Simple tasks such as keeping your gutters and drains clear, identifying any problems with trees and properly maintaining them and ensuring your lightning conductors are regularly inspected can ensure that a church building is kept in good condition, thereby preventing large repair bills. MaintenanceBooker provides a new web-based service which can help anyone looking after their church building and I’m looking forward to seeing it in action and hope that it can help towards keeping church buildings in good repair.
Heather Ford, Anglican Diocese of Manchester
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