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Opening up a fireplace / chimney

When opening up a fireplace or chimney there are many safety factors you have to take into consideration, there can be live gas and electric. The construction and support of the chimney is also vital. We recommend you always use a professional builder, a qualified gas safe engineer, Hetas stove installer and qualified electrician should you need one. Chimneys are constructed in many ways depending upon who built them originally and during what decade. Due to the many different styles of build, this can bring up different ways of re-supporting and finishing required. Chimney's pre 1960 are generally brick with a 91/2 inch brick flue, we always recommend this be relined by a qualified professional using the appropriate materials and size for your desired appliance. Buildings after 1960 have a much larger scope of build styles and flue types. So always seek professional help.

Below are a few images of works being done to open up a chimney with installation of a new lintel and the chamber fire boarded out. We do not recommend any nonprofessional to carry these works out due to the safety of yourself and others


opening up a fireplace Knocking out a chimney Chimney chamber opened up Open up fireplace completed