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Woodburner without chimney
I want to fit a wood burner but my builders have removed the chimney..construction work is still taking place on the building..whats do I need to be able to use a wood burner..materials are mine labour and fitting is the build ers ..what do they need
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Chimney & Fireplace Specialist
Nottingham • Member since 14 Aug 2015 • 230 jobs, 97% positive feedback
You must fit stainless steel flu if it is to be used on exterior wall or if to be vented through the roof you will need to rebuild the chimney breast and stack and fit stainless steel flexible flu liner
Answered 24th Aug 2015
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