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I have a 50cm deep chimney breast which seems to house next door's fireplace. there is no corresponding chimney breast upstairs in my 1930's house. can i remove it?
My house is private, next door is council property.
2 Answers from MyBuilder Chimney & Fireplace Specialists
How can you be sure that next doors fireplace goes into your chimney, ?
You need someone competent to take a look for you.
Answered 21st Nov 2011
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