Chimneys & Fireplaces Question

2 hetas tradesmen, different answers, one says chimney is class 1 but i must have a liner for a woodburner the other says all i need is a good fitting registration plate why the difference

2 Answers

If your chimney is swept thoroughly and is in good condition following a smoke test and not letting POCs into property this is fine i would say...

I would need to see chimney stack and terminal..


Answered 20th Feb 2012

kelly plumbing Heating & gas

Member since 4 Jan 2012

If your existing liner, clay or whatever, is in good condition and has passed a PRESSURE TEST then generally no problems. However the industry would prefer at least a flex liner to be fitted in older properties for the good flow of gases and so proper integrity of the chimney is maintained.

Answered 29th Feb 2012

severnside stoves and chimneys

Member since 22 Feb 2012

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