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If you have an existing fireplace it may be possible to transform it to accommodate a stove, open fire or a gas or electric replacement. See some of the examples below that we’ve carried out recently.
An interesting job we completed in East Kent last year. The old brick fireplace was removed ready for a wood stove installation.
Because the fire chamber wasn’t deep enough, the inner skin of brickwork was removed and a new outer skin built on the outside to maintain cavity wall protection.
The fire chamber and chimney breast were then plastered, and a new granite hearth with a classic stone surround and mantel were installed. Finally a Purevision traditional style wood burning stove was supplied and installed.
Plain & SImple
The old fireplace and surround removed, the fire opening modified and plastered, a new hearth and a contemporary style Stovax Vogue Midi wood burning stove installed with a flexible liner into the existing chimney.
More simple “Hole in the wall” fireplace modifications we’ve completed recently:
Classic Stone Surrounds and Mantels
No Fireplace? No Chimney? No Problem!
This was an outside wall on a modern house but with no chimney. A stone hearth was built and a chimney breast created with block-work and a herringbone brickwork lining. A concrete lintel faced with a real oak bressummer beam was fitted and the chimney breast continued to ceiling level.
The wall was then plastered and finished and the stovepipe connected to a twin-wall chimney system which passed through the wall and up the outside of the building. The stove pipe can be in black but this adds to the cost.