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Wood Burner Intallation Up To Spec - Can Anyone Advise on Regs?

Postby Wind Gatherer » Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:06 pm

The house had a fireplace and chimmney both were removed. We wanted a woodburner. We enlarged the original concrete fireplace base and put bricks down to create a hearth. We then built a concrete block chimmney from the ground floor to the first floor. We then pushed a twin wall flue liner up from the ground floor into the remains of original chimmney in the loft. We connected flue tubes from the back of the burner to the liner.
Can anyone help with any advice if how we have put the burner in is up to building and Hetas spec? Or refer us to easy to understand regulations.
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