Service we provide
- Chimney liners and terminals supplied and installed
- Chimney liners and terminals removed
- Twin-wall insulated flues supplied and installed
- Chimneys repaired, rebuilt and repointed
- Chimney pots supplied and fitted
- Spinning cowls and anti-downdraught cowls supplied and fitted
- Gas, solid fuel and electric fires and fireplaces installed
- Gas and solid fuel stoves installed
- Marble and cast iron fireplaces renovated
- Chimney Multi-Fuel Stove Lining
- Chimney Lining for Stoves
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London Chimney Liners
Lining a chimney flue is strongly recommended by the GasSafe Register and HETAS for all new gas and solid fuel fireplace installations, especially in the older property. The lining we use is made of stainless steel and is the most common method of repair to a chimney where the original render lining has degraded. It proves safer than standard masonry chimney lining, has greater integrity, is more efficient and helps prevent condensation and damp.
In addition, current regulations state that all chimney flues of 12 metres or more in height must be lined before any new gas or solid fuel appliances are installed.
Grades 316 and 904 chimney lining available
Grade 316 is for all standard gas, oil and solid fuel (logs, coal, anthracite etc) appliances.
Grade 904 would generally be installed for slumbering purposes - that is to say, when stoves are left slow-burning coal or anthracite overnight at a low temperature. This creates condensation, especially in the upper regions of the liner. As coal and anthracite have a high acid content, this causes corrosion in the liner and grade 904 is more resistant to this.
Gas and well seasoned logs do not have this problem.
- Fully qualified chimney lining specialists
- GasSafe registered installers
- All associated gas, electric and building work included
- All scaffolding arranged through our partner "Scafforce
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