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Open gas fire in modern Oundle house replaced with efficient Charnwood multifuel stove
This old open gas fire with wooden fireplace surround and stone insets looks a bit old fashioned now. It will be disconnected by a GasSafe engineer before our recommended builder sets to work altering the aperture ready for the new multifuel stove.
The fireplace is in the process of being altered but because of the way this modern house was built there was a limit to the size of aperture we were able to create. The front walls will be skimmed next and the internal aperture will have render applied.
The chimney outside is in perfect order and so the liner can be installed without any masonry repairs. A liner is being fitted here because the concrete liners used during construction of the property are too large for the new stove affecting how efficiently it works.
The fireplace alterations are completed, the decorating is done and the new Charnwood Country 4 multifuel stove is now installed. We are just carrying out the commissioning process where we test fire the stove, check it works properly and explain to our clients how to use and maintain both it and the liner.