Installed in York with reclaimed brick hearth and inglenook fireplace opening
This Firefox 5kw multifuel stove was fitted into a property with no existing chimney. A false chimney breast was constructed and the stove installed connected to a stainless steel insulated flue running up the end of the property.
This inglenook fireplace was constructed after removal of a gas fire. It was then rendered and a slate hearth added. This Esse 100 stove was then installed
This Hunter stove was installed to an existing brick lined inglenook
Aarrow eco burn inset stove installed to and existing standard fireplace. With these insets little or no modifications are require to the fireplace and they can be slotted in relatively easily
This Hunter stove was installed onto a flexible flue liner after a rendered inglenook opening was constructed togther with a slate hearth and oak beam.
This Termatech TT40 stove was installed using a rigid twin wall insulated flue system taken straight through the roof space. It was installed onto a black limestone natural stone hearth.
This Hunter stove was installed with an Oak beam fixed above and plastered in and a stone hearth laid. The recess was cleaned and repointed to show the original brickwork.
This Aarrow stove was installed after a removal of a gas fire which we found the structure was in breach of building regulations so we rebuilt the opening and laid a black limestone hearth with fermacell boarded recess.
This Hunter stove was installed after opening up the fireplace with boarded recess and black limestone hearth.