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Inefficient open fire near Stamford replaced with efficient contemporary multifuel stove in modern brick inglenook fireplace.
This brick fireplace in a modern well insulated house near Stamford is built in the style of an old inglenook. It had a large open fire and canopy with draughty airbricks in the walls to supply combustion air and is crying out for a stove. The canopy is removed for a new chimney lining and efficient multifuel stove to be installed. All is not as it seems when the canopy comes down.
Old Rembrandt open fire in marble fireplace near Stamford replaced with efficient Franco-Belge multifuel stove
This marble fireplace near Stamford was fitted with an old Rayburn Rembrandt open fire many years ago. Now is the time to bring it up to date and fit a new efficient multifuel stove with new stainless steel chimney liner.
Our clients had recently moved into a new home near Stamford and asked us to carry out a safety inspection on the woodburning stove. Good job they did as it had a boiler fitted that was not connected to a water system, a bomb waiting to go off! The stove was removed and replaced with a new Woodwarm 5kW multifuel and chimney liner.
Old inefficient open fire in Northamptonshire replaced with new Woodwarm Fireview 5kW slender multifuel stove
It was time for this inefficient open fire in Northamptonshire to be upgraded and a new efficient Woodwarm Fireview multifuel stove fits perfectly. The chimney already has a pumice cast in situ lining and so this should be a relatively straightforward installation.
Inefficient open fire near Kimbolton replaced with Jotul F3 multifuel stove and chimney liner by Fotheringhay Woodburners
It was time for this inefficient open fire and steel hood near Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire to be upgraded to a new efficient Jotul multifuel stove. The fire basket and hood were made in our workshops many years ago and we make things to last.