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Fireplace Fitter Caister-on-Sea Norfolk (NR30): Installing a brand new fireplace or re-opening a disused fireplace in your Caister-on-Sea home is a wonderful way to add character and a homely feel to any room. Chilly winter evenings can become a pleasure as you relax beside your new fireplace listening to the crackling of firewood, and if your fire is used in combination with a back boiler you can even benefit from cheap hot water as well.

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However before you start bashing down the walls of a boarded over fireplace there are some vital considerations you must bear in mind if you are to finish up with a safe and efficient fireplace. Any work that is done on your flue lining, fireplace, hearth and chimney breast must comply with the UK's Building Regulations, Part J for combustible appliances. If you live in a listed building or are in a designated conservation area you must check with local council if planning permission is necessary for a fireplace installation in your property.

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A basic remodeling of an existing fireplace can probably be achieved by a skilled do-it-yourselfer, however if any construction work is needed there's a possibility of running into structural problems which need to be handled by a professional. You could be lucky when revealing your old fireplace and find out you need little more than a good chimney sweep and a quick clean up of the hearth in order to get a fire roaring. However, what you'll likely find is a pile of old bricks that conceals problems such as a blocked chimney or a lintel that requires replacement.

If a fireplace is installed incorrectly there's not only a risk of fire to your property, but there can be associated health hazards, which is why it is better to hire an experienced Caister-on-Sea installation company for a fireplace. A major factor of the Building Regulations (Part J) for fireplaces is that enough oxygen is available in a room for the fire to burn properly and efficiently. Not enough oxygen means the fire won't burn properly, and an accumulation of carbon monoxide could occur, which can cause injury or death.

To get past this issue a professional installation team will analyse the circumstances and install vents around the room, or underneath the flooring, to guarantee a satisfactory airflow for the fire to combust safely and properly. To avoid condensed air from becoming trapped in blocked off or unused chimney flues and causing staining and damp spots, vents may need to be fitted by the installation team to introduce some airflow.

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A substantial amount of soot and other muck can be discharged from an old chimney upon reopening it for restoration. Even with dust sheets for your home furnishings, the chance of damage from dust and soot is still possible and it's advisable to remove your belongings and any woven materials before any fireplace renovation work commences. If your fireplace is being fitted as part of a larger restoration project then it should be one of the initial things to be worked on once you have taken the room back to its bare floors and walls. This should help to avoid any damage by dirt and chimney soot to any completed work.


Now that you can see the fireplace opening it is time to sweep and clean the hearth and chimney and work out what can be repaired. You should now get hold of your chimney sweep, if you've not already done so, to come and look at the old chimney and fireplace. They'll not only ensure your flue and chimney are completely clean, but they can additionally look at the state of the chimney and flue liner and offer advice about whether you need to replace any part of the chimney structure and flue.

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After a chimney sweep assessment it may be necessary to install a new liner and/or strengthen the chimney breast in keeping with Part J of the UK Building Regulations. A good fireplace installer and builder in Caister-on-Sea will be needed to complete this task, and will have the skills and knowledge of construction to closely follow all building regulations.

If the dimensions of the existing fireplace are greater than your requirements, a supporting concrete lintel should be put in. When your new concrete lintel is safely in place you can now proceed with the installation, upgrade and renovation of the fireplace hearth. In the past the hearth was sunken into the floor, but the latest building regs demand that it is raised above floor level. If your fireplace is not a standard size you may have to choose a bespoke, tailor-made hearth, however there are a whole host of ready to fit hearths in marble, slate or concrete.

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If you visit a fireplace showroom you are spoilt for choice with the array of different options open to you. It's quite possible that owing to your existing flue, chimney and airflow to the room, that some fireplaces may not be suitable, and it's advisable to follow the the recommendations and advice of your fireplace installation company with respect to this.

Some homes and rooms will be more suitable for open fireplaces than a multi-fuel stove or a wood burner and vice versa. For instance, an attractive inglenook fireplace can be a wonderful backdrop for a classic cast iron wood burning stove, which highlights its character and reflects the heat into the room.

A wood-burning stove is also an effective choice if you haven't got a chimney breast in your Caister-on-Sea home. An existing chimney is not needed in this instance because the flue is taken directly from the top or rear of the stove and channeled through an outside wall.


Who can deny that they enjoy the flickering of a natural fire on a cold evening, but if your situation doesn't permit this, what other options are on offer?

Gas Fireplaces - Supplying instant heat and more efficient when compared with open fires, there are a wide selection of styles and designs to suit any Caister-on-Sea property. A Gas Safe registered contractor must maintain and fit any gas fire in your home, (CORGI was replaced by Gas Safe in 2009).

Electric Fireplaces - Simple installation and a varied choice of styles make electric fires an extremely popular choice for Caister-on-Sea homes without a chimney. Modern electric fires can deliver authentic looking flame effects and and sometimes even the sound of crackling wood to mimic a real fire when inset into an old fashioned fireplace.

Open Fireplaces - Provides an attractive focal point for your room and can use an assortment of solid fuels. In the good old days an open fire may have had a reputation of being draughty, smoky and inefficient, but a well fitted fireplace is a joy to behold while lounging in the warmth it provides.

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Wood Burning Stoves - A wide array of styles to suit any period of property in Caister-on-Sea, and can even be freestanding. A model with an integrated back boiler can supply extra heating by transferring the heated water to radiators in cold rooms in your house.

Multi-Fuel Stoves - As the name indicates multi-fuel stoves can be used with various fuels, such as gas, wood, coal or oil, and become an attractive focal point in any kitchen or living room in Caister-on-Sea. Some styles, like the multi-fuel stoves from AGA, are also suitable for generating hot water, cooking and heating your whole house.

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Fireplace installation is available in Caister-on-Sea and also nearby in: Hemsby, Ormesby St Margaret, West Caister, Winterton on Sea, Scratby, California, Ormesby Saint Michael, Thrigby, Great Yarmouth, Mautby, Filby, Runham, Fleggburgh, and in these postcodes NR30 5JP, NR30 5JT, NR30 5NT, NR30 5QD, NR30 5DG, NR30 5RA, NR30 5BD, NR30 5LS, NR30 5NY, NR30 5FA. Locally based Caister-on-Sea fireplace specialists will likely have the dialling code 01493 and the postcode NR30. Checking this out will make certain that you are accessing local tradespeople installing fireplaces. Caister-on-Sea householders are able to benefit from these and lots of other comparable services.


A chimney or flue liner is an important element of your chimney system, enabling it to function a lot more effectively and improving the safety of your chimney. Fitted to the inside of chimneys to carry toxic fumes outside, flue liners are conduits made of ceramic material, clay or metal. Older chimneys in Caister-on-Sea might not be fitted with linings at all, or will need to be re-lined subject to their age and condition.

Your chimney flue lining can, over time, be damaged by the harmful fumes and gases which are formed by burning a fire. Be sure your fireplace specialist assesses the flue for damage and possible issues. If it is impaired, those hazardous gases might be able to seep into your living area instead of being safely expelled outside. There's an additional hazard with damaged flues, in that they may enable extreme heat to penetrate into the structure of the chimney, which can result in fires.

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When you're undertaking any kind of home improvements or refurbishments in Caister-on-Sea, you are likely to generate quite a lot of waste. Varying quantities of waste will be created by fireplace installations, subject to your particular circumstances. It might be the case that the removal of waste is referred to in the quotation, as many tradespeople are happy to remove waste as part of the job. Ensure that you establish this, since you may be landed with doing your own waste removal.

Where there's quite a bit of waste, most people in Caister-on-Sea choose to hire a skip. Skips come in an array of different sizes, so you should be able to get one that is ideal for you. Mini-skips generally hold 2-3 yards of waste, midi-skips hold 4-5 yards of waste, builders skips hold 6-8 yards of waste and roll-on-roll-off skips hold 20-25 yards of waste. Skip bags usually hold 1-1.5 yards of waste.

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(This fireplaces Caister-on-Sea article was generated on 15-09-2022)