Fireplaces Hale Barns

Hale Barns Fireplace Installation & Repair

Fireplace Fitter Hale Barns Greater Manchester (WA15): A great way to add a bit of character to any Hale Barns property is by the installation of a brand new fireplace, or the renovation of an existing one. The addition of a multi-fuel stove or open fire for those cold winter days can even be cheaper than a conventional central heating system, so long as you've got a good source of timber or fuel. If used in combination with a back boiler it can provide you with a plentiful supply of steaming hot water in the process.

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There are a few things you will need to do to make sure you can safely install your new fireplace, before you start prising away at a bricked up chimney. Any work that is completed on your flue lining, chimney breast, fireplace and hearth must comply with the UK's Part J building regulations for combustible appliances. If your dwelling in Hale Barns is a listed building or is within a conservation area, planning permission may also be necessary before any work can start.

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PROFESSIONAL FIREPLACE INSTALLATION OR DIY?

If any construction work is necessary in your fireplace installation, structural and safety issues could arise that will need resolving by a specialist, although a skilled do-it-yourself fanatic may be able to take a shot at a simple renovation on an existing fireplace. When you expose the old fireplace, you could be fortunate and discover that in order to get a roaring fire once again, it needs nothing more than a good clean out of the hearth and a quick chimney sweep. What you will likely find is an area of old bricks that hides problems such as a lintel that needs to be replaced or a stopped up chimney.

Hiring a certified fireplace installer in Hale Barns is widely advised, since a poorly fitted fireplace can can cause a fire risk and respiratory health issues. As is laid down in the Building Regulations for fireplaces, the airflow in a room must be adequate where there is a fireplace, because in order for it to burn properly, the right level of oxygen is needed. Carbon monoxide gas can build-up in a poorly ventilated space where an inefficently burning fire is installed.

To ensure a satisfactory air flow for the fire to combust safely and efficiently, a competent fireplace installation technician will assess the circumstances and place vents around the room, or under the floors, thus solving this problem. Flue vents may also have to be installed in unused or blocked chimney flues which sometimes cause damp spots and stains to to the chimney breast, because of trapped condensing air.

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BEFORE WORK COMMENCES

Chimneys are renowned for the huge volume of soot and grime that can accumulate inside them, so when you open up a fireplace you can expect it to be a pretty messy operation. It is a good idea to remove your your belongings and any woven materials before any fireplace refurbishment work and chimney sweeping begins, as even with coverings for your belongings, the risk of impairment from soot and grime is still likely. The opening up of an old fireplace should be one of the initial tasks that you tackle, when it is just a part of a larger home renovation project. This will prevent damage to other stages of your remodelling project (i.e. paint on walls or fresh plaster), by dirt and chimney soot that's discharged.

CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURAL WORK

Once you've opened up your fireplace you'll have a much better understanding of what work needs to be done, and also be able to thoroughly sweep the chimney and clean any parts of hearth that remains. You should now speak to your chimney sweep, if you've not already done this, to come and clean the old fireplace and chimney. Aside from cleaning the flue and chimney, they'll also consider the condition of the flue liner and chimney and advise you about whether any portion of the flue and chimney structure needs to be replaced.

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After an assessment by a professional chimney sweep, and observing Part J of the UK Building Regulations, work to strengthen the chimney and/or install a new flue liner might be needed. This is not likely to be the kind of work that can be accomplished by a DIY person, so you will need to employ a skilled builder or fireplace installer who has experience in good construction practices and an understanding of the relevant Building Regs.

If you need to modify the size of opening of your existing fireplace to something smaller and more suitable for your new design, a supporting lintel will have to be installed. When your new lintel is in place and secure you may now proceed with the upgrade, installation and renovation of the fireplace hearth. If the existing hearth is set into the floor you will need to raise it above floor level to observe the latest building regulations. You can get tailor-made solutions to fit any size and style of fireplace, or you can select from a variety of common size and shape hearths to fit in with your decor.

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DESIGNS OF FIREPLACE

A quick browse online or a visit to a fireplace showroom will reveal the choices available for the different fireplace designs and styles. Not all fireplaces may be appropriate for your flue and chimney therefore it is sensible to accept any help and advice offered by your sales and installation team regarding your specific circumstances.

Certain homes and rooms will look better with an open fireplace than a multi-fuel stove or a wood burner and vice versa. For example, an inglenook fireplace can be a perfect backdrop to an old-fashioned cast iron wood-burner stove, which highlights its character and deflects the heat into the room.

A wood-burning stove is also a good option if your home doesn't have a chimney breast. This form of fireplace can be installed with a stainless steel flue that is routed through an outside wall and does not need a chimney, to be installed and work safely.

MULTI-FUEL, GAS, WOOD, ELECTRIC OR OPEN FIREPLACE?

Who doesn't enjoy the warmth and glow of an open fireplace on a cool evening, but if your circumstances do not allow for this, what alternatives are available?

Gas Fireplaces - Providing instant heat and being more efficient (thermally) when compared to open fires, there are a multitude of styles and designs to suit any Hale Barns home. Gas fireplaces must only be maintained and installed by a suitably qualified Gas Safe registered engineer, (previously CORGI registered).

Multi-Fuel Stoves - Can be fired up with with various different fuels, (gas, wood, coal, oil) to generate a unique focal point in your home in Hale Barns. Some styles, like the AGA range of multi-fuel stoves, can also be used for cooking, providing hot water and heating your whole property.

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Wood Burning Stoves - Even the smallest room in Hale Barns can be improved by the installation of a wood burning stove, which come in a variety of styles, and can even be installed freestanding. An integrated back boiler is an additional benefit and can provide piping hot water for personal use, or to provide heating in other rooms via radiators.

Electric Fireplaces - Simple installation and a diverse choice of styles make electric fireplaces an extremely popular choice for Hale Barns homes without a chimney. Can be set into traditional fireplaces, and with "real feel" electric fires it can sometimes be hard to distinguish from the genuine thing.

Open Fireplaces - A crackling fire is a focal point for any room in your home and it has the ability to burn almost any solid fuel that you can buy. An open fire is a sight to behold and contemporary fireplaces are no more the smoky, draughty and inefficient items they used to be.

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Fireplace installation is available in Hale Barns and also in: Bowdon, Little Bollington, Ringway, Ashley, Dunham Massey, Hale, Manchester, Davenport Green, Broadheath, Altrincham, Timperley, Styal, Lacey Green, Warburton Green, Thorns Green, Bowgreen, and in these postcodes WA15 0BU, WA15 8SR, WA15 8UE, WA15 0DQ, WA15, WA15 0AR, WA15 0HJ, WA15 0SJ, WA15 0AY, WA15 0EL. Locally based Hale Barns fireplace specialists will probably have the telephone code 0161 and the postcode WA15. Checking this will ensure you are accessing locally based tradespeople installing fireplaces. Hale Barns homeowners are able to utilise these and many other fireplace related services.

Chimney Cowls Hale Barns

A chimney cowl is a hood-shaped covering for your chimney pot that adds draft and prevents backflow. It is usually made of galvanized iron and fits over the chimney pot to keep the wind from blowing smoke back down. It is an essential component for any chimney in Hale Barns. It can be bought online or in a hardware store. Whether you choose to purchase a new one or make an existing one work better, a cowl will keep your fireplace or stove working efficiently.

A chimney cowl can also help protect your home and keep you safe. There are several types of chimney cowls available on the market, each designed to address different issues. Before you purchase one, consider a few aspects to ensure you get one that will help protect your home. Once you know what you need, you can then choose a chimney cowl based on your budget and needs.

Chimney cowls are a simple way to prevent birds from nesting in your chimney in Hale Barns. They are inexpensive and easy to install. You should make sure you have easy access to the area above the chimney to install one. It can also prevent debris from accumulating inside the chimney. Ask your local fireplace installer in Hale Barns if they can fit a suitable chimney cowl for you. (Tags: Rotating Chimney Cowls Hale Barns, Chimney Cowl Installation Hale Barns, Chimney Pot Cowls Hale Barns, Chimney Cowls Hale Barns).

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Skip Hire Hale Barns

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With the majority of home renovations or improvements in Hale Barns, a substantial amount of waste will be created, and you will want to make provision for this in the planning stage. Subject to your specific situation, fireplace installations will create varying levels of waste. Now some tradespeople will be willing to take away this waste for you, and recycle it in an environmentally friendly way, whilst others will simply leave you to dispose of it on your own.

Regardless of whether the tradesman is dealing with this or you are doing it yourself, hiring a skip will usually be the best waste removal solution. To match your exact requirements, you can select from a range of skip sizes. Mini-skips can accommodate roughly 2-3 cubic yds of rubbish, midi-skips can accommodate roughly 4-5 cubic yds of rubbish, builders skips can accommodate roughly 6-8 cubic yds of rubbish (65 bin bags) and roll-on-roll-off skips can accommodate roughly 20-25 cubic yds of rubbish. Skip bags usually take approximately 1-1.5 cubic yds of rubbish.

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Also find: Styal fireplace installers, Little Bollington fireplace installers, Altrincham fireplace installers, Bowgreen fireplace installers, Dunham Massey fireplace installers, Thorns Green fireplace installers, Lacey Green fireplace installers, Manchester fireplace installers, Bowdon fireplace installers, Ashley fireplace installers, Timperley fireplace installers, Broadheath fireplace installers, Ringway fireplace installers, Warburton Green fireplace installers, Hale fireplace installers, Davenport Green fireplace services and more. The majority of these areas are served by tradesmen installing fireplaces. Hale Barns property owners can get price quotes by clicking here.

Fireplaces Around Hale Barns: Homeowners who live in the following streets and roads have recently inquired about fireplace installation - Burnside, Crampton Drive, Warburton Drive, Green Gate, Haslemere Avenue, The Coppice, The Paddocks, Warren Drive, Stonemead Avenue, Cottrell Road, Barns Place, Chapel Lane, Bankside, Croft Close, Ravenwood Drive, Dobb Hedge Close, Tanyard Drive, Chapel Drive, Longacres Road, Tithebarn Road, Pinfold Close, Cottesmore Gardens, Amberley Drive, Hawley Lane, as well as these Hale Barns area postcodes: WA15 0BU, WA15 8SR, WA15 8UE, WA15 0DQ, WA15, WA15 0AR, WA15 0HJ, WA15 0SJ, WA15 0AY, WA15 0EL. These locations recently saw activity by installers of fireplaces. Hale Barns property owners benefited from dependable and professional fireplace services on every occasion.

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(This fireplaces Hale Barns article was written on 23-11-2022)