Double skin insulated flue
By using a double skin insulated flue system, a stove can be installed practically anywhere, and no existing chimney is needed to fit the flue system.
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Single skin flue
We supply standard flue pipe in two styles. We offer black enamel flue pipe in a standard matt finish, or glossy if specified, or stainless steel flue pipe. Whether you decide on our black enamel or stainless steel flue pipes, all single skin flue pipe should be jointed using fire cement - which we can supply at the same time as your pipe.
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Flexible Flue Liners
We have been lining chimneys for well over twenty years and can advise you on what flexible flue lining system is best for you and supply all the materials you will need for the job.
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Pumice chimney systems
Pumice chimney systems were first used to build chimneys in Denmark specifically for stoves. Pumice chimneys are especially well suited for use with wood burning stoves and because of the insulation value of pumice they suffer less from tar condensation than more traditional materials and are very heat resistant. Pumice chimneys cope well with the thermal shock of a chimney fire and should be used in favour of terracotta liners when forming a chimney for a stove. Here we have pumice liners for use with brick/block chimneys as well as modular pumice chimney blocks which allow you to very quickly build a finished chimney.
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Chimney Pots and Inserts
Chimney Pots and Inserts
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Downdraft ? Rain coming in ? Lack of draw? Birds nesting in the chimney ? You need a chimney cowl from our large selection of quality chimney cowls. No matter what style of chimneys you have, we have the chimney cowl to fit and to cure your problem.
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Exodraft Chimney Fans
When it is not possible to get enough draw to make a fireplace or stove work properly you need an Exhausto chimney fan. These chimney fans are designed to work at high temperatures and suck the air from your chimney creating an articficial draw.
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If a stove is to be fitted into a fireplace then the throat of the fireplace has to be sealed off using a register plate.
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Inline chimney fans
Inline chimney fans are perfect for use with log gasification boilers. The inline chimney fan is turned on when you open the loading door to add more fuel which prevents smoke coming into the boiler room. An inline chimney fan is also a way to improve chimney draw if all other avenues have failed. Because inline chimney fans are fitted internally they are relatively easy to install and maintain as well.
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Render plaster and mouldable firebrick
Here we have heat proof render and plaster. Heat proof render is suitable for rending the inside faces of fireplace openings which are likely to get heated by the stove or fireplace. Heat proof plaster is suited to plastering the same openings and to plaster around, behind, and infront of stoves. Both heat proof render and heat proof plaster are less prone to cracking when heated than standard cement renders and standard plasters.
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Make the join between your flue pipe and roof waterproof, with our range of roof flashings for wood burning , multifuel, and gas stoves.
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Chimney brushes and rods
Sweeping your chimney is essential for your safety as it removes the tar and deposits that cause chimney fires. With our range on chimney sweeping brushes and rods you can sweep almost any flue pipe, flexible liner, or chimney stack. We have super flexible nylon rods for those bendy flues as well as standard rods for unlined chimneys. If you do not want to sweep your chimney yourself why not search for a UK chimney sweep.
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Stove room ventilation
A stove needs a supply of air to burn properly, and often this means that a supply of external air is needed to the room where the stove is installed. A stove room ventilator makes a simple job of providing this ventilation, and at the same time ensures that it is waterproof, pest-proof, and wind-proof. Increasing numbers of stoves can be connected to an external air duct, and for these stoves we have an external air kit which again makes a neat and easy job of making the connection to the outside.
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Carbon Monoxide Alarm
A Carbon Monoxide Alarm (or CO Alarm) is a simple way to improve safety in the home. Carbon Monoxide is a risk if your stove is badly installed or badly maintained and the alarm, fitted near the stove, lets you know if the CO level is rising too high. Fitting a carbon monoxide stove alarm at all new stove installations is now also a building regulations requirement.
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