Render Fireplace


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Old 10-23-03, 01:22 PM
Claire
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Question Render Fireplace

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We want to put a wood burning stove in our existing fireplace. We have recently taken out the gas fire and expanded the fireplace to the correct size. What product can we use to plaster/render the brickwork within the fireplace that would be heat resistant and not crack, etc. Can we paint the render and what sort of paint can be used.

Any advice would be really appreciated!

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Old 10-25-03, 07:16 PM
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Claire,

What you are suppose to have is a Permit to do this type of work. This is usally permitted only by a Licensed Fireplace Installer. I will not recommend anything here which may be considered hazardous to you and yours. Seek professional advice and get an on-site review before proceding further.

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Old 10-27-03, 08:31 AM
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Hi Doug

Thanks for your reply. It may be different in England. We have had the gas capped off by a professional and had the chimney swept properly. Other than that we do no need a permit here, although I will check before we go ahead.

Thanks for your advice.

Claire
 
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Old 11-08-03, 07:22 AM
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Wood Stove in fireplace

Hopefully you have some dealers around you, go out and look at Wood Stove inserts, if you fireplace is in good shape, you don't need to paint it, the inserts slide in and have a stainless pipe that goes up your exixting chimney. Take a look at http://www.lopistoves.com/
 
 

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