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dégoudronnage débristage

Posted by Rooben - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Fitter - 3 years ago

That's what I suspected might be the case - not an easy job I guess, hence the high cost.

 

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Posted by Rooben - 3 years ago

The ramonage man told us that the heat from the tube is enough to set the tar alight.

 

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Posted by Itwasntme-998041 - 3 years ago

Why have it de-tarred, have a s/s flue liner fitted. job done. 

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Posted by Rooben - 3 years ago

There is no existing flue liner. The quote is for detarring the chimney - previously there was an ancient insert woodburner that we have just removed - very inefficient, pretty much open to the elements at the top - no wonder there wasn't much heat coming into the room. We will fit a liner - the new wood burner is sitting waiting, looking beautiful.

 

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Posted by Fitter - 3 years ago

So, is the quote for de-tarring the existing flue liner or for de-tarring the stone/brick built chimney prior to fitting a liner?

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Posted by DrNana - 3 years ago

Sorry, it looks as if my reply is from a different person - it's not - just a different computer and different default email and login. They quote for 638 did not include fitting a flue liner.

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Posted by DrNana - 3 years ago

No it doesn't

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Posted by Fitter - 3 years ago

Does that price include fitting a new liner to the chimney?