A recent woodburner install near Haxby York.
This client wanted a stove installation Haxby York. They had a gas fire and marble back and hearth prior to the install.
Works to the recess at stove installation Haxby York were as follows:
With the Stove Installation Haxby York. First of all we removed the current gas fire and marble inset and hearth. We then carefully created a fireplace opening to approximately 950mm x 900mm, and installed a new reinforced concrete and steel lintel.
We provided to the back and sides of the newly formed recess, a Staggered Back Slate Chamber. Moreover, we also removed the current gas liner and made ready for the flue liner installation.
Continuing with making good the existing concrete substrate of the constructional hearth, in preparation for the receipt of the new hearth finish. Afterwards, we supplied and adhered to the substrate a sectional slate hearth. We then made good the plaster detail to the recess opening. Even more, we made good the skirting boards up to the edge of the recess so that there are no combustible materials near the appliance.
Stove installation and connection were as follows:
The current flue was swept of debris, we supplied and installed a 316-grade twin skin flue liner. Together with supplying and sitting in position a Dik Geurts Ivar 5 Wood stove. Continuing with installing a 2mm galvanised steel plate fixed to the underside of the concrete lintel that was sealed between the register plate and chimney with high-temperature sealant. Heat proof matt black stove paint finish applied to the register plate (prior to fitting).
A length of vitreous enamel pipe was fixed to the new chimney liner using the appropriate connection component and the joint sealed with fire silicone. A connection was made between the stove pipe and the appliance through the hole in the register plate and sealed with fire silicone.
The chimney flue was back filled around the base of the flue liner with light weight Vermiculite insulation, to help maintain a high flue gas temperature, and because a ‘warm flue is a happy flue’.
Furthermore, the chimney flue installation was completed with a Pot Hanging Cowl. Also we supplied and installed a chimney notice plate outlining details of the installation in accordance with Document J of Building Regulations.
The stove installation Haxby York was smoke tested by lighting a small fire upon completion to ensure that there was an adequate degree of draw and that all connections were sealed.
A HETAS certificate of compliance was provided for the stove installation Haxby York. Even more, we disposed of all debris from the site as the works progressed. Hot Box Stoves provided all relevant plant and equipment for the duration of the works.
Furthermore, we provided an Access Platform (Cherry Picker) and all access equipment for the duration of the works to fully comply with The Health and Safety at Works Act.
To conclude, we supplied and fitted in accordance with building regulations 1 number CO/ Carbon Monoxide Alarm. For the reason that it is mandatory with all stove installations as of 1st October 2010.
The stove installation Haxby York was a success and the client was very pleased.
The stove chosen by the customer was :