false chimney breast with chesneys stove

Chesney’s Salisbury 8 Log Burner With Twin Wall Flue System

One of our customers wanted to create a new focal point for their living room. They required a larger stove for the size and location of the room. We decided to fit a Chesney’s Salisbury 8 Multi Fuel stove. As there was no existing chimney present in the room we fitted a new factory made twin wall flue system. This ran through the wall and up the outside of the property.

To be in keeping with the house we opted to build a false chimney breast to house the log burner. This was a clockwork construction with a rustic rural blend brick interior. The customer specified a very rustic riven slate hearth & slim oak mantlepiece.

The Chesney’s Salisbury 8 gave the room a perfect central point. The final product blended in perfectly and gave them an efficient way of heating the room with a renewable fuel.

twinwall flue with brick fireplace

brick lined false chimney breast

lon burner with twinwall flue

salisbury 8 stove with brick fireplace

false chimney breast with chesneys stove

free standing wood burner alton

Free Standing Wood Burner, Alton, Hampshire

This freestanding wood burner is a Contura 810L with a twin wall chimney system. If you want a wood burner but don’t have a chimney in place a prefabricated twin wall chimney system is the simple solution. The basic requirement for a freestanding stove is a non combustible hearth & a flue to remove the combustion gasses.

A free standing wood burner is a great way to introduce a new clean and efficient heat source to you room.

free standing wood burner alton

freestanding wood burner with round hearth

cream enamel log burner with rustic mantle piece

Cream Cast Iron Stove & Twin Wall Flue Installation, Godalming, Surrey

This the F100, a cast iron multi fuel stove by Jotul. The stove is finished in a cream enamel. This was an existing open fireplace with an unusable chimney. We ran a new twin wall chimney system though the bedroom above, through the loft space and exiting through the roof. The customer specified a light coloured hearth, which is a textured but lightly polished sandstone. The huge oak mantlepiece was found at a local reclamation yard and then finished sand blasted and oiled.

This stove gives a great centre piece to the room and matches perfectly the other decoration throughout the house.

cream enamel log burner with rustic mantle piece

externally build fireplace

External Fireplace with Twinwall Flue, Farnham, Surrey

FireBug were commissioned to construct an external fireplace chamber with twin wall chimney system.

This customer wanted to create a fireplace in a room without a chimney, but they didn’t want to loose the space that an internal false chimney breast take up. The solution is to build the fireplace chamber on the outside of the house.

This construction requires a small footing to be laid to support the weight of the new brickwork. We then match the construction of the main house, that is double skin brickwork with insulation. The fireplace chamber is operated from the roof structure by a fire break. We then run a twin wall chimney system to through the new roof structure to the correct termination height above the roof.

We then laid a granite front and back hearth inside and fitted a limestone fireplace surround. After this came the plastering and finally fitting the wood burning stove. The stove here is a salisbury 5 series.

Now our customer has a a safe & efficient way to heat their living room as well as a beautiful centre point to the room.

twinwall exits an external fireplace

twinwall exits an external fireplace

externally build fireplace

externally build fireplace

free standing stove on granite hearth

Freestanding Wood Burning Stove, Four Marks, East Hampshire

As part of the renovation of this bungalow in Four Marks, we were commissioned to install a freestanding wood burning stove. This property didn’t have a chimney so it was required to fit a twinwall flue system. The chimney runs up through the ceiling, through the loft space, and exits through the roof. The stove choice here was a Contura 850 in black finish on a textured granite hearth.

Contura is a great choice of stove for this style of installation. With its low distance to combustibles, the Contura range of wood burning stoves can sit just 100mm away from a combustible wall. The tall design of the stove also works better aesthetically when a stove is freestanding in the room. It is also quite handy to have an area to store your wood beneath the stove.

Twinwall flue installation

Twinwall flue in hampshire

free standing stove on granite hearth

Scan wood burning stove Hampshire

Free Standing Log Burner, Lasham, East Hampshire

This Scan 83-3 Maxi log burner is all that is needed to heat this log cabin. The stove is stood on a glass hearth, letting you see the wood floe underneath. A twinwall flue system serves as the chimney for the appliance. A Woodburning appliance is the perfect way to heat an off grid property such as this.

free standing log burner in wood cabin

free standing log burner in wood cabin

making tea on a hobbit stove in the art studio

Hobbit Log Burner in Art Studio Wood, Alton, East Hampshire

The Hobbit Woodburning stove is the perfect choice when space is at a minimum. These tiny stoves were originally designed to be fitted in narrow boats but we have fitted them in all sorts of properties. More often than not this the stove of choice for garden rooms, garden offices and shepherds huts.

Our customer contacted us as she wanted a way to heat her art studio at the bottom of her garden. She also requested that we set the stove up so she could heat her tea pot on the top. This stove is shown with the tall stand – which we would normally recommend when in a free standing situation.

The stove is standing on a limestone hearth and is connected to as twinwall insulated flue. We couldn’t recommend this little stove enough, especially if you have a small space that needs a decent heat output.

making tea on a hobbit stove in the art studio

hobbit stove in art studio

twin wall flue install in garden room

twin wall flue install in art studio

wood burner with granite hearth and oak mantle

Wood Burner In False Chimney Breast, Farnham, Surrey

This is a classic twin wall flue installation, where there was no chimney present in the room. Creating a false chimney breast creates a feature in the room whilst keeping a traditional style. The chimney breast is constructed with a metal stud work, fire resistant board &. then plastered. The inside of the fireplace is lined with a heatproof cement board which can then be painted.

The wood burning stove is a Salisbury 5 by Chesney’s. We have fitted a floating oak mantlepiece finished in danish oil & a honed black granite hearth. All the elements have come together to transform this living room, whilst giving the customer a clean and efficient way of heating the room.

log burner with false chimney breast

wood burner with granite hearth and oak mantle

log burner in false chimney breast with twinwall flue

False chimney breast and wood burning stove

Corner log burner in new extension

Corner Log Burner Installation, Four Marks, Alton, Hampshire

A freestanding log burner is a very typical addition to a large kitchen diner extension. Contura is a great brand when looking for this type of stove – they have a very low distance to combustibles, which means they can stand close to a stud work or plasterboard wall.

This customer wanted a circular corner hearth, but we can make your corner hearth in all shapes and sizes. The hearth here is in honed jet black granite. The stove is a Contura 510 Style with a cast door.

This type of installation called for the use of a Twinwall insulated flue system which runs straight up through the roof. This is ideally installed before the roof covering is fitted.

Corner log burner in new extension

External twinwall flue exiting flat roof

Hobbit wood burning stove with hand made tiles

Small Wood Burning Stove Installation Farnham, Surrey

Small Wood Burning Stove Installation in Shepherds Hut in Farnham, Surrey

This small Salamander Hobbit wood burning stove is perfect for a small space like a custom built shepherd hut. The clipped corner hearth in river slate is perfect to keeping things compact and out of the way whilst still protecting the building from fire. If you have a small space, garden room, shepherds hut or art studio that needs an independent heat source get in touch with FireBug to fit you a wood burning stove.