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Gas Fires for a Class 1 Chimney
A class 1 chimney is a brick or stone-built chimney and is commonly found in houses built prior to 1930. These types of chimney are easily recognisable by the top of the chimney stack (and chimney pot) extending higher than the roof line which creates the draw. Here, we have displayed our range of gas fires suitable for a class 1 chimney, many of which are available with different effects, such as coal or logs, and with different finishes to better suit the interior décor. A gas certified liner will be required to line the chimney, to prevent the escape of any toxic gases into the house. This is largely due to the likely condition of the chimney stack, as these have commonly been used for open fires in the past and so the risk of damage and leakages is extremely high. A class 1 chimney can also be determined by the presence or lack of a constructional hearth- although this is not always necessary in relation to certain gas appliances (i.e. sealed gas appliances).
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