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In older properties (pre 1940) you can usually guarantee that when an existing fireplace is removed, a brick chamber will be revealed in varying sizes and conditions. This chamber is known as the builder’s hole and was constructed at the initial building stage to later accommodate the chosen open fireplace.
Most stoves are designed to fit in to a traditional builder’s hole. Simply adding a hearth and re-pointing or rendering maybe all that is needed to create a new fireplace. Where the original brick chamber is in an unsuitable condition, we add reclaimed brick slips to give the desired effect. In modern houses the builder’s hole is usually a pile of rubble, in these cases we would have to undertake additional building works.
We believe stoves can be incorporated in to all interior designs. Contemporary, traditional, cast iron, steel, enamelled or coloured.