In this article learn about the dangers of carbon monoxide, where to place carbon monoxide detector and comply with building regulations along with discovering what the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are and what to do if you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning. Danger of Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas that has no… Read More »
Billing Chimney proudly supported Chimney Fire Safety Week 2017, raising awareness of safe chimney use. This year we provided seven tips to help prevent chimney fires, these are: Test your smoke alarms monthly. Get your chimney inspected regularly. Make sure your chimney is swept according to the type of fuel being used. Use the appropriate… Read More »
The building regulations regarding solid fuel combustion appliances within thatch properties can appear to be vast and daunting on first reading, resulting in a home owner perhaps becoming uneasy as to the quantity of works, the cost implications an installation may have and also the insurability of the property. Below we have outlined the key… Read More »
Do you have a fireplace smell in house? With all solid fuel appliances there will be an associated smell of the material being burnt. Perhaps when you open the stove door a waft of smoke enters the room. Flues take a while to warm up and therefore may not draw well immediately. This is normal… Read More »
So you have no existing chimney stack and you like the look of a free standing stove, perhaps one of the more contemporary designs. What do you need to do for a chimney and flue? One option is to build a new traditional chimney stack and line it but the costs are high. The quicker… Read More »
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