Putting cooker into chimney breast free
That chimney breast isn't wide enough to set your range into it. You could instead fake it: Box out the chimney breast to make it wider and sit the range on the front of the chimney breast in the middle of the space. Get your builder to make a canopy like the one in picture three and put an extractor in there.
Apr 04, 2012 The chimney narrows and on closer inspection, there appears to be a piece of MDF stuck into the breast with the extractor fan attached to that (please do not look at this photo if you are eating) The space the MDF is fitted into is 30x70 I have no idea where it vents I will have a look outside. I just assumed it went up the chimney
Oct 24, 2011 My daughter has a chimney breast in her kitchen and I assume a covered fireplace. This is as a result of two rooms being knocked into one sometime in the past by a previous owner. The bedroom above also has a covered fireplace with an air brick. And the chimney is capped by a slab. This is all on an outside non shared wall.
Sep 19, 2017 Morning, I've recently bought a range cooker that I would like setting back into the chimney breast in my kitchen. Finding adviceinformation about this is proving much harder than I anticipated, so wondered if anyone here had done this, and
Jan 23, 2018 Chop into a chimney breast to fit a range cooker. However there is what could be a useful part of the chiney to the left of the cupboard which would explain the arch on the left of the kitchen chimney. As you can see there is a wooden beam in the kitchen where the pans hang from, which goes into the chimney however this goes all
Oct 03, 2012 2 Answers. Yes you can put the cooker in the chimney breast but it will require widening and it would need to be structurally supported with a RS J. Depending on weight above you may need a structural engineer to calculate size and weight bearing. You would not need to notify the council because you are not changing the building size or shape
Feb 03, 2011 Opening up a chimney breast. I need to do this in a 30s house to put a range cooker in. It's about waist high with a woodburning stove in the space as it is. We didn't need to do anything else though managed to get an extractor to fit into space and had to put a liner in chimney for the extraction. Again, not sure how much that cost.
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