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In 2017 I had a log burner fitted in an open fire place. All work was done by a HETAS engineer and the accompanying report filed. 

 

I note at the time he persuaded us not to have a flu liner or system installed so that section is left blank.

 

We are just selling our house and I'm now anxious that maybe this wasn't installed compliantly after a comment from the estate agent asking if there was a liner installed 😑

 

 

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Not required as long as they inspected the chimney and it was in good condition. 

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1 hour ago, PeterW said:

Not required as long as they inspected the chimney and it was in good condition. 

 

Thanks! Yes he did inspect it all and said it was in very good condition, weight off my mind. Selling houses is bloody stressful. 

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2 hours ago, PeterW said:

Not required as long as they inspected the chimney and it was in good condition. 

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