Four easy options for installing The Stove Box whatever the circumstances.
Use when there is an existing chimney breast. This is the most popular way the Stove Box is used, as many houses have a chimney. This will have a chimney stack with a pot on the top, and most likely would have had an open fire in it at some time.
Use when there is no chimney present. With many houses not having a chimney and a stove is required, there are various options in a room with no flue or in some cases a class 2 flue, which is not suitable for a multi, gas, or wood burning stove.
Use when there is no chimney present. This option is for a house with no chimney, but the flue cannot go up through to the roof for various reasons, then a false chimney breast is built, the stovebox is inserted and the twinwall goes up only to the first metre above the top of the box and then at an angle out through to the exterior up to the recommended height.
No chimney and tight for space? Use the NEW Eco-Space Saver. An innovative design which a stove box is chopped into the wall inside and through the outside skin to protrude from the exterior wall and the stove box is placed on a hearth and then insulated to meet the 'U" values, which is then bricked up.