Morso Squirrel 1412 on tiled hearth
Most potential customers seem to have either a bricked up chimney breast, an old gas fire fixed to the wall, or a fireplace and fire they inherited with the house but have never particularly liked.
The picture of the Morso Squirrel on a black tiled hearth, is typical of what we are asked to change the fireplace to, although occasionally we are asked to fit a wooden beam above, or maybe a wooden or stone surround.
We have a selection of mock fireplaces in the showroom if you're looking for inspiration with a choice of different hearths such as tiles and granite.
We are very flexible as to what we can do fireplace wise. The one in the picture is lined with fire protection board, which looks like a plastered finish and which can be emulsioned afterwards, but we can do brick or stone, we can tile the opening; we can fit pre-tiled panels covered with slate, etc.
If there is no chimney at all, we can erect a twinwall insulated stainless steel one - see pictures - either left visible in the room, or hidden inside a mock chimney breast on the ground floor.
Click here to see a gallery of other installations we have completed
External twinwall flue, using British Made Midtherm HTS in black powder-coat finish.
Heta Inspire 45 in mock chimney breast with polished granite hearth.