I'm with the others! it won't be long before that's a problem if left as it is.
True! you will need a gas man to advise/test
What I am saying is you don't need all that masonry in this day and age to vent a gas fire which you probably use half a dozen times a year!
The stuff I buy has ridges doth sides so You choose the best looking side to face the world.
That chimney is not suitable long term for that appliance, thousands of gas fires with the appropriate terminal without a chimney since the late 70,s
Knock it down! its useless.
Just use contact adhesive.
It certainly wouldn't be deemed correct if anything went wrong.
Can I suggest laying a 25mm sheet of celotex down first.
Well then it will be cold in winter and warm in the summer.
Is the porch sealed of from the rest of the house with its own door?
When you say porch! has it got its own heating?
A lot will depend on the direction of the prevailing wind as to whether enough damp gets through to be an issue, in this instance with limited...
Aye I've been there before, I'll buy them off you for a pound each when your done with them if that will make you feel better :D
Where did you just! pick up those tile and halfs?
I always pilot hole at the end of osb
Says it all really if you think you could do it better yourself!
Its not professional.
I generally screw a baton at the drip edge.
8x2" probably do, but you will need a ridge beam also.
Yes I don't see it being a problem either, although you will need contact adhesive on those bits.
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