redundant chimney stacks - to remove or not to remove

Cor Blimey - you could knock me dahn wiv a fever , what a `ows yer farver over a pair of stacks - I `ve run me rods up a good few of them back in the good old days - nah all the works I gets for me an Mary are guest appearances at weddings . No smoke in The smoke nowadays :cry: Get `em dahn I says ;)
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First question is do you like the chimneys?

I tend to think in general, original features should be kept where possible, but on the other hand I can't say I like them. It's all a matter of taste. Victorian brickwork isn't to my taste - too unfriendly and grimy looking... but then I've spent ages restoring a 1940s ironwork porch and railings many people don't like but I do.

From a purely practical point of view you are surely better off removing them, less maintenance, less possibility of leaking, if you want solar thermal or PV less risk of shading etc.


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