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    Removing chimney stack removal and repair work

    Roofers

    How much it would be to remove one chimney stack that's not in use, install new lead flashing around shared chimney and concrete the flaunching? This installation is on a shared chimney stack.
    Additionally, how much would it cost to re-render where there is evidence of some cracks?

    Many thanks.

    Asked by Santi on 15th Jan 2020
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    T&S roofing solutions

    "This all depends on certain elements of the job I.e the size of the chimney, removal of any pipes that may be installed and access but I can give you a estimate of between £600-£1000 from start to finish.
    I hope this helps."

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Sep 2019 - report
    Chestnutroofing

    "Hi, it's better to see the stack at first. I can give a rough price, you are looking at around £500 to £600."

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    THE ROOFING COMPANY

    "Hi,
    It’s best to arrange a visit. Impossible to price it without seeing the job."

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Aug 2016 - report
    PinPoint Roofing&Building

    "Impossible to price without viewing the job. It depends on too many variables like:

    - What's the access like.
    - How high up is it.
    - Does it require site clearance.
    - Is your roof slated. If so it will be dearer again due to possible scaffolding or at least roof irons.
    - Also what code lead would you like or what code leads are needed ."

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Feb 2017 - report
    priority property maintenance

    "Hi there,
    Bradley here from priority property maintenance, it depends on certain elements of the job I.e the size of the chimney, removal of any pipes that may be installed and access but I can give you a estimate of between £500-£900 from start to finish.
    Feel free to give me a call.
    Many thanks"

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Jun 2018 - report
    Kg building and roofing

    "To be honest because it’s joint it would depend on if the other party wanted theirs done as well. It’s not a big job, but it all depends on the size and if it’s making good or taking off and re-doing. Having said that I think it’s a job that needs looking at by 2 or 3 tradesmen.
    Many’s thanks,
    Kgroofing&building"

    Answered on 15th Jan 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report

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