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    Gas safe engineer needed for chimney breast removal?

    Plumbers

    Is a gas safe registered engineer required for a chimney breast removal or would it depend on different factors? If so, what might it depend on?

    Asked by Tushar on 24th May 2022
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    Property Maintenance North East

    "Hello. You would normally only need a Gas Safe registered engineer if you had the gas supply to a previously installed gas fire or one currently installed within the chimney area."

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Jun 2018 - report
    Harrow Plumbing & Harrow Homes maintenance

    "No a gas saftey engineer is not required, as long as there is not a working boiler and the chimney is still in use ,a good builder will be able to do it"

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    J burrows plumbing & heating

    "Not for the removal of the chimney breast itself. However I’f you have a back boiler in the fire place then yes gas safe engineer to isolate & remove"

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    Contour Builders Ltd

    "Not for a chimney breast removal however quite often you will find a gas supply for an old fireplace which has been capped. This would need removing by a gas safe engineer for a nominal fee."

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    Snc plumbers

    "Generally gasmen only have knowledge of gaspipes so consult a qualified builder."

    Answered on 18th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    D tech FM

    "No unless there's is gas behind the chimney breast that requires capping. But a general builder or handyman would be sufficient. But keep in mind you may need building regs to comply with as you more than likely have to install a lintel."

    Answered on 8th Jun 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report

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