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Old 16-10-13, 09:20 PM   #1
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Anyone know the legalities of a fireplace fitted to a new house (6 years old)
And the bedroom upstairs was filling with smoke ,
Builder or fireplace company (bought separate) at fault

Picture after fireplace pulled out , and no those bricks didn't fall down that's were they left them
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Old 16-10-13, 09:39 PM   #2
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That's not a good look

I'm only guessing here but I would say you've got to speak to the fireplace company first, I would have thought they would have had to check what they were fitting and where they were fitting it...
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Was there a warranty on house ? I think new builds in uk have NHBC 10 year warranty


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Yes the 10 year will cover cost of plastering fire breast but I'm not interested in the money , I'm getting a log burner fitted as we speak ,

I want someone to be dragged over the coals for this so it doesn't happen again or if these jokers have done it in other houses I would want those owners notified ,

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Would suspect that there is a case of negligence there. Could have resulted in fatalities from carbon monoxide poisoning. Perhaps a chat with a local solicitor is the best way forward.
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Old 17-10-13, 03:18 PM   #6
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i agree someone is a fault and if investigated they whould/could trace who put the fire in originally
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Agree and Agree

But in meantime work is still underway and items bought

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Old 26-10-13, 07:15 PM   #8
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Nearly finished lol
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