I have a solid fuel back boiler in my fireplace, what fireplace can I choose?

If you have a back boiler, which is in use, then your fireplace design may be somewhat restricted. This is due to the fact that some back boilers may protrude out from the opening. If this is so, then your chosen design may have to be modified to suit the boiler. If you have a back boiler, which is not in use but still connected, we would advise on its removal.

Firstly, the boiler must be disconnected. This would have to be done by a plumber. Newbridge Heating & Fireplace Centre can then remove the back boiler and rebuild the opening. Please note that the removal of a disconnected back boiler is not included in the price of a fireplace. We would confirm a price for removal on a site survey.

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