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I have a historic 1827 home in Charleston, SC, and want to convert one fireplace to gas logs. There is a flue there but it probably needs some type of lining to comply with regulations. Is there something with a minimal size roof vent? This is the hist
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:43 PM

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Relining the chimney does not necessarily dictate the use of a termination that could be seen from the street. It is possible to use a flat top support plate that would be flush with the top of the chimney flue, thus keeping you from using a visible termination.

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I have a historic 1827 home in Charleston, SC, and want to convert one fireplace to gas logs. There is a flue there but it probably needs some type of lining to comply with regulations. Is there something with a minimal size roof vent? This is the historic district and needs approval for anything you can see from street

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