chimney block

chimney block

A solid concrete masonry unit with curved faces, intended for use with other similar units in laying up a round flue.
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The target, which has seven plants and a staff of 400, engages in the manufacture of clay building materials, such as wall and partition blocks and chimney blocks, that improve buildings' thermal performance and meet the requirements of low-consumption buildings.
So obviously I am barricaded in for the duration with the chimney blocked and the windows tight shut.
If you've read anything more informative than the Beano, you'll know that in Victorian times, life was hard, and Santa would probably find the chimney blocked by coughing, pale-faced sweeps trying to prolong the job so as not to get sent back to the workhouse for another beating.
We purchased some hollow 17" x 20" chimney blocks and stacked them on top of each other about seven feet high, with a little mortar in between them.
"It looks as though the chimney blocks and various parts of the roof are in a fairly dangerous state.
It missed out on being listed because some internal fittings and chimney blocks had gone missing.
David Adams from Lisburn had his house paint-bombed, security equipment stolen and his chimney blocked.
All the original fireplace had been removed and the chimney blocked up.
Two long weeks and two days later, the first chimney blocks rose above the eaves, and I said to myself, "If the fumes come this far, surely they'll know the direction from here on." I brought out my dear wife to extend the credit where credit certainly was overdue.