external chimney

exterior chimney, external chimney

A chimney located outside, and usually attached to, an exterior wall of a house at the gable end, gambrel end, or mansard end.
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The barns and outhouses are mouldering away; the sheds are patched and half roofless; the log cabins (built in Virginia with external chimneys made of clay or wood) are squalid in the last degree.
This new internal chimney inspection solution complements its existing industry-leading external chimney stack inspection service, which involves using a drone to capture high definition images of the stack's full external surface, before creating a three dimensional model of the chimney.
Ian Simmons, erection of external chimney |flue, Tangerine Confectionery Ltd, Westgate, Cleckheaton.
He said: "We were called to a collapse of an external chimney breast into the rear gardens of two properties.
The Harewood design is detached and provides four bedrooms, priced from pounds 144,000, featuring two dormer windows, a bay, decorative porch detailing, integral garage and external chimney breast.
Since many of Mundelein's manholes had been built in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, we had originally anticipated that only 66 percent of them could be rehabilitated with either internal or external chimney seals.
I Simmons, external chimney flue, Tangerine |Confectionary Ltd, Westgate, Cleckheaton.
| J Barraclough, ground and first floor extension, external chimney and formation of off road parking area (conservation area), 46 Blacksmiths Fold, Almondbur y.
D Mulhall, two storey rear extension and external chimney stack (conservation area), 41 New Street, Golcar.

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