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Comment: Adjusting the flue before encasing it with fireproof 'fermacell' duct.
The last section of stainless steel insulated flue held by the collar.

Meanwhile Margaret was cutting hemp wool semi rigid  insulation and stuffing them into the timber framed sections of wall.

Putting insulation into the corner of the dining room.

Insulation in the WC wall - the white spots are from the plasterers machine.

Another fiddly bit of framing for 'fermacell'.

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Jun 17, 2008 - 12:45 PM
Poplar ceiling boarding over the kitchen.

The partly finished chimney flue inner lining of 'fermacell'.

One side of the flue lining has to be left open until all the over sections of flue have been joined up to the stove/

The external larch boarding on the roof light is more exposed to the weather and needed more protection - another coat of linseed oil and cover strips over the corners.

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