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the part of the chimney that is above the roof

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Experts date its earliest parts to around 1480 when the timber-framed structure centred on a huge central chimneystack.
The building features a hipped natural slate roof with red brick chimneystacks.
Sainsbury's Home Insurance estimates one in five roofs require maintenance, while the Association of British Insurers reckons five million chimneystacks need repairs.
Professionals and amateurs alike find the par three 18th across a lake and uphill towards the ancient chimneystacks daunting and memorable.
The row of houses beyond also fits in with the view in the old photograph, with five chimneystacks and a street (Brompton Road) separating the first and second chimneys and then the park beyond.
We have also included copies of plans and leases, photographs of former collieries and an aerial photograph of the massive Haunchwood Brick and Tile factory, showing its many chimneystacks, buildings, railway lines and shunting yards.
Brickwork that is very wet will split apart when the frosts come, so the more we can protect the tops of the chimneystacks the safer they will be.
He's say, "Think of yourself as one of those big chimneystacks.
Chimneystacks - use the same brick when carrying out repairs Slate roofs - modern concrete tiles can weigh up to twice as much as slates Wall surface - be careful with repointing and aware that using paint on brickwork prevents it from 'breathing' and often results in the paint peeling off
This original 16th century wing displays upmarket close studwork, attractive herringbone and diamond detailing, all sitting easily next to later brick additions and still distinguished by mighty chimneystacks.
Starting from the bridge using the rooflines and chimneystacks the post card can be lined up perfectly.
Ensure doors and windows are securely fastened too and keep vehicles well away from any 'danger zones', for example close to trees, walls and fences or below chimneystacks that are in poor condition.
The Stack Strap is a safe way to secure aerials to chimneystacks without having to leave the safety of the roof ladder to fit it.
The house is mainly of brick with pitched and gabled, tiled roofs, an attractive front portico and some finely-built, diagonally set chimneystacks.
Details will include traditional glazing barns, some stone window treatments, canopy porches and chimneystacks.