Domestic central heating boilers are often fitted on an outside wall, through which the flue passes to take the fumes away. Some properties have a room-sealed fan assisted boiler, where the flue can pass through wall or ceiling ducts. A flue is a special pipe that takes away the fumes and provides the needed amount of fresh air to the boiler. Over the last two years we have installed dozens of vertical flue kits on slate, tile and flat roofs. Largely these have been as a roofing contractor for local boiler installers. Using ladders and scaffolding to access the roof, we safely and securely carry out the removal of tiles, the incision of felt and the installation of the boiler flue. We are the perfect company to employ to make sure your roof is kept water tight around the break through for the flue.