How much mess and dust should I expect when removing a chimney breast?

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Removing a chimney breast can be quite a dusty job and so carpets, floors and furniture should be protected before any work starts. Where possible, a room should be cleared minimising the possibility of dust going onto furniture and ideally new carpets rolled up and protected.

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