Hi Guys, I'm after some advice please. I want to build a false wall over my existing chimney to mount a Samsung 55" LED TV. Mainly because I don't want to mess around with chasing cables into the brick and also to get a recessed look. I'd like to attempt this myself as I'm quite handy with a bit of DIY. I'll get someone in to plaster the wall once I've finished. My questions are: 1. I have a small working gas fire. I've left it on for an hour on full heat and the chimney wall was barely warm to touch. Do you think it'd be ok to mount the TV above it? 2. I don't want to add too much depth to the chimney so can I get away with a depth of just a single 38x63mm stud and 12mm plasterboard? The TV will be mounted into the chimney directly. 3. I haven't bought the TV yet but have exact dimensions and have the wall bracket. Do you think it's wise to build the false wall in readiness for the TV (will be a couple of months before I get it) or would you advise waiting until I have the TV? 4. Finally has anyone else embarked on a similar project? I tried searching the forum but didn't find anything. Just found a lot of false chimney builds. Any advice/tips appreciated.