Building A Fireplace：An outdoor fireplace sets your home apart and becomes a focal point for decoration and function in the backyard.
Building A Fireplace
1. Choose a fireplace kit that is easy to assemble and time saving.Fireplace sets come in all shapes and sizes, from minimalist to elaborate designs that include bells and bagpipes.The advantage of a fireplace kit is that you can choose different models depending on your budget.Limited budget?No problem, there must be a suitable one.Have a relatively adequate budget?There's no ceiling.
2.Create your own designs.Think of yourself as a builder, or a stonemason?Why use those components when you can build a design in your head that doesn't require compromise?Most autonomous designs use cinder blocks or materials as strong and economical as beams.Beam frame masonry or block on cinder turn after paving veneer SLATE.When designing, consider the following three elements:
Pedestal: the best pedestal for a fireplace is a reinforced concrete pedestal.Self-built fireplaces are often heavier than modular ones, which means the base needs to be stronger and thicker than normal ones.
Hearth: the hearth is used for making fire, and the hearth built by yourself is lined with firebricks.On the other hand, if you don't want to build it yourself, you can buy your own furnace (including stainless steel or other bricks).
Chimneys or vents: a wood-burning fireplace requires a chimney or firetrap, while a gas fireplace requires only vents.
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We offer customization in size, color, and design.
Over 30-year factory experience
Outer in 3cm standard wooden crate, inner in plastic or foam
40-60 days after deposit (15-20days to produce, 25-35days to transport)
High polished or honed
We can take orders according to photo or drawing from you
1.Strict Quality Control and Supervision System Guarantees Good Quality.
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