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The process of building a fireplace involves selecting a location, cutting a hole in the existing wall, constructing the surrounding structure and either constructing a chimney or installing electric or gas lines for non... More »

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Building a wooden fireplace mantel requires the use of a circular saw, a miter saw, an electric drill and driver and a brad nailer. Supplies necessary include veneer plywood, shoe molding, crown molding, integrated baseb... More »

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Indoor open fireplaces come in many shapes and sizes from wall mounted and freestanding to minimalistic and hanging or suspended fireplaces; all open fireplaces can be installed by purchasing a kit and following the guid... More »

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Masonry fireplaces and factory-built fireplaces are two different types of chimney diagrams. The diagrams show the differences in components, construction and materials used in building both types of chimneys. Different ... More »

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The main hazard of ventless gas fireplaces is that there is no flue or chimney to expel gases to the outside, which may result in measurable traces of chemical residue such as carbon monoxide remaining in the exhaust and... More »

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Martin Hearth and Heating manufactures fireplaces, inserts, heaters and gas logs as well as other wood burning, b vent, direct vent and vent-free products. The Martin Hearth and Heating's products are manufactured by MHS... More »

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A chimney fire is the burning of soot and chimney build-up called creosote on the inner surfaces of the chimney. Chimney fires start when the heat inside the chimney flue ignites the excess soot and creosote. Soot is hig... More »

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