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Wood Fireplace Unit Installation | Fireplaces Guide

How to Install Fireplace Yourself?

Some companies provide fireplace installation when you’re buying their production. But if you want to install your fireplace yourself, this guide will help you.

First, you need to decide what kind of fireplace you want and can afford. There are several choices depending on different types of fuel, materials, price levels, design decisions and so on. In the ideal case you should visit more than one showrooms and feel the flow of the fireplace market. After doing this you’ll be much more prepared to decide what fireplace will fit best with your personal taste and existing home d?cor.

After choosing what fireplace you like you should ensure that this unit is sized for the room which you intend to heat.

Fireplace Installation

Fireplace Installation

When you have decided on whether to get insert or free-standing fireplace, you’ll need to decide what accessories you need and want. Nowadays there is a large specter of available fireplace accessories – fans, remote controls , thermostats, various “visualization” accessories varying from glass doors to aquatic scenes.

For fireplace installation you’ll need a permit for the construction, also you may require a visit from a government licensed inspector. They will made sure that the fixture is approved for use.

You should understand that almost precisely the installation of a fireplace will take several days. Very important is the type of wall into which fireplace is being installed.

When you are installing a fireplace insert, it will take you approximately 20 hours to do it correctly and properly. A professional, of course, will probably do it in a less time.

Also, while local regulations don’t usually demand it, it will be good to have a safety inspection on your newly installed fireplace from a government offic or a qualified installer.

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