January 21, 2012 in Photo Questions
Is this a prefab fireplace (metal box) with the stone work installed in an arch design to make it look like a custom masonry fireplace? I just can't see enough detail in the photo to be sure.
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Crisp Architects
It is a full stone fireplace. The code requires glass doors which owners sometimes remove after final inspection.
   January 21, 2012 at 7:33AM
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The stone is beautiful, but I found one of your upclose photos of this and I see that it actually is a zero clearance prefab fireplace with a track glass door installed on it. The stone covers up most of the prefab (metal) firebox, but because its an arch it couldn't cover it all. The reason I ask is I design and manufacture glass doors and screens for this application that can cover up the entire metal box. I am new to this site so just learning how to use it, but could send you some photos if you like.
   January 21, 2012 at 7:49AM
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