Fireplace. Sunday , January 21st , 2018 - 23:30:56 PM
Although fireplaces are no longer the primary way to heat a home, they are still quite popular for doing just that. Especially for those who live in very rural areas, a fireplace can be a potentially incredible investment if you have the means to gather your own wood. Heating your house doesn‘t have to cost money - if you have the motivation, you can trade a little hard work for some heat.
Refacing the fireplace -- If you want to take the project to a whole new level, you can drastically change the look of a fireplace by using different materials on the exterior face of the fireplace. You can create a high-end elegant look with marble slabs, a modern look with concrete slabs, or a Craftsman look with small tiles in different shades and complementary woodwork. You can either add a mantel or remove one. You can change the shape or the size of the mantel to provide different proportions to your fireplace. Another option is to sheetrock or plaster parts of the fireplace. If the mass of the fireplace is too much for the room, you can reduce it by adding sheetrock or paneling to the exterior. There are even veneer stone and brick materials that are fairly easy to apply that can give your fireplace a very traditional look.
The idea of an outdoor fireplace: This is where something known as an outdoor fireplace comes into play. This product takes the idea of a home fireplace and applies it to an outdoor living area. Resembling a normal fireplace, the outdoor variety is weather proof, very durable, and amazing at directing heat exactly where you want it. With an outdoor fireplace, you can have a fun, safe, and warm time with your family regardless of the temperature outside!
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