We don’t often think about how the interior of a fireplace looks, but when a fire is crackling and we’re settling back to watch the flames dance in the fireplace, seeing cracked and broken tile behind it can sour the moment. This is where a fireback comes in!
Firebacks have been around for a long time and they serve three purposes:
Keep in mind that if you are installing a fireback to hide damage, it should be repaired first. Damage can prove dangerous to the structure of your fireplace, so it is best to perform maintenance on your fireplace often using high quality fireplace maintenance products. A fireback isn’t a replacement for the back of your firebox, merely a way to enhance it. Safe-T-Boots (feet) are available to position the fireback how you want it.
Safe-T-Boots (feet) are available to position the fireback how you want it. You can select Safe-T-Boots as an optional drop down on certain products.