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Measuring Your Masonry Fireplace

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Because masonry fireplaces are man-made, and due to a home settling over the years, there are bound to be subtle differences in the measurements at different areas of your fireplace.  Therefore, we need to make sure we have measurements in multiple areas of your fireplace.

We have many guides, videos, and help to make sure that you are measuring correctly. This will save you time and issues later. We want to make this expierence perfect and easy for our customers. Please don't hesistate to reach out with any questions!

 
 

 

When submitting your measurements for your fireplace door, use the SMALLEST measurement from the width and the SMALLEST measurement from the height as your firebox measurements.

The measurement between your hearth and your firebox is very important.

Hearths can be at various levels.  The diagram here shows the different ways a hearth can be placed by your firebox.  It is very important for us to know where in relation to your fireplace your hearth is.

Remember...

  1. Correctly measure width and height with a non-stretchy tape measure.
  2. The fireplace mounting surface must be level.
  3. The fireplace door opening must be square and level.
  4. The opening must have enough mounting surface on top and bottom.
  5. Note the highest and lowest points on your fireplace opening. Example - The lintel bar sits lower than the brick.
  6. Determine the width of your fireplace opening by measuring the top, middle and bottom.
  7. Determine the height of your fireplace opening by measuring the right side, middle and left side.

Send the above information with a photo of your fireplace to
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or call us at
1-877-373-6677

 


How To Measure your Masonry Fireplace