Traditionally, a brick or stone fireplace was indicative of a masonry fireplace. However, this can be a bit misleading. With the introduction and trend of rustic home décor, many homeowners prefer and have incorporated the look of natural materials into their living spaces, including wood, marble, stone, and brick. This can make it a bit difficult for the novice to distinguish between a masonry and a prefabricated fireplace, and therefore prove to be a bit tricky to select the appropriate replacement door.
At first glance, the stone or brick facing on a fireplace may lead you to assume that you're looking at a masonry unit that was built along with the construction of the home in which it resides. Take a closer look...
Sometimes the anatomy and structure of a fireplace are not quite clear. Determining if you have a masonry or zero clearance application can be a tad confusing, especially if you just moved into a home with a fireplace and have never operated one before. That's where we come in! With over 50 years of combined experience, we can help! Please give us a call with any questions at 1-877-373-6677!
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