If what you have in your home is an old fireplace, you might have considered doing some remodeling ventures. Let’s say you’ve fallen in the love with the rich hues so prevalent on the runways this past fall and you’re willing to try something that maybe is a little risky, like painting the built in bookshelves that frame your fireplace a dark charcoal and incorporating jewel tones with splashes of vibrant color.
Talk with a fireplace contractor or a home designer or just spend some time shopping home improvement stores to learn about the different types of lumber, the types and styles of moldings and pilasters (columns) that are available, and the other materials you may want to use, such as stone, brick, drywall, etc.
Well, fire-codes vary across the country but most require six or more inches of non-combustible Facing between a wood-burning firebox and the leg of a wood mantel and usually call for ten to twelve inches of non-combustible facing between the top of the opening of a wood-burning fireplace and the bottom of a wood mantel header.
Fire codes vary across the country but most require five to six or more inches of non-combustible facing between the opening of a wood-burning firebox and the leg of a wood mantel and codes usually call for ten to twelve inches of non-combustible facing between the top of the opening of a wood-burning fireplace and the bottom of a wood mantel header.
Once the brick was removed, I painted the brass pieces on the fireplace with High Heat Spray Paint After it was painted, I removed the metal straps that were attached to the wall and sanded down the wall to remove any debris and left over mortar from the bricks.