Fireplaces can become very dated since it was originally installed, especially those built before 1980.
They were frequently large wood burning and dominated the room. Today’s gas fireplaces allow for a more inviting look to compliment your room decor.
1960’s Overbearing Fireplace
This 1960’s style wood fireplace was huge, took up a large space in the room. An earlier owner had installed a gas insert.
We removed the left side to balance out the size and removed the hearth. In total we removed about 750 pounds of brick, rebuilt the left side and painted them to brighten the whole unit up. This was part of a whole house renovation project, this room had new flooring, pot lights, baseboards and paint added for a complete finished look.
This basement fireplace was installed in the 1980’s as a wood burner and converted to has. The owner wanted to update the look, we tiled cultured stone over the bricks to provide a more inviting appearance. The brick hearth was removed.
The homeowner will install new flooring to compliment the new stonework.
Towne Classic Fireplace
Towne Classic Fireplace, Ajax needed tiles installed around the floor display unit.