By Joe Visinski from Shelton, CT on September 1, 2012
I am planning on using the Firerock 42" Outdoor Series Arched unit. Do you have panels for the rear, both sides, and bottom of the fireplace?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 4, 2012
Answer:The manufacturer recommends that the interior of this particular unit be finished out with either fire brick, stone, or refractory mortar. I called them to check if refractory panels are recommended for use, but they advised against this.
These units have not been tested with something as thin as the refractory panels, and they indicated that fire brick or stone is necessary to protect the structure of the unit and properly insulate it.
By Selly from Canada, Quebec on April 16, 2012
Hi, I would like to ask for the dimension for this product. Is 48 Inch the length of the product, all 3 "panels" together? And what is the height of this product? Will this product fits in any fireplace of that size or it is really only for Tahoe Delux Fireplaces as indicated in the product description? Our fireplace is 15.5 inch long on each side and 17 inch in the back, and its height is of 15 inch. Will this product fit in there?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on April 17, 2012
Unfortunately, this item is manufactured specifically for Empire's 48" Tahoe Direct Vent fireplaces. We can only recommend this product to you if this is the type of fireplace that you have. If you provide the manufacturer and model number of your fireplace, we would be happy to search for a compatible liner set. Or, you can click here
to view our universal liners that can be cut to fit.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 17, 2012
Answer:The manufacturer does not provide specific dimensions of this panel kit, as it is indeed meant to be used with the Tahoe Deluxe fireplace by Empire. 48" references the front opening of the Tahoe fireplace.
I can certainly attempt to locate a panel kit for your fireplace, but the manufacturers go off of name and model number of the fireplace, rather than measurements. If you have the model information from the build plate on the fireplace, I can look into this for you.
Please let me know the model and manufacturer name of your fireplace and I will be happy to assist you further.