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Empire Herringbone Ceramic Liner - For 36" Tahoe Premium Fireplaces - DVP-36-D2H

Empire Herringbone Ceramic Liner - For 36" Tahoe Premium Fireplaces - DVP-36-D2H

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Empire
Empire Part Numbers: DVP36D2H
Item Number: CUI-DVP36D2H
UPC: 720968993120

Features

  • Ceramic fiber liner for 36" Tahoe Premium fireplaces
  • Light colored bricks with realistic smoke patterns
How you finish the inside of your fireplace is a design choice just as much as the surround and the trim that you use to adorn the exterior. This firebrick liner gives you the look of real masonry without all the fuss. It looks like light colored bricks with smoke smudges from years of use in the fireplace. In addition, the herringbone pattern will also add some visual interest. This liner will fit the 36" Tahoe Premium fireplaces by Empire.

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H T. from Tulsa OK asked:
What are the dimensions in inches (width, height, and thickness) for this?
What are the dimensions in inches (width, height, and thickness) for this?
The manufacturer does not provide the dimensions of this set as it is only meant for specific fireplaces.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Ray from California asked:
Does this liner come in white herringbone?  If not, is it safe to stain or paint and withstand the heat?
Does this liner come in white herringbone? If not, is it safe to stain or paint and withstand the heat?
No, there is no white herringbone brick option for the Empire Tahoe models. While painting is possible, over time the paint will peel and crack, depending on frequency of use and other factors.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Gerald M. from Brighton, Michigan asked:
How is this liner attached to the fire box walls?  A glue or some sort of clips?
How is this liner attached to the fire box walls? A glue or some sort of clips?
This is meant to be held up with clips.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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