Fireplace Mantels & Mantel Kits
Fireplace mantels are a key way to emphasize and improve the focal point of your fireplace. With a wide variety of mantels, as well as fireplace surround
options, we have the perfect one for you at eFireplaceStore.com. Our selection of fireplace mantel kits is just right for adding something special to enhance your space.
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from bethesda MD asked:
March 12, 2018
WE are trying to place a large tv over a gas fireplace. For the fit, we may need a mantel that is not 48"high.
What is the lowest height mantel that would be appropriate with a gas fireplace?
The answer will vary per the mantel clearances outlined in the installation manual for your gas fireplace. Based on shelf depth (or projection), the mantel shelf may only come to a certain point above the fireplace. To answer this question, we would have to know the make and model number of your gas fireplace, but I would recommend considering a mantel shelf and not a full mantel surround with legs on either side as this option will allow you the ability to install the mantel shelf at the minimum height above the fireplace (based on shelf depth).
on March 13, 2018
from PA asked:
October 14, 2017
I have a free standing ventless propane fireplace with a mantel that has been used for many years with no issues and was serviced by a propane supplier. Last year, a noticeable amount of black residue appeared on the face of the mantle; this has been serviced again and the black residue continues to appear. What could be the cause?
You will want to make sure that your logs are arranged in the exact way the manufacturer recommends, as this is one of the leading causes of soot creation.
on October 16, 2017
from Bellingham, WA asked:
September 10, 2015
Your mantels show measurements for height, width and depth and I assume that the height and width are outside measurements but what does the depth refer to?
The depth measurement is usually referring directly to the mantel shelf. Some mantels will also show a leg depth, if the mantel uses vertical side legs.
on September 11, 2015
from Des Moines, IA asked:
February 12, 2015
What are the minimum required clearances for a wood surround and mantel applied to the brick face of a conventional masonry fireplace? Where would I find these figures including allowable projection of the legs and mantels?
Per the IRC, the guidelines are to have at least 6 inches of noncombustible veneer between the top and sides of the fireplace opening to the nearest combustible mantel legs or breast board. The legs do not have a projection limitation but between 6 and 12 inches above the fireplace, the breastboard can only project 3/4 of an inch. At the 12 inch mark, the mantel can project further, with no projection limitations.
on February 12, 2015
from TN asked:
January 1, 2015
Which side does the gas line need to come into on a model CFX32? Does it need to come in through the left side or right and how far up from the floor does it need to be made?
Per the manufacturer, the gas line is ideally routed from the left side on this unit and the knockout is approximately 3 inches from the base.
on January 2, 2015
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