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FireRock 30 Inch See-Through Vented Masonry Fireplace

FireRock 30 Inch See-Through Vented Masonry Fireplace

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Manufacturer: FireRock
FireRock Part Numbers: 01FR0330
Item Number: FRK-01FR0330



  • Size: 30 Inches
  • Color: Masonry
  • Product Dimensions: 38" W x 60" H x 28 1/2" D
  • Made in the USA
  • Backed by 20 year warranty
  • Unique radius lintel feature
  • 30 inch see-through vented firebox
  • Can use wood, coal, or gas fuel types
  • Can be installed directly on wooden floor
  • Allows for a true masonry finish without a chimney
  • Lintel curves inward to create aerodynamic flow to the chimney
  • Use only with unvented decorative gas logs that comply with ANSI Z21.11.2
  • Actual viewing area: 32 1/2" W x 34 1/2" H
  • Minimum front clearance: 12"
  • Minimum side clearance: 28"
  • Minimum above unit clearance: 30"
The engineers at FireRock understand the customer so they make products like this FireRock 30 Inch See-Through Vented Fireplace. It gives you flexibility in its design so you can use it wherever your heart desires. And because it's made in the USA with a 20 year warranty means you can buy a FireRock fireplace with peace of mind. One of these FireRock masonry fireplaces can go outside and inside your home. That's versatility that comes from intelligent design.

Venting Requirements: This item requires a chimney with 12" inner diameter.

Please Note: Vent diameter listed is for Class A metal chimney, 15" diameter is required if masony chimney is being used.

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Daniel H. from asked:
These are wood-burning, right? Just have to add firebrick inside?
These are wood-burning, right? Just have to add firebrick inside?
That is correct. The fireplace requires a mortar kit to assemble, plus refractory brick/lining and venting, if the stack needs to be taller than what comes with the fireplace.
Answered by: Devon P.


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