Unique Gas Fires for Bathroom Corner Fireplace - Project #11197
Customer Comments: I have attached a couple of pictures of my fireplace. Originally built in the 1950's. I was told the set in it is a ventless set. I am not sure how to confirm that. I did look at the sticker underneath the set and it says it is a 60,000 btu outdoor propane set. Needless to say, the flue lever fell and broke most of the logs. I cannot find a solution for this fireplace that looks decent so I actually bought mortar cement to put the logs back together, but I never fired it back up because that little voice was telling me not to. Are you aware of any good solutions for this fireplace? I wouldn't mind having a ventless and keeping the flue open, even though it doesn't make sense. I just want the safest option. The best research I could find shows that the company either went out of business or was sold to another company in Minnesota more than 10 years ago. This is in a bathroom in the master suite of a larger bedroom. Thank you
Our Comments: Here are a couple solutions I think you will find quite unique and befitting for your fireplace.
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Note: These mock-ups are not to scale and are meant to help you choose the model of your screen or door, not the finish. Although we may create a general representation of black, iron, bronze, gold and silver tones, you must choose your finish from our samples using the links below. Ask your project manager which samples apply to the items in your project.
Finish Samples: Design Specialties Finishes | Stone Manufacturing Finishes | Hearth Creations Finishes
Mesh & Insulation Options
The Mesh options are behind the glass so you can burn the fire with the doors open and still have spark protection. Great for real wood or gas logs since most gas long manufacturers insist that you have a screen in front of the logs when they are burning. Mesh panel doors are the most popular and are best for when there are toddlers present because they will not open backwards whereas the mesh screens are easily pushed in. Insulation goes between the back of the frame and the fireplace facing, providing a better seal.
This page was created as part of our Free Fireplace Door Design service. Anyone who has a fireplace and is considering glass doors can take advantage of this program. All you have to do is email us some pictures of your fireplace and we will create digital mock-ups showing you how various fireplace doors will look on your fireplace. This is hands down the best way to shop for fireplace doors. Click Here to Begin Your Own Project!