Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Many states have tax credits or similar incentives to install a fireplace door. In Montana follow the link below:
Most of our finishes will last many years as long as care is taken in their use. Be careful not to build extremely hot or "flash" fires as they can impact the toughest of finishes. No corrosive cleaners or agents to clean rock, etc., during construction should be used either. Ironhaus finishes are "living" finishes made like the finishes on bronze statues and they may age gracefully over time. This actually creates more character and is consistent with the ambiance of our fireplace products.
It is not uncommon for us to customize every hearth application within a home. Some great uses are: In the Great Room: The Big Sky wood fireplace or The Yellowstone with our award winning Pocket Door enclosure for maximum "wow" factor. Outside Deck The Wilderness wood fireplace (use gas logs as a realistic option). Master Bedroom The Selway Direct Vent. Family Room The Selway or Yellowstone See our gallery for other ideas - incorporate a central architectural detail, i.e: "the craftsman" in each room for each different fireplace system.
Your Ironhaus fireplace should be professionally installed by a certified technician to ensure its safety and proper performance. The safety of your home and family depends on fully understanding and carrying out the critical manufacturer and building code requirements. Please see if there is an authorized Ironhaus dealer and installer in your area by visiting our Dealer Locations page. If not, contact Ironhaus to recommend the next steps for your installation.
An insert is designed to be installed into an existing masonry fireplace. A fireplace is designed to be installed into new construction (framing).
A chase is an enclosure (wood or stone) surrounding the exhaust vent. In most cases outside the home on the roof.
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