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Well, my coworkers husband came and we measured..several times and ways...next up is for me to look at tile..Hoping for something like this...but the fancy tile store didn't have a white brick like this..I found some pretty spendy stuff..but not sure if it would work...and..the budget can't handle big $$$$

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You should be able to keep warm with that money burning a hole in your pocket.:rolleyes:

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Actually...cost won't be too bad...I got the insert for free..a very nice Dimplex model.

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Is it a gas fireplace?  Wood?  if it's the latter, get a certified one.

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7 minutes ago, Dottie said:

Is it a gas fireplace?  Wood?  if it's the latter, get a certified one.

I think she has electric, but I could be wrong.

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3 hours ago, Dottie said:

Is it a gas fireplace?  Wood?  if it's the latter, get a certified one.

What part of FAUX don’t you understand?

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Just buy a fake one.......they are cheaper.

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5 hours ago, Longjohn said:

What part of FAUX don’t you understand?

When it comes to fireplaces, my brain doesn't understand fake.

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Electric...I am going for ambiance not heat...my condo is way hot as it is.

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You might look for tile at a Habitat Restore  They get donations of left over & used building supplies. Might not be exactly what you are looking for but there is some nice stuff at ours

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We ended up using tan colors. It picked up the warmth of the floor floor and really seems to accentuate the mantelpiece and surround. I originally wanted white tile but glad we went this way. 

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