Asked by: Metodi Slimaniasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th March, 2020
Can you put wood around a gas fireplace?
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Similarly, what materials can be used around a fireplace?
Fireplace Design Idea – 6 Different Materials To Use For A Fireplace Surround
- STEEL. One of the most popular fireplace surround materials.
- WOOD. A less obvious choice for a fireplace surround, considering what you burn, is wood.
Also, how much clearance do you need around a fireplace? All combustible mantel surrounds and shelves must be kept at least 12 inches from the opening of your fireplace (top and sides). In addition, if the side panels of your mantel project more than 1-1/2 inches from the fireplace facing, you will need additional clearance equal to this projection.
Hereof, can you put shiplap around a gas fireplace?
For maximum security, consider using a noncombustible material in your fireplace surround before adding shiplap . Many people will use tile, marble, stone, brick, or steel as surround materials directly around the fireplace opening for their gas or wood-burning fireplaces .
Do you need special tiles for fireplace?
Short answer: Yes, absolutely, but we would recommend using porcelain tiles or hardier floor-suitable ceramic tiles , which are very heat resistance. We 'd also recommend using Palace Heat Resistant Adhesive, and keeping a gap of 6 inches around the back and sides of your stove.