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Outdoor Fireplace Information

Thank you for your interest in a frame to build an outdoor fireplace around your firebox.  To help insure a proper sizing and fit, please print, fill in your dimensions as best you can, and send this form to us along with your request.

Outdoor Fireplace Dimension Form  

A _____  Firebox Outside Width - at rear

B _____  Firebox Overall Depth - front-to-back

C _____  Firebox Outside Witdh - at front

D _____  Dimension from Rear of Firebox to Center of Flue Opening

E _____  Overall Height of Firebox (above tallest spacers)

F _____  Overall Height of Firebox (at Front behind frame, if different)

G _____  Overall Height of Firebox Front Frame

H _____  Firebox Louver or Opening Width

I  _____  Overall Width of Firebox, at Front (may be same as C)

J  _____  Firebox Opening Height (may include 3/4" to 1" metal framing)

K _____  Height from floor to bottom of Firebox opening

L  _____  Height to top of Flue Collar (if different than Dimension E)

M _____  Diameter of Flue Collar and/or Size of Flue Pipe required by firebox

 Thickness of material you plan to use for your hearth:  ____________________

 Model Number & Brand of Outdoor Fireplace:  __________________________

WARNING:  To help insure proper draft and reduce fire hazard risks that can cause damage and/or loss of life, your chimney should terminate no less than fifteen feet above the floor on which the fireplace rests and the top of a wood burning fireplace chimney needs to be at least 2-feet above any structure (including any part of a roof) that is within 10 feet of the top of the chimney cap.  The chimney must not terminate less than 3-feet above where it exits the roof.  To avoid the risk of fire, always follow any applicable local codes and/or instructions that are furnished with a factory built zero-clearance fireplace and the Class A flue pipe.  If in doubt, refer to NFPA 211 Standards for Chimneys and Fireplaces.  If you are going through a overhead construction (e.g., ceiling and/or roof), you must maintain a minimum of 2 1/2" clearance to combustible materials all around the perimeter of 'Class A' chimney pipe from the point at which it exits the fireplace.

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