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remodelling floor to ceiling brick fireplace

Posted by sharon_va (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 20, 09 at 9:14

My DH and I are planning to remove the top half of our floor to ceiling brick fireplace and replace it with drywall and a mantel. We have confirmed that the brick is just a facade and are planning on starting tomorrow. Now I am getting cold feet wondering if we are doing the right thing. Has anyone here has done this project already and if so did you love the results? Pictures would be great if you have them.
Thanks for your input.
Sharon


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RE: remodelling floor to ceiling brick fireplace

We didn't remove the brick, we covered the top portion with drywall and covered the brick on the bottom portion with marble tile.

Good luck with yours. You can flip through the photos in this gallery to see before and after.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fireplace remodel


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RE: remodelling floor to ceiling brick fireplace

Tore out all the brick, hearth and removed the old zero clearance fireplace. Stove company did the new fireplace install, but we did the stonework and mantel.

Before
Removal
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RE: remodelling floor to ceiling brick fireplace

Beautiful job, Amy. What type of material did you use for the facing? Is it "real" stone or a veneer?


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RE: remodelling floor to ceiling brick fireplace

wow, the new wall looks amazing. i wish i had smth like that in my place.


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