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free standing fireplace-clearence safety

Posted by msmitch (My Page) on
Tue, May 6, 08 at 15:00

We just purchased a home with a Mendota Medallion Free-Standing Gas fireplace, not sure of the model number. We are about to do renovations on the house, but would like to keep the stove in its location because it has a brick hearth & brick backwall. There will be a new wall added to the right of the stove, what would be considered to be a safe distance for the stove from the wall.
appreciate any feedback on this. with thanks


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RE: free standing fireplace-clearence safety

I thought it would be helpful if I added a photo. I said the wall would be added to the right, not that it really matters I suppose. But it will be added to the left.

Here is a link that might be useful: gas fireplace


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photo link

It seems the link is not working, I will try to add it again

Here is a link that might be useful: Stove


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