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Knowing how to build a fire in the fireplace can be helpful information on a cold winter’s night Be sure all flammable materials, such as drapes, magazines, books, clothing and home decor items, are well away from the fireplace, according to the East Side Fire.
Knowing how to build a fire in the fireplace can be helpful information on a cold winter’s night. If you’ve never started a fire in a fireplace, here’s how to get started. What Supplies You Need to Build a Fire. Extra-long wooden safety strike matches: The longer the better; their length may help prevent you from singeing your fingers. Kindling: Small pieces of dry wood or twigs are natural fire starters. Be sure all flammable materials, such as drapes, magazines, books, clothing and home decor items, are well away from the fireplace, according to the East Side Fire Department. If you have a mantel, check that nothing is hanging off of it. Check the chimney.
I had been wanting to build a bookcase around our fireplace ever since we built this house nearly 20. .I use folding plastic ones from Stanley.
I had been wanting to build a bookcase around our fireplace ever since we built this house nearly 20 years ago, but there was always some other project that took priority. That changed this year when my wife decided it would be acceptable to mount a 60 inch flat screen over the mantle where a painting had been. This Instructable started as a basic guide on how to make a fireplace bookcase, but it includes a great deal of detail. It will give you the basic instructions, some tips and perhaps the courage to build something that is often left to professionals. A box-cutter or PVC cutter if you plan to use flexible plastic conduit.
Gather storage space around your fireplace with these step-by-step instructions . The upper shelves are 11 inches deep to hold books and decor objects. 4. Build the mantel the length of the fireplace and 11 inches deep, and face it with a piece of molding to give the mantel weight.
Gather storage space around your fireplace with these step-by-step instructions for building bookshelves from HGTV. If arches are desired, trace the shape of the arch on the plywood. Use a jigsaw to cut out the arch. 2. Build the frame for each cabinet by creating a box with the plywood pieces and nailing together. 5. Attach the mantel to the fireplace. 6. Attach the header by nailing it into the bookcases. 7. Apply wood filler to nail holes.
Here are some options to consider on how to build a fireplace. Of course, each design has its pros and cons. So before you decide to learn how to build a fireplace of any type, it’s essential that you consider the different options in light of your project budget, your aesthetic sense, and the particulars of your home’s construction method and architectural style. The most expensive option is a wood-burning masonry fireplace. Arguably, it’s also the most attractive and impressive-looking. When the average person envisions a fireplace, this is the kind that comes to mind.
Author: Stanley Schuler
Category: Crafts and Hobbies
Subcategory: Home Improvement & Design
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company (November 1, 1977)
Pages: 180 pages
ePUB size: 1188 kb
FB2 size: 1298 kb
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