A place for a domestic fire, esp. a grate or hearth at the base of a chimney
A structure surrounding such a place
an open recess in a wall at the base of a chimney where a fire can be built; "the fireplace was so large you could walk inside it"; "he laid a fire in the hearth and lit it"; "the hearth was black with the charcoal of many fires"
A fireplace is an architectural structure to contain a fire for heating and, especially historically, for cooking. A fire is contained in a firebox or firepit; a chimney or other flue directs gas and particulate exhaust to escape. ...
(Fireplaces) The fireplace flashings should all be removed and replaced as part of the new roof system or leakage will most likely occur before the roof is at the end of its serviceable life. In some instances this will require completely dismantling the bottom portion of the fireplace. ...
(FIREPLACES) Devices for indoor burning, open on at least one side. Most often of masonry or metal construction built with the home. Most commonly used for burning wood for effect rather than heat source.
(Fireplaces) A fireplace can offer warmth, ambience, and an inviting focal point in a home. Fire provides the perfect atmosphere for social interaction, and watching the dancing flames is a mesmerizing experience. ...
(Fireplaces) A fireplace is any factory built appliance that can be installed into a wood framed structure. The finishing material (i.e. stone, marble, tile, mantel) is then placed around it to finish the fireplace. NOTE: There are circumstances in which steel studs are sometimes required.
(Fireplaces) made of brick or stone can be emphasized with recessed downlights installed in the ceiling over the mantle to create an intriguing grazing effect across the surface. ...
Type of heating used in some dwellings.
A wood or gas burning appliance that is primarily used to provide ambiance to a room. Conventional, masonry fireplaces without energy saving features, often take more heat from a space than they put into it.
combination of decorative wood, plaster or marble elements surrounding a firebox
The space reserved in a wall or chimney mantle in which a heating apparatus can be installed and equipped with a chimney flue.
Usually a masonry unit that burns wood, is built into the wall of a house, and has a permanent chimney. Fireplaces in mobile homes are included. Fireplaces may have glass doors or metal shields to cover the opening into the room. ...
a partly enclosed space in a house where people light a fire for warmth
An essential component of a well-equipped Outdoor Kitchen. Forno Bravo provides Outdoor Fireplace Kits made from the same Refractory Material as our Pizza Ovens.
An opening on a hearth, served by a chimney flue, where an open fire may be laid.
A purpose-built space at the base of a chimney, designed for a domestic fire, usually made from bricks.
A device of either metal or masonry construction open on at least one side, designed to contain a fire. These can be for outdoor use such as cooking and barbeque, or for indoor use for ambiance and some heat.
n. cinnamon (the color), Judy (name of person), potpourri (Comfort and Cheerfulness)
A rare luxury considered to add character and charm. Usually found in prewar buildings.
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A structure surrounding a fire.
Heart, circulatory system
An enclosure, open in the front, for burning fuel. Solid fuel fireplace may contain and vent gas log sets or fireplace inserts. Gas fireplaces are metal appliances open in the from and containing artificial log sets.