How to Install a Stacked Stone Fireplace

Feb 23rd

Stacked stone fireplace and tiles are a three-dimensional coating created from crushed stone. These are placed in a holder and installed on panels like tiles. For best effect, the tiles to be stacked. This will prevent vertical openings are formed and give a better finish to the wall. The installation method depends on the fact that there is already a liner in your chimney or if you have to build the surface. The method of stacked stones for fireplaces is the design that requires more skill in construction.

Modern Stacked Stone Fireplace
Modern Stacked Stone Fireplace

Instructions of install a Stacked stone fireplace

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  1. Clean the surface of a fireplace with the wire brush. This will help remove dust or debris mortar bricks. Now you can directly apply the mortar in the brick and stone panels placed.
  2. Remove stones or tiling if you have a fireplace of stone or tile. The new tiles will stick now correctly, especially in uneven surfaces. Covering the coating with cement to create a smooth surface and to place new tiles.
  3. Build a stacked stone fireplace from scratch framing with plywood 3/4 inch (2 cm). Screwed a strip of metal on wood and then cover it with a layer of mortar. This is known as a base layer or leveling.