A corner gas fireplace adds style and a source of heat to any room. They are fairly easy to install, and with the exception of the pipeline installation, you can even install them.
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Measure the corner and fireplace
- Measure the corner to determine the exact size of the area so that you can decide which will install fireplace.
- Create a model of the fireplace that you will install, so you can estimate how the fireplace will be and how it will fit in the corner.
- Decide what type of fireplace you have, how high is and what materials you will use to build corner gas fireplace.
Install the fireplace
- Test the fireplace in the chosen to make sure it will fit corner. If not, make the necessary adjustments before proceeding.
- Make cuts in the fireplace if you have baseboards in the corner. Cut a template footer, turn the fire upside down, and attach the model where needed to make the cuts. Outline the template and cut out the shape using a saw.
- Create two brackets 2.5 by 10 cm. Use them to support the rear end of the fireplace.
- Find the studs in the corner with a stud finder and screw the brackets securely.
- Place the corner gas fireplace you will install it and screw it to the bracket.