GFRC Floating Concrete Hearth for Concrete & Wood Fireplace: This instructable is going to focus on the construction of the concrete (GFRC) hearth. I haven't seen many instructables related to glass fiber reinforced concrete (aka GFRC), so I thought this would be useful. GFRC takes a bit more planning to
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The original grey color of the concrete hearth looked off and the builder never finished off the edges so it was time to finally get it the way I always imagined. With the help of some craft paint, sealer and AirStone , I was able to make the hearth look like it perfectly belongs with the new stone fireplace.
What others are saying Fireplace Cleaning and Maintenance - Fireplace Tip[s & Tricks Poured concrete fireplace hearth Build a wood frame. Place samples of the new floor around the slab and suspend the frame from the new floor.
Step 5. Cut three 1-by-8-inch hardwood boards to the length of your hearth using the circular saw. Two of these boards will be the top and bottom panels for your hearth frame. Trim the third board to a width of 6 inches for the front panel. Cut two more 1-by-8-inch hardwood boards to a length of 8 inches for the side panels.
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