Replacing a fireplace can be expensive, but simply updating an existing fireplace can be affordable. A fireplace is an important element in the design of a house — it’s a work of art, and it can be artfully crafted and installed to fit in with whatever look you desire. Soon enough you will find yourself with a fireplace that sticks out from the rest of your home.
Also be sure to check your local building codes and follow the requirements for the proximity of combustible materials to a fireplace. Follow Case San Jose on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Houzz for more helpful tips and ideas. While the changes that we made to the rest of this great room went beyond a weekend project, the fireplace was installed in a snap.
We can help refresh your space by adding a beautiful new mantel or replacing dated brickwork with modern natural stone. We can customize the insert to perfectly fit within your unique fireplace space. They selected a beautiful tile combination and that works wonderfully with the darker stained mantel, transforming this fireplace from dated to very elegant!
Incorporating contemporary touches like granite or quartz with traditional stonework makes an outdated fireplace feel state-of-the-art. Tonya and Ross’ fireplace had good bones, but the mantel and brick made it look tired and dated. The old wood-burning fireplace was replaced with a convenient, energy-saving gas unit.
The most expensive remodel Parko did was for $12,000, which included bookcases, hidden drawers and a mantel leg that concealed a shotgun. Paint the fireplace a vibrant color and complement it with a beautiful high-profile painting. Before, this fireplace was bland and left the homeowners bored with its lack of aesthetic design.