GRANITE FIREPLACE FAQS
Granite is a perfect choice to provide a unique centre piece for your home. Its enduring quality will stand the test of time and provide enjoyment for decades to come. Providing a range crafted with the customers in mind, we can offer a variety of granite fireplaces that will fit perfectly into your home.
For more information regarding our granite fireplaces, you can get in touch with one of our friendly team. Simply, call us on 0844 334 9655 or come and visit one of our showrooms, where you can speak to our advisers face-to-face. As we are always receiving enquires about our stunning range of granite fireplaces, we have collated a list of our most frequently asked questions for you to browse in the meantime.
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Can you paint a granite fireplace?
One way to change the look of your tiresome granite fireplace is to add a count of paint. As the surface is smooth and slick, paint can be applied easy. However, it is recommended to use a primer beforehand.
How much does it cost to put in a granite fireplace?
If you’re looking to install a granite fireplace, the cost will depend on the price the company charge to install, as well as the complexity of the installation. For a reliable in-house fitting service, The Fireplace Warehouse can complete any granite fireplace installation jobs for you (geographical restrictions apply), when you order with us. For more information, call one of our team today on 0844 334 9655.
What is the most popular granite fireplace?
A fireplace is a perfect focus feature for any room, and you can create further impact and focus by introducing a fireplace with a granite hearth. In our collection, you will find granite fireplaces constructed from Solo-Pro, which produces a 70% lighter, yet 80% stronger granite. You can also choose from solid granite fire surrounds or break up the lines with a surround constructed of granite blocks for interest. Also, in our range find fireplaces and fire surrounds combining the sleek, sophisticated lines of black granite with the warm tones of natural limestone - the dark and the light together forming a uniquely stunning combination.
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