Wood Inserts, modular stone shells, and metal fire boxes.

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Wood Inserts, modular stone shells, and metal fire boxes.

The average cost of a masonry fireplace is roughly $22,000.

Depending on your interior fireplace surrounds, say in Italian marble or a Soap Stone quartz look alike, the numbers may run even higher.   

At a fraction of the cost, consider this non-masonry one… 

It’s built with a treated wood frame, and a pre-cast modular stone insert. 

The exterior is clad with antique red brick veneer,  and the interior surround is real brick that hides the modular shell. 

Looks great, and built to last. 

Cost: $8500 vs $14,850 .     

Don’t believe us… ask the two local shops listed below. 

http://hamptonhearth.com/

http://www.sagharborfireplace.net/wood-inserts/

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