Fireplace Renovators Albuquerque NM

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PO Box 66227
Albuquerque, NM

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Arid Solutions Inc.com
5052817664
34 Paseo de Paz
Tijeras, NM

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John Barks
West Mesa Sprinklers
505-688-5594
5604 Everitt Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM
 
Don or Rosie Onoarto
D.R.D'S Custom Home Builders
505 833-0811
1335 82nd Street SW
Albuquerque, NM
 
Lance Griffith
Griffith Mechanical
505-504-6200
493 Minturn Loop
Rio Rancho, NM
 
Sunlight Homes
5058565888
9701 Glendale Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM

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Exquisite Installations
505-889-2923
2925 Arizona St NE
Albuquerque, NM
 
Shane McKinley
Reformed Electric
505-331-4193
612 Morris St. N.E. #10
Albuquerque, NM
 
Mark A. Culkin
Wind-O-Brite
505-4403436 or 8915353
4735 Gypsum Dr. NE
Rio Rancho, NM
 
David Ferry Construction Co.
505-269-0037
Uptown Area
Albuquerque, NM
 
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The Quest for Fire and the Renovated Fireplace

The fireplace is old and doesn't work. Instead of tearing down the chimney and starting over, what can you do to keep your fireplace both functional and esthetically pleasing. Yes, we're talking about the faux-fireplace.

Not only are fireplaces decorative, they serve a function; They keep people warm. So the first place we're starting is electric fireplace inserts. For roughly $500 you can get a fully functioning, electric heater that you can simply place inside of your old, pre-existing fireplace.
 
You can get the illusion and reality of both heat and flame. Yes, that's electric heat with a real flame that simulates a fireplace fire. Most even come with remote controls. What's great about some of the companies that produce the electric inserts is that they also manufacture mantles and fireplaces as well.

This is the best way that you can add both heat and flame for a non-working fireplace as well as creating a mantle/fireplace out of nothing. But let's say you don't want an electric fireplace.
 
What can you do with a non-working fireplace? Here's five creative ideas to transform a fireplace into something utterly different.
A PET BED . An unused fireplace, once cleaned out and possibly even re-painted, can make a nice and comfy bed for a family pet. Just make sure the chimney is closed. It can get a little drafty in there for fluffy. [pictured: apartment therapy  
PILLAR CANDLES . Pillar candles are large and lengthy, varying in height. You can create a wonderful and artistic focal point of the room bringing the warmth of candlelight into the room. Think of it as glowing sculptures. [pictured: colonial candle ] DISPLAY AREA . Clean and paint the inside of the fireplace and assemble flowers in vases or bowls, family pictures and lucky tokens. It can be transformed into casual, yet rich, familial alter or shrine. 
HOUSING SPACE FOR AIR FILTER . Many homes use high need air filters, many of which could actually fit in front ...

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