PATIO FIREPLACE

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS “Type I” Pyro Place Kit: Is the most versatile fireplace model for outdoor patios. This model is the full size patio fireplace which would be used for specifically wood burning fires making the “Type I” perfect for both wood burning or any U.L. Listed gas appliance. Typical unit size stands seven (7) feet tall from top to bottom, measuring 44″- 56″ wide (side to side), 28″wide (front to back).

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“Type I” Pyro Place Kit: Is the most versatile fireplace model for outdoor patios. This model is the full size patio fireplace which would be used for specifically wood burning fires making the “Type I” perfect for both wood burning or any U.L. Listed gas appliance. Typical unit size stands seven (7) feet tall from top to bottom, measuring 44″- 56″ wide (side to side), 28″wide (front to back).

Assembly: Is as simple as “1-2-3”. In a matter of only a few hours the Pyroplace kit is ready for the surrounding exterior finish (not included). Our “fool-proof” interlocking construction methods assure proper installation via cementing each component together. The installation of the surrounding exterior can be done in any standard masonry method – brick, stone or stucco as per the Pyroplace installation manual.

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Stucco & Cultured Stone Facade: Is applied directly to the exterior of the Patio Pyroplace. A cement base coat is first applied, left to dry and then a second base coat is applied & left to dry. The finish coat is then applied using standard methods. Synthetic stucco may also be applied over the cement base coat. The Low profile of “Type II” can be capped off with a premium cut piece of Pa. Bluestone which can be purchased with your order.

 

Brick Facade / Surround:                                                                     THIS IS WHERE THE CORE ADDENDUM APPLIES. Can be accomplished by standard brick laying techniques using standard brick mortar mixed on site. The certain criteria that applies to brick is – to maintain a minimal air barrier between the Pyroplace unit and the brick surround. This is attained by the use of an air space which provides proper expansion barriers. By not maintaining proper clearances may result in the cracking of installed brick facade, the unit itself, or even both the unit and facade.

 


A Real Masonry Fireplace: Is the final product complete with a real firebrick lined firebox. The Pyroplace integrated technology assures a proper functioning masonry Patio Fireplace. Please be advised that the Patio units are not for structural bearing or indoor applications. For indoor use please refer to our U.L. Listed masonry Pyroplace kit which is certified for indoor use.

Exterior Finish Facades: Unfortunately are not part of the Pyroplace kit. However, the installation manual does indicate proper methods as they may apply to the Patio Pyroplace kit. The Exterior surround can be accomplished with brick, block, stone or stucco which can be purchased at any local masonry supply yard.

Assembly it can’t get any easier than this to install your patio fireplace. A functional masonry fireplace that can be assembled by 2 skilled masons in less than 1/2 day. Non – skilled installers might be able to assemble the patio model in less than 1 day.
What You Need for the Pyro Place Patio unit is: concrete foundation or thickened patio slab (at least 15 ft from any structure). Garden assembly – could be set directly on prepared ground away from any structure. NOTE: This unit is not for wooden deck use. This unit has been modified specifically for outdoor use and may not be used for indoor / appliance that may require the U.L. listed model. This unit is not designed with a standard chimney and may not be used with other than what is specified or approved in writing.
The enclosed step by step instructions apply to the vast majority of patio / garden fireplaces which do not employ the core installation addendums. The first few steps are self explanatory via interlocking components which are uniformly cemented together. The first 10 steps apply to installing the masonry firebox (which do not utilize a damper). The next steps deal with the smoke shelf / smoke chamber which leads into the exhaust port or terracotta flue finished off with a standard spark arrestor.

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