What is your Return and refund policy?
Please click HERE for our lengthy policy.
How much is shipping?
Shipping is included in the price for the contiguous United States. In marketing words, shipping is FREE.
How will my kits ship?
The kit weighs 7800lbs. Fireboxes weigh an extra 3200 lbs. We contract them to outside carriers for delivery. They are delivered curbside on 48" x 48" pallets that weigh no more than 2000 lbs each.
What does "curbside" mean?
"Curbside" means exactly what it sounds like. The trucks will have a lift-gate that will lower the pallets at the curb. The drivers will also have a pallet jack to help move the pallets once off the truck. The pallet jacks are limited in the scope of their delivery. Pallet jacks CANNOT DELIVER ON GRAVEL.
How long will my delivery take?
There are a number of factors that would determine your delivery. All orders (usually) leave our facility in 2-3 working days. Outside carriers are contracted to ship your kit curbside with lift-gate service. Once ordered our dispatcher would contact you and give you all the shipping info and tracking numbers. After being picked up at our distribution hub, expect your kit(s) to take between 5-10 working days to be delivered to you. Sorry we can't be more specific, but this is literally tons of material delivered as freight. Unfortunately, it is not like UPS dropping a box at your front door.
How tall can I build my fireplace chimney?
The total height of the entire structure should not exceed 13'4".
Do you need to have a concrete footing?
What do I need to do if I am building on concrete?
Many people build on concrete and there is nothing extraordinary to do outside of using standard best practices. There are only a few things to consider. Concrete still needs a 4"-8" crushed aggregate base to rest on. Don't pour it directly on soil. The concrete also needs steel reinforcement. Be sure to build it properly according to local codes. You will want a minimum 4" thick -up to 8" thick - reinforced concrete pad. If you are building on a pre-existing concrete pad, or one much larger than your fireplace footprint, be sure to form or cut expansion joints around the fireplace. This will ensure that the weight of your structure does not crack your concrete pad. You can practically hide the expansion joints if you choose. Simply lay out the first course of blocks. Tightly mark around them with a permanent marker. Remove the blocks. Use a concrete saw to cut along the lines outlining where the blocks will go. When you re-position the first course, the blocks should hide the expansion joints. This will give your fireplace its own pad to rest on. When movement or settling occurs, this pad will move independently of your main slab. This will minimize or eliminate cracking of your main pad due to the constant weight of the fireplace.