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Fireplace Surround Rebate
Understanding the fireplace rebate you require is essential in ensuring your fireplace/fire will fit your required application. The dimension you need to work out is the depth needed to fully recess you fire against your flat wall or in your chimney recess. If the fireplace is being fitted against a flat wall then the full depth of the fire needs to be recessed within the fire surround. However, if the fire surround is being fitted against a chimney then the depth of the fire can be recessed within the cavity of the chimney.
The rebate is the distance from the back of the wall to the front of the back panel. Deeper rebates allow the back panel to be brought forward, creating a void between the panel and the wall. Deep rebates are popular where inset electric fires, or flueless gas fires are to be installed onto flat walls.
To work out the fire recess, you subtract the rebate by 20mm to accommodate the thickness of the panel. Therefore 100mm rebate gives you 80mm fire recess depth (100mm - 20mm for the back panel).
The Gallery Nexus Small Cast Iron Fire Basket is available as a decorative item, or with a gas fire, electric fire or solid fuel kit (grate and ash pan) for real fires.
The Nexus fire basket features elegant curves and is ideal for wide fireplace openings. The Nexus firebasket is made from solid cast iron, with the finishing processes being carried by highly trained craftsmen.
Polished cast iron fire baskets are not recommended for solid fuel fires as slight discolouration may occur.
- Solid cast iron contruction
- Contemporary design
- Sturdy and freestanding
- For use with class 1 chimneys or flues
- Black or chrome finish
- Decorative fire basket, solid fuel kit for real fires, gas fire (suitable for Class 1 flue) or electric fire
- Choice of fuel effects for the gas and electric fires
Have a look at our Fireplace Help & Advice section.
|Firebasket Dimensions: Solid Fuel|
|Firebasket Dimensions: Gas Fire|
If you are not sure what fire or fireplace you require please have a look at our Fire & Fireplace Help & Advice section.