Here is our newest creations and there are 82 more products for now there are over 170 products to choose from! These will make their first appearance in the Ontario, California Show in March. Take a look and let us know what you think. This is a new venture in making more fire rated glass for the fireplaces we help create. We have many more color and shapes coming in the very near future.
Click HERE or on the picture below to see how this was installed and what we used!
The Kathy Griffn Project at Christmas time
Living room twin fireplaces with brushed stainless steel
Master bedroom fireplace
Behind the scenes Entertainment Tonight "ET"
Kathy and every one loves Raymond!
Marines wwere on hand for the "Toys For Tots"
Andy Dick and friend
Here are some pictures of 1/4" Ford Blue with Reflective on top.
This is also a self installation so follow the pictures down to see how it turned out.
this is how it looked when we arrived
installed burner and test the draft of the flame
pour lava rock and pull burner to the top
Ford Blue with Ford Blue Reflective
Again, this is how easy it really is,
burner hooked up
test the burner for flame pattern
cover the burner with sand over the lava rock
pour the glass and your done
this was done with bronze reflective and starfire on top
same fireplace with no flash at night
This is how most fireplaces start below
the magic of paint and marble, looks good.
This customer glued sterling silver to the back walls for more sparkle. We provided the glue and sterling silver glass.
looks good, great job and very creative.
Fireplace on Redhill, Andre Silva, just a nice fire, no pan.
This is the same fireplace as above, but we changed it to Starfire and
added an aluminum frame with a special glass.
Again the same fireplace by evening.
By late evening with the glow of the new glass.
The fireplace above is a nice fireplace with starfire and below we added a new frame
Bronze reflective above
This is a typical fireplace before and below is our after
Above, this is how most fireplaces start
Below is a clear base with a double burner
Again this is how most fireplaces look after you remove the doors and or screens
and below is a clear base with blue over the top
The four pictures below are black with black reflective on the surface
We are now starting a page for some of our television promotions we have sponsored this season.
The first is:
Zen-Inspired Master Bedroom
Here are a few pictures and the rest can be seen on the link above.
This fireplace has:
1/4 clear, 1/4 starfire, 1/2 clear, 1/2 starfire, amber topping and topper, red topping and topper and pale orange topper
We will be posting several television spots as soon as we have the time.
This fireplace contained 1 piece of each color of topper on a bed of starfire
This is a new home with logs and a screen, average at best. Has anyone ever come over to your house and said" Nice Logs"? No and we are going to show you how to create a masterpiece!
The pictures below are of a typical direct vent burner.
This is a picture of the automatic starter and thermo coupler
After you have closed off the bottom of the fireplace and attached the adapter, your ready for glass!
Here we are testing the burn pattern of the double burners. Our burners have 2 rows of holes in each pipe to give you 4 rows of flames.
After pouring the glass make sure the automatic starter is just above the glass so it can work properly. You can hide it with glass all around the element and it helps if it is in a hole.
Here we installed an aluminum surround that has been painted black.
We have several more pictures of this fireplace with Ice and a few colors of toppers installed and we will have these pictures up in a few days.
The pan shown here was designed by Win, one of our orange county customers. We will start with his initial drawings and how we assisted in modifications to make is just what he wanted.
We will expalin as we go.
This is how most creative concepts begin, yes we help.
Here is the original fireplace, boring!
Win started with a make shift cardboard mock up, good idea for proportioning.
He decided on LED lighting underneath.
Here are our shop pictures of the test burn. Win wanted only one linear burner in the center.
Here are the customers pictures as he installed it.
Above and below are the finished pictures. Clear Base Glass was installed.
See our other metal projects on the Metal Page.
See our Fireplace Pans Burners and Baskets Page.
We will also be posting several direct vent fireplaces to show you how easy it really is.