Romaine Athey: I made it too. Want to know how ? just go to woodprix webpage.
Carl I: Over the carpet ??? 😂😂😂
Mikel Fuller: lol, he did it all on the carpet.
Romana Merlene: I made it myself. Just go to woodprix webpage if you'd like do the same
Romelia Polly: I made it by myself. I used woodprix woodworking plans for that.
Trey K: nice job. 👍
rc00111011: This is a seriously bad example of how to do this. If you are laying down cement as a base directly on the floor then why would you not remove the carpet? Better yet if you really didn't want to do that what you could have done is made a plywood base, or plywood with cement board over it, you could lay the mortar/cement into and then it would be removable when the need arises without destroying the hearth and trim and whatever else around it. I'll assume your vertical clearances are in spec but in the video seems doubtful. Oh and looking at one of your other replies, a combustible under all that cement and stone is irrelevant. If it weren't there'd never be acceptable code for anything with a fire inside a home. Reading you tore it out is funny. You could have just picked it up and moved it done the proper way.
Joe Mac: Mortar over carpet. Are your parents related
Romelia Polly: I am sure you can still buy handbook with all info you need on woodprix. Just google it.
N Nuerauter: I'm needing to put in a heat shield behind the wood burning stove in my dad's shed. All he had up was a long piece of metal behind the stove that had drywall behind the metal. From what I've learned a heat shield should have been put up behind your stove with spacers and not installed directly to the wall...you need space there and on the bottom for air flow. I guess my question is: how do I secure either a brick or ceramic tile heat shield to drywall.....this is a shed so behind drywall is the metal wall that shed was contructed of.
Keli Weisgerber: I am sure the best plans is on woodprix website
skojo3e: I would have removed the base board and positioned tiles against the craprooster
seoulkidd1: you did a great job putting that harth down but taking out that carpet would've took you less than 5 mikes.
CornBread !: Thanks for the video. Looks good to me. Too bad you got some haters on here. Take care.
fu tube: In the US and Canada it requires removing combustible material before installing. At the least carpet is uneven and a poor surface to attach mortar to. You cut the stones nice though. oh and the stones should be sprayed with water. cement doesn't stick to dry stone as well.
Kathern Pernell: You can make it yourself, just loook and learn from woodprix instructions
meceo207: I'm sorry... but you lost all credibility when you put it over the carpet.... wow!! So... in a few years when the home owner wants to rip out the carpet and put in hardwood or a new rug? ... Oh... and fyi... you need heat protection on the walls too... or is there a video already where you super glue tiles to the walls ? You should probably watch a few videos on how to do it right before making your own.... just saying.
pat binnell: Laying slabs over a carpet!!! Only the yanks could be so stupid!
guthy ranker: I wonder if the house is still there.
Rick Deardeuff: No matter if he made a mistake ....... There is no need for insults and name calling !!!!
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