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Outdoor Fireplace Kits
January 6, 2022 – 09:42 am
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Outdoor Fireplace Draft ComparisonAn outdoor fireplace is the focal point for your outdoor living space.

Stone Farm is the licensed manufacturer and distributor for Stone Age Modular Fireplace Kits in the Mid-Atlantic, Metro New York, and New England areas. We chose Stone Age because of their quality and reputation. A few things to consider when building your outdoor fireplace:

Stone Age Wall PieceDraft - Depth of Fire box -A proper draft is extremely important when building your outdoor fireplace. The last thing anybody wants is smoke spilling out of the front of the fireplace as they are trying to enjoy their company.

By using our fireplace kits, you can still achieve your custom look, but can be assured the 'guts' of your masonry outdoor fireplace is built correctly.

Quality / Strength - Some brands actually advertise that their product is lighter weight than ours! We take pride in the weight of our modular units. This is because our pieces are solid (not hollow). In addition, our fireplaces use over 100 linear feet of steel rebar. Yes, rebar, what they use in bridges, and we all know they have to be strong! Bottom line, we want your fireplace to last a lifetime (and then some).

Trust us - a contractor who is guaranteeing their work won't mind lifting some extra weight if they know the product will last longer! Our outdoor fireplaces are designed by third generation masons, and manufactured in the good ole' USA!

Stone Age Wall Piece

Competitor Wall Piece

Speed: On average, a contractor can put up our masonry fireplace kits in 3-4 hours (this does not include pouring a proper base), which means that they can start their veneer work on the very same day! Who does not love that! No time calculating firebox dimensions, or thinking about draft details - your contractor can simply focus on their artistry!

Pictured on the left, is our 'Contractor' Fireplace Kit. This same kit was used by the mason on the right who customized it by adding a chimney extension, and building a base/hearth that tied into the rock wall.

We also sell the 'Standard Outdoor Fireplace Kit' - the difference is that the Standard has an extra chimney extension, comes with firebrick, a hearth, and 2 'legs' to store firewood underneath. Click here to learn more about our Standard Outdoor Fireplace Kit.

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