How to Fit a Gas Fire Surround?

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A gas fire surround is fitted by laying hearth on a concrete sub-base in front of the fire opening .A back panel is then placed at the centre of the hearth and is screwed to the wall. The mantel is then fixed by putting it in the appropriate screw positions if it had already been assembled. It is then cleaned according to the material used for the fireplace.
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