How to Fit a Hearth Fire Surround?


To fit a hearth fire surround, screw 75 x 25mm planed timber boards together at the corners to make a formwork around the edge of the fibre cement board then mix concrete from one part cement, two parts sand and three parts aggregate. Pour this into the form, level it off and leave for 24 hours. Lift the fireplace surround into place, place the new surround and mantelpiece in position and tile or paint the hearth before refitting the carpet or other floor covering.
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