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Empire Stacked Limestone Ceramic Fiber Firebox Liner - For 36 Inch Breckenridge Premium Vent-Free Gas Fireboxes

Item # CUI-VBP36DG
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This firebox liner from Empire provides a realistic looking addition to 36 inch ventless fireplaces. If you have a gas fireplace, this liner is a great way to get the look and feel of a traditional built in fireplace, without the expense of installing one. The liner is decorated with irregular ceramic stones, and the realistic lining looks just like expensive masonry. With this liner, you can quickly change your boring gas unit into an impressive fireplace that looks just like the real thing.
Features
  • Gives your firebox the look of a traditional masonry fireplace
  • Rustic design with irregular stones and no mortar
  • Durable ceramic fiber construction
  • Suitable for use with 36" Breckenridge VFP36FB0F and VFP36FB0L Premium Vent-Free Gas Fireboxes
Manufacturer: Empire
Part Number: VBP-36-DG

Empire Stacked Limestone Ceramic Fiber Firebox Liner - For 36 Inch Breckenridge Premium Vent-Free Gas Fireboxes
$161.10
4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Home Reno Guy
northern Indiana
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Beautiful and Realistic, but...
October 29, 2013
From an artist eye, I can say these panels are among the best looking and most realistic that I've found. They are visually perfect in color and detail and will make any fireplace look great. They are very fragile panels and must be handled with great care during installation. These are not hard ceramic type panels, but rather a delicate 'Styrofoam-like' substance that crumbles easily. Just take gentle care during the install and appreciate the beauty for years to come.
Pros:
Absolutely beautiful and very realistic looking (so says a very particular artist).
Cons:
Very fragile, requiring very gentle handling during installation. Just lifting the panel from horizontal to vertical can cause it to break in two if not properly supported.