The fireplace of your dreams ... just waiting CHAZELLES to become reality
Your future fireplace’s style is yours to choose from among the contemporary, classical, antique and rustic collections presented in our catalogue.
Select the heating appliance that lets you see the fire as you want to see it – size and shape of door (rectangular, 16:9, rounded, multi-sided, etc.), window shape (curved, prismatic, 3-paned, double-sided, etc.)
Decide what materials you want for your beams, jambs, or log rack –you have a wide range of colours and natural or synthetic materials to choose from, allowing for an infinite number of combinations to get just the effect you’re looking for.
Decide where to put your fireplace, in line with room configuration and the positioning of your flue.
Arrange your living space around your fireplace (library, seating, bar, TV unit, etc.)
To help you design your own personalised fireplace, a Chazelles consultant will come round to see where exactly you want to put the appliance, and to assess your project’s feasibility (in terms of safety, technical conformity, dimensions, etc.). We are there to answer your questions and to come up with the right solutions – to see your project materialise together. We then present you with a proposal suited to your requirements (as regard budget, style, materials, dimensions, layout, etc.), with all the know-how of the Chazelles engineering and design department to back us up, and submit the plans to you for acceptance.
All personalised projects are individually manufactured, under the watchful eyes of Chazelles highly qualified teams. The noble art of stone dressing goes side by side with cutting-edge methods of production, a combination of techniques that enables us to adapt to any personalised project, whatever it requires, while giving full rein to creativity.
Your fireplace will be installed step by step, in accordance with best practices, by a specialist from the Chazelles network: marking out of positioning, installation of base, insert, jambs, corbels, and lintel, along with smoke duct, insulation of supporting wall, connection of insert to flue, hood assembly and insulation, positioning of hot air exit grills, and finishing work.