Inset Grey Sandstone Hearth (Curved Corners)

£179.00

In stock

Description

Inset Grey Sandstone Hearth (Curved Corners) is from the Grey Sandstone Hearths Range. The Inset Grey Sandstone Hearth/Floor Plate butts up against the wall and has a curves to soften the front.

With the Inset Grey Sandstone Hearth, it is easy to clean up spilled deposits from the stove and protect any carpets and other types of flooring. We can make a Inset hearth to your own preferred dimensions as part of our bespoke service.

We have other Sandstone Hearths available so please see other listings and we supply this product unsealed, leaving the choice to you, when you receive it.

The Grey Sandstone hearth is 30mm thick however 30mm and 50mm are available to order as part of our bespoke service (up to 1150mm x 1000mm).

Price includes VAT & delivery to most destinations.

Additional charges may apply, depending upon the area, including but not exclusive to the following:
AB, BT, DD, IM, HS, IV, KW, PA, PH, PO30-41, ZE and will not be delivered on Next Day services.This is a natural stone product and can have natural markings/blemishes within the stone.

We supply this product unsealed, leaving the choice to you, when you receive it.

The weight of the stone, together with the stove, should hold the hearth place so it is unlikely to require fixing. It should be noted that any sealant/fixing materials may cause the stone to change colour/mark, over time.

When handling the stone, you should hands are clean, to reduce the chance of marking the stone.

When siting your Woodburner, please ensure it is lifted carefully in to place and not dragged across the hearth. This will mark your hearth

Additional information

Dimensions300 × 1000 × 30 mm
Straight Edge Width

770mm

Width

1000mm

Depth

300mm

Thickness

30mm

Important Guidlines

If installed on a combustible floor it is essential the hearth is at least 250mm thick (or 125mm thick with a 50mm air gap underneath). If however, the stove does not exceed the glass hearth's temperature to over 100ºC then the hearth thickness can be reduced to 12mm. Many stove manufacturers test their products and should be able to confirm whether the stove will cause the glass hearth to exceed a temperature of 100ºC or not. Most stoves that are installed with a log storage underneath are most likely to exceed the glass to over a temperature of 100ºC.