The 6 fireplace pictures below have starfire, amber and a surround. This is in Texas and is a customer install. Very nice Rodney.
The fireplace below has: Bronze and reflective, black and reflective and amber
The fireplace below has a bed of bronze with amber, yellow amber and dark red orange. The FireShapes finished it off.
The fireplace below has:
A clear base with pale lime green topper, red toppings, yellow amber toppers and toppings, copper ruby red topper, and a hint of starfire to lighten the color up.
This is how easy it is to install. This is all glass and if you need to build it up a little or a lot then use a filler to save money
The 2 outdoor fireplaces below are in northern California at the Hyatt. They called us about soot on the glass. When we looked at the pictures our first thoughts were PROPANE! No these are natural gas. The fix was actually very simple. This was caused by a down draft from the chimney which we partially closed the flue which stopped the down draft and as you can see they are just fine now.
The fireplace below has a starfire base with amber, pink and orange toppings.
The fireplace below is a propane pan burner with a lava rock fill. You don't want to crush your own lava rock because of the time. You can use larger lava around the edges of the pan but you will want to use crushed lava in the pan up to the surface of the burners. The glass use in this fireplace was a ford blue base with ford blue reflective on top. Topped with clear pyrite and amber accents. The install went very well except for the rock crushing episode.
The fireplace below is in Palm Springs California.
This is first for us because we haven't heard of this, but no one has ever sent us pictures! Well here they are! We installed Giant Logs on a base of amber topper with about 20 lbs of light amber topper. Here it is and you be the judge.
Below we installed 2 triple 30" "H" burners.
The fireplace was about 3" deep and we were installing amber glass so we used a sand base to build up to the logs but you would still be able to see inside of the grate where the flame would start.
Below we poured about 125 lbs of amber over the sand and you wouldn't even know it was there.
and here is the finished fireplace. We are waiting for a few evening pictures from the decorator.
The fireplace below is a self install with a bed of crushed lava and on top we have:
1 double 24" burner
1/4" pink rosa base glass
5 lbs of 1/8" solex base glass
5 lbs 3/16 amber base glass
5 lbs bronze rust copper
1 lb of pink diamonds
and 1 lb of rhubarb pink G278CF topper
and painted with clay tan paint
For a lava fill n the base it needs to be back at least 4" so when you pour the glass on you won't see the lava through the glass. Yes they did move the lava back after they e mailed the pictures to us to see if they were doing it right.
The fireplace below has a mixed base of:
14 lbs starfire, 14 lbs amber and 1/4" blue green,
topped with 2 lbs of blue green reflective and 1 lb of jade green topper.
here are the pictures from start to finish, a couple of the pictures were a little fuzzy from the customer. Oh well.
Now typically is your fireplace looks like yuck, put candles in it and everyone will tell you how nice it looks! NOT! So don't do it! If it's dirty or looks like a skid mark, clean it and or paint it but don't put candles in it.
A typical fireplace where Fake Logs used to live. Now they are residing in the Fake Forest after leaving nice black skid marks on the walls of your fireplace, nice! Actually the soot you see in your fireplace is carbon monoxide but the fireplace manufactures which manufacture the Fake Logs just don't seem to tell you this little fact! It's poison and it's the furthest thing from being green that you could ever get. If you really still like Fake Logs then just sit in your garage with your car running and entertain your friends and family there. It's just healthy.
The customer here could of painted his flex line to help hide it a little better. Again what was the plumber thinking, hanging logs? Maybe that's why we plumbed the line so high in the air?
Anyway after all of that it did turn out nice.
The 2 pictures below are in Colorado and used Azurlite and Gray
The fireplace below has azurlite with ice as a topper.
This was a 2" installation with lava rock and sand as a base.
The fireplace below is in San Diego, California and the colors used were:
Cobalt Blue Topper
Steel Blue Topper
Cranberry Pink Topping
Deep Royal Topping
Solex and Solex Reflective
Azurlite and Azurlite Reflective
Blue Green and Blue Green Reflective
and a little bit of Ice Ice Ice on top
The end pictures show that the burner was too close the wall which was an easy fix by moving the burner forward.
This is where is went a little bit wrong, oops. We just had them move the burner forward and now its fine and the back wall was repainted.
The fireplace below has a starfire base with black, azurlite, azurlite reflective and a lot of work. Very nice!