This is my most significant and most striking fireplace kit. It has a bold modern silhouette, and a large hearth surrounds the front and sides. The large raised hearth also features a clean-out feature. The large smoke chamber adds to its bulk while allowing ample room to hang decorations. My Rockwell fireplace kits have been designed from the ground up to have a contemporary and modern feel. It also performs great and is affordable. You can customize your upscale kit with simple add-ons to make it fit your needs. The Rockwell can be configured with "Batwing" storage boxes, wing walls, and an extended chimney.
You can be the high roller as all your friends gather around the warm embrace of its embers. “I made that,” you can casually throw out in conversation. Everyone will be in awe. Don’t tell them how little it cost or how easy it was. You will be helping build fireplaces for your friends for two years worth of weekends! Trust me - I know.
"Curbside" means what it sounds like it says. The trucks will have a lift-gate that will lower the pallets at the side of your curb. The drivers will also have a pallet jack to help move the pallets once off the truck. The pallet jacks are limited in the scope of their delivery. Pallet jacks CANNOT DELIVER ON GRAVEL. Therefore, THE DELIVERY TRUCK MUST UNLOAD ON CONCRETE OR ASPHALT.
Due to the nature of our product(s), your order will be delivered curbside in a large freight truck. Your order will be on several 48" x 40" wood pallets and will each weigh up to 2000 pounds. Someone will contact you to schedule delivery. You will need to be on hand to meet the driver and sign for the delivery. The pallets will be lowered and placed on the ground in the street at the end of your driveway. Adequate space must be available for a large freight truck to maneuver. You will probably want a friend or worker to help you with your delivery.
Refunds will not be issued for order refusal due to the delivery method.
*We now have the dreaded asterisk. After hundreds of successful online shipments, it has come to our attention that there are some places in the contiguous US that freight companies can't (or won't) deliver to. Who knew these places still existed? Yet, the US is a huge country, and we can't possibly know all these hidden nooks in our great land. I don't want you to worry about some bait and switch. This is very rare. We are just withholding our right to not ship to certain addresses. You must be hours from civilation to begin to worry about this.