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Welcome To Cast-iron Fireplaces Direct

CORONAVIRUS 'COVID-19'


Following the announcement about COVID-19 on March 23rd we have taken the decision to open our office between 2pm and 4pm only Monday to Friday. Email enquiries and orders will continue to be processed and deliveries will still take place providing government guidelines can be adhered to, however there may be some delays of which you will be notified. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope all our customers remain safe. ​​​​​​​

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Cast-iron Care
 
Your Classic cast-iron fireplace should be stored in a warm, dry environment and remain packaged until the fireplace is ready to be installed. This will prevent accidental damage being caused, which will not be covered under warranty.

Your Classic casting requires only the minimum upkeep and it should remain in superb condition for many years. Matt back, graphite & polished finishes can be maintained simply by dusting with a dedicated dry paint brush.
Graphite is liable to leave marks on fingers etc. where contact is made and will need to be cleaned off.

Cast-iron products are vulnerable to rust and tarnishing if exposed to dampness or water. Avoid contact with damp cloths, wet plaster, wallpaper steamers, water-base liquids, furniture polish, etc. to the surface of the cast-iron. Should your fireplace became wet for any reason, dab it gently with a simple dry cloth. This should prevent any tarnishing or rust from forming.       
It is normal for some discolouration to occur to the working parts of the cast-iron fireplace. If discolouration is likely to cause some distress, especially if solid fuel is being used, use a black or graphite finish and remember that cast-iron is robust and can always be refurbished when not in use.

Graphite is liable to leave marks on fingers etc. where contact is made and will need to be cleaned off.