Cast Stone Fireplace Mantels
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AmhurstStarting at: $3,065.00See Mantel
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BirminghamStarting at: $4,670.00See Mantel
BrentwoodStarting at: $2,750.00See Mantel
BrunswickStarting at: $3,680.00See Mantel
CalaisStarting at: $2,600.00See Mantel
CambridgeStarting at: $3,520.00See Mantel
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DISCOVER THE LIMESTONE-LIKE BEAUTY OF OUR CAST STONE FIREPLACE MANTELS
Crafted with precision, our mantels mirror the rich allure of limestone without the hefty price tag. Dive into our range of cast stone mantels and let elegance transform your space. Not finding the exact fit? Let’s tailor it to your vision and space!
TRANSFORM YOUR SPACE WITH OUR CAST STONE MANTELS
At Old World Stoneworks, crafting beautiful cast stone fireplace mantels has been our passion for decades. We cherish the process and feel that every cast stone fireplace surround has a story to tell. Charm and elegance combined with the feeling of old-world sentimentality by a cast stone fireplace mantel will help create lasting family memories. No matter the style you’re after, we’re sure to have the perfect cast stone fireplace surround design for your home.
At Old World Stoneworks, we make our beautiful cast stone fireplace mantel surrounds from manmade stone modeled after Indiana limestone. Also known as Bedford limestone, this type of natural stone is the highest quality quarried limestone in America.
Sometimes, it’s very hard to tell cast stone from real limestone. Case in point: The Egyptian pyramids. For centuries, everybody assumed they were built with blocks of solid limestone. But scientists have recently begun to think the pyramids were built with an early form of concrete composed of limestone, lime, clay and water. Scientists analyzing the pyramids found that they had a higher water content and other traits more consistent with cast stone than naturally occurring stone. At Old World Stoneworks, we say, if cast stone was good enough for the ancient Egyptians – whose work has lasted 4,500 years – it’s good enough for our cast stone fireplaces.
WHY CHOOSE AN OLD WORLD CAST STONE FIREPLACE
If you have a unique project that requires custom sizing, we can accommodate most requests to make your cast stone fireplace work for you. Often, we are able to alter the mantel in such a manner that we retain the integrity of the design while fitting your individual needs. If you do not find what you’re looking for from our selection of cast stone fireplace mantels, we will be happy to give you a bid on your custom design. We’ll bend over backwards to help one of our cast stone fireplaces mantels satisfy your projects stipulations. We encourage our clients to request a free sample of our cast stone material to ensure satisfaction.
OUR MAN-MADE LIMESTONE TO CAST STONE MANTEL
At Old World Stoneworks we fabricate our man-made limestone to emulate Indiana limestone also known as Bedford limestone, recognized to be the highest quality quarried limestone in the United States. Using a man-made limestone is a cost-effective alternative to natural limestone while still maintaining the inherent characteristics to our cast stone mantel surrounds.
Cast Stone Fireplace Surround FAQs
How To Hang A Mantel Shelf?
Hanging a mantel shelf is straightforward, and our cast stone mantels are designed for easy installation. Start by marking the desired height on your wall, ensuring it’s level. Attach the provided mounting brackets or ledger board to the wall studs. Once secured, the mantel shelf can be placed over and fixed onto these brackets. Refer to our detailed installation guide or consult a professional for the best results.
How To Install Fireplace Mantel?
Installing our cast stone fireplace mantel is a seamless experience. Begin by ensuring a sturdy and level base for the legs. Secure the legs first, then position the header or shelf on top, ensuring it aligns perfectly with the legs. Use the provided fasteners or adhesive to ensure a stable fit. For an impeccable finish, follow our step-by-step instructions or opt for professional installation.
How To Clean Stone Fireplace Mantel?
Maintaining the pristine look of your cast-stone fireplace mantel is simple. Use a soft cloth or brush to dust off any debris. Mix a mild detergent with water, gently scrub the surface, and wipe it down for a deeper clean. Avoid using harsh chemicals which might tarnish the stone’s natural beauty. Regular cleaning will ensure your mantel remains the centerpiece of your room for years.
How To Measure Fireplace Mantel?
Measuring your fireplace mantel is crucial for that perfect fit. Begin by measuring the width of the firebox, then determine the desired height for the mantel shelf from the base. Next, measure the height and width of your selected mantel legs. Remember to account for any additional spacing or overhangs. Our guides and consultants are always available to assist with precise measurements.
Why Do Fireplaces Have Mantels?
Fireplaces have mantels not only for their aesthetic appeal but also for their functionality. A mantel acts as a shield, diverting heat away from the wall and adding an element of safety. Our cast stone mantels elevate this functionality by blending form and function, transforming an ordinary fireplace into an elegant focal point of any room.
What Are The Parts Of A Fireplace Mantel Called?
A fireplace mantel comprises several distinct parts, each adding to its charm. The main horizontal shelf, often called the “mantel shelf” or “header,” sits atop two vertical supports named “legs” or “pilasters.” Some mantels may also have an “overmantel,” an ornamental piece above the shelf, and a “surround,” framing the firebox.
How Does Old World Produce Cast Stone Fireplaces?
At Old World Stoneworks, we use a vibratory tamping method and make our cast stone by mixing a dry mixture of finely grated aggregates and silica sand with a bonding and hardening agent. In a mulling machine, we add this mixture to water.
The result? A beautiful cast stone that’s as dense and durable as natural limestone.We love to make our customers happy with a beautiful product for an affordable price. Are you ready to upgrade to a cast stone fireplace surround? Call us today. We know you’ll be satisfied with our cast stone products.
How Will My Fireplace Mantel be Delivered?
Our products are manufactured in Dallas, TX and shipped by common carrier to almost everywhere in the continental United States. Your truck driver will not take the crate off the truck for you. We always ask that the trucking company use a lift-gate truck for delivery, but this is not always possible, so please have 2 or 3 men ready to unload the crate(s) from the trucker’s tailgate.
In rare cases where the location is remote or in residential areas that do not allow large trucks the customer may have to arrange secondary delivery. If you are not ready for shipment from our factory at the date specified on your invoice, we can hold your order up to four weeks, provided the order is paid in full.
Is Precast Concrete the Same as Cast Stone?
No. Precast concrete is simply colored concrete and is usually associated with a wet poured method that helps to create the clean edges and dense stone. It’s a construction product created by casting concrete in a mold and curing it in a controlled environment, rather than pouring it at the construction site.
What is Cast Stone?
Cast stone is an imitation stone made of Portland cement, chemical admixtures and aggregates such as quartz, limestone, sand or granite.
Cast stone is easier to create and mold versus natural stone needs to be quarried and cut. Cast stone can be colored depending on design demands and replicated throughout a building.