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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
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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.
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The fireplace below is a self install with a 2" base of crushed lava
painted with metallic warm brown paint
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bronze base glass
bronze reflective
gold
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diamonds
dark red orange topper
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The fireplace below has a base or stafire with a 18" set of calico fire stones, very nice!
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The Zig Zag burner below was designed by the customer and it measures 6" x 18" and is made from stainless steel tubing. The burner can be used as a propane burner or a natural gas burner.
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The fire pit below was built by Charlie Helms in North Carolina using our FPPK (fire pit propane kit) burner. This is a propane fire pit with a lava filler. Charlie is now ready to order the glass. Check it out, great job Charlie!
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The fire pit is covered to protect it from whatever may fall. Great job!
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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.
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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.
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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 a healthy.
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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?
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Anyway after all of that it did turn out nice.
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The fireplace below is in Pasadena California. this is a before and after with a 2" base of crushed lava as a filler with starfire on tot with a double 24" burner installed. We are next installing one of our surrounds.
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Looks nice? Huh? NOT! Again, has anyone ever told you nice logs? I don't think so.
I would really not like being a log manufacture as they really produce some ugly products, in my opinion. But you decide for yourself.
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Below we have installed the burner on top of the lava rock filler.
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Now test the burner to insure the flames don't hit the back wall as this will scorch the walls.
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Now this is nice! Now we will install a surround. Most everyone tells us "Nice Glass"!
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The fireplace below is a propane fireplace with our propane pan burner and the glass that was use is:
1/4" clear white base glass
1/4" clear chunky
1/2" clear chunky
and 2 lbs of platinum
From beginning to end.
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This was a custom size pan because of the smaller size of the fireplace, but we can build anything.
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The fireplace pictures below are a self install with a 2" layer of crushed lava and 2" of starfire on top. They used an 18 24 double burner and splashed 2 lbs of gold in the center.
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Above you can install the burner with the flex line curling back under the burner or below
you can use a longer flex line or add a nipple. Which ever you prefer.
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The fire pit below was build by Mike Phillips ( a customer). First he ran a propane line to the fire pit area and then blocked his fire pit into shape. We use a FPPK (fire pit propane kit) in an aluminum pan 24" x 24" with a double 18" double stainless steel ring.The glass that was used was gray with a gray base and gray reflective on top to add sparkle.
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Below you can see the placement of the thermo coupler and safety pilot light used for propane.
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Below on the right side the controls were installed in the bricks.
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The fire pit below belongs to Mike DeVito in Northern California. When I saw his idea I was excited to help him create something new and wonderful. He took a very old mining cart in his front yard and we helped him convert it to a propane burning fire pit! Turned out pretty cool! Net he is getting a fire pit cover made to cover it from debris and who else knows what.
We use a FPPK (fire pit propane kit) with valves, thermo coupler, pilot light and air mixer. The glass that was use is:
Starfire base glass over a bed of crushed lava rock,
Yellow Amber Topper
Steel Blue Topper
Turquoise Blue Topper
Green Tubes
Copper Ruby Red Topper
Ice Ice Ice
and of course our Diamonds in Clear, Pink, Amber and Blue.
I think this is one really nice idea!
It is all supplied by this 20 lb propane tank
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Here is the mining cart with the base plate installed with the burners
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Here you see the controls, air mixer and thermo coupler and pilot light lines under the base place
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You can use a larger (3/4", 1" lava) as a base under our 1/4" crushed lava as this will save you a few dollars.
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Now we pour on the crushed lava to keep the glass from sinking into the larger lava.
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Add some starfire
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Splash a few colors
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Have your spouse light it in case something should go wrong! (Just Kidding)
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Again here are the first pictures we saw of the mining cart. Great Idea!
Mike, you did a great job!
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Below is one of our newest designs of fireplace pans. This one was designed by the customer for propane and they added remote control. This first pan will be made in Stainless Steel. We will finish this proto type in about 4 to 5 weeks and we will post pictures when we finish. These will be available in stainless steel, steel (painted or bare) or any other metal you desire.
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The fireplace below has a starfire base with 2 lbs of ice ice ice on top with 1 lb of lavender diamonds.
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Here are a few pictures of 5 of our Vortex Fires located in the Prive Las Vegas night club located at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. These pictures were taken just after construction but the gas was not connected at that time. We will go back later and take pictures of all 5 Vortex Fires burning at one time. The center Vortex is 48" tall, on either side they are 36" tall and the end Vortex Fires are 24" tall. The glass that was used was a clear crystal with only a bottom frame. The top was free floating. These are located just behind the main bar in the large picture window open to the balcony.

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The pictures below are from the balcony looking in to the Prive which over looks the Las Vegas Strip.

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The fire pit below is a typical fire pit with large lava rocks.We removed most of the larger pieces and poured a few hundred pounds of crushed lava rock to cover the larger lava.
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Then we installed 2 18" stainless steel rings and just covered then with even more crushed lava.
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Then we poured canary Yellow topping and here you have it.
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The fire pit below was designed and built by Jeffrey Stoutenborough in Santa Barbara, California.
He started with a bronze base,
bronze reflective on top,
black reflective,
Ice Ice Ice.
dark red orange and
blue green and a few large rocks left in place.
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The fireplace below is an electric fireplace. Actually we have supplied glass to dozens of electric fireplaces but Rita was the only one who sent us pictures of azurlite under her logs. There is no real fire but it does look nice.
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The fireplace below is a propane fireplace. A bed of crushed lava was installed and a clear base glass was used to cover it all up.
Step 1, paint it!
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Step 2, cover the old brick!
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Finish the face and floor, very nice!
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Install the propane pan burner
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Fill in and all around the pan with crushed lava rock.
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On the left side you can see the gas connection which will soon be covered as well. On the right side the control cover will be covered as well. This propane pan burner was fitted with a remote control, radio frequency.
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Now that your finished your ready for FIRE! Have your spouse lite it in the event they didn't follow the instructions! (just kidding again)!
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The fire table/ fire pit below is in Texas and was designed with our glass in mind to be installed and it has a black base,
purple topper,
black luster topper,
rhubarb topper,
and bronze topper.
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The fireplace below has azurlite base glass with dark red orange and yellow amber on top.
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The fireplace below is a propane fireplace with a black base and clear diamonds on top. We built a pan to hold the glass with out the legs and covered/ protected the burner controls inside of the pan. The controls are on the right side and they are shielded and buried under the glass. The customer was going to finish the front of the steel pan after he installed it.
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The fire pit below has a clear base glass,
Cobalt Blue Topper,
Copper Blue Topper and
Azurlite base glass for one very nice fire pit and back yard!
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The fireplace below was a wood burning fireplace and the plumber never installed a key valve in or near the fireplace. So we made a fireplace key box which was installed on the right side of the fireplace. This is the only alternative when the plumber can't or won't fix the issue. So remember if your plumber installs a valve inside of your fireplace, ask him "how do I turn it off?" That's when you will see him run down the drive way. The glass that was used in this fireplace was starfire.
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The fireplace below has a base of gray and bronze topped with bronze and gray reflective.

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The fireplace below has a base of bronze with bronze reflective and starfire on top.

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This is the back side of the peninsula fireplace.

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The Terra Cota pot below is fed by natural gas and was topped with a 1 1/2" layer of clear over a bed of crushed lava rock.

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The gas line was drilled from the bottom of the deck and the pot was placed on top

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The fireplace below has a bronze base with starfire on top. The customer installed a Maxitrol remote control on the right side

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If they would of used more filler it could of covered the remote at least on the top portion.

Putting a ceramic pine cone in a glass fireplace defeats the purpose, you think? I would of used a a fire stone or even a fire ball.

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The fireplace below has a bed of clear base glass with red topping and red scarlet on top

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The fire pit below is in Marksville Louisiana and is at the Paragon Casino. The fire pit had an 18' fire ring installed in #304 stainless steel. The was done in and aluminum trough with 10 individual center feed burners. The gas line was a 1 1/2" and 5 lbs of pressure at 7" water column on natural gas. The ignition system is a Honeywell Infrared Flame Detection system. We will post more information on these larger fire features.
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The big white ball is actually the Pearl of Louisiana.
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Below is the fire ring in its trough surrounded by the water feature.
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Below is one of the sections with the stainless steel burners. The complete feature is filled with water all around the fire ring.
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The fireplace below is a Malm Carousel Fireplace ( www.malmfireplaces.com ). We replaced the attempted dual burner which it was originally installed with with a simple 12" steel ring.
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This fireplace has a safety pilot light kit which was still left intact for local code reasons but we did get rid of the non functioning pan burners.
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Below we poured the crushed lava base up to and just covering the ring burner.
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Then we poured the Bronze Rust Copper over the ring and crushed lava rock.
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With the doors closed just enough as you can see now they can control the hurricane/ tornado effect!
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Azurlite Reflective and Gold were added to the Bronze Rust Copper
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The Fireplace below has a Clear base with Light Yellow Topping.
The first pictures shows how it started and as you scroll down you can see the transformation. Very Nice!
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The fireplace below has a Starfire base with White Drops layered on top. The was installed by Robin Rout of "www.RobinRout.com "in Palm Springs California. Very creative!
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The burner below is one of our FPPK's (fire pit propane kit). With this FPPK we set it up for Black Magic! This was table tested for the pictures. Hopefully the customer will send us pictures after and during installation. We first sent these pictures for the customers approval. Here you go!
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This is one of our propane pan burner with slight modifications.
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As you can see around the lower edges it was leaking and yes we did fix this. 
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This unique fireplace belongs to Dawn Westlake. She used a Clear base glass with 1/2" Chunky Clear, New Yellow, V Blue, V Blue Reflective, Pale Steel Blue Topper and Citrine Topper. The fireplace turned out spectacular! Great Job!

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Moderustic is proud to have been issued 2 U.S. Patent Numbers
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Covering our method of creating tumbled tempered glass for use in fireplaces and fire pits.
Patent Applications Published 2005, 2006 and 2014.


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