Buckley Rumford Fireplaces
Multi-Sided Fireplaces

Multi-sided fireplaces such as "see-throughs", round, triangular, peninsula, or other unconventionally shaped fireplaces are not recommended. They are characteristically temperamental and inefficient and probably will not draw well even when fitted with exhaust fans. If fitted with doors, the doors get smoky.

Back-to-back Rumfords are always more attractive, more versatile, more efficient and less troublesome than any "see-through" or "multi-sided" fireplace.

Jim Buckley

Examples, Ideas and Wishful Thinking
Multi-sided fireplace plans
Temperamental Triangular
Troublesome three-sided fireplace
Eight foot two-sided Legal Problem
Outside Corner Rumford
Peninsula three-sided
Rebuild a two-sided outdoor fireplace.
Convert See-Thru to two Rumfords
Two-Sided "see-throughs" with doors
How about special air wash doors?
A back-to-back "fix"
Conversion of See-Thru to Rumfords
Attatude adjustment - they're gonna smoke
Contain the fire within
Creative Thinking Department
Gas Logs and One Door
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