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How To Assemble An Electric Fireplace - Classic Flame Flagstone Fireplace

Learn how to assemble an electric fireplace from Classic Flame!

Ok, so you just bought yourself a new electric fireplace (or won one from cheapisthenewclassy.com), and when you got it home, you realized you don’t know how to assemble an electric fireplace. If you are like me, you are not the handiest person in the world with tools, and the idea of assembling anything is scary. Fear not! Learning how to assemble an electric fireplace is a snap! And the only tools you need to provide are a  screwdriver or cordless drill and your hands! The following is a step-by-step guide on how to assemble an electric fireplace – specifically a Classic Flame Flagstone Fireplace.

How To Assemble An Electric Fireplace

First, be sure to account for all the pieces and hardware to assemble your new fireplace. In the case of the one I am assembling, that includes 6+1 extra 1/4in x 1-1/4in bolts, 12+1 extra 1/4in x 1/2in bolts, 18+1 extra flat washers, 6+1 extra L-brackets, 6 screws, 2 tipping hardware restraints, a touch-up pen, an Allen key, and a partridge in a pear tree (just kidding). The pieces include the hearth/base, the left side panel, the right side panel, the top frame, and the mantel. Your insert will be in a separate box. Once you have your hardware and pieces accounted for, you are ready to assemble!

Locate the hearth/base set it on the floor near where your fireplace will be placed when it is finally assembled with the finished side out. If you are uncertain which is the finished side, look at both sides and determine which side most closely resembles the top. That would be your finished side.

Locate the left side panel and attach 3 L-brackets to the bottom (that’s the end without the metal bracket sticking out of it) with the 1/4in x 1/2in bolts and washers. Place the washers on the bolts, then line up the holes in the L-brackets with the pre-drilled holes in the  side panel, and run the bolt up into these holes using the Allen key until they are snug (DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN!) Then attach the panel to the base with the washers and 1/4in x 1-1/4in bolts in the same manner. Repeat this step for the opposite side.

For this step, you will need some assistance from one or maybe two other people as to not hurt yourself or the fireplace. Once you have the assembly completed from step 2, attach the top frame to this assembly by aligning it in place atop the assembly from step 2 and attaching it with the 1/4in x 1/2in bolts with washers from the inside. Be sure to align the top frame pre-drilled holes with the holes in the metal brackets atop the side panels.

Locate the mantel. Yeah, they have a tendency to wander off, so just whistle and they will return (again, just kidding!). Place the mantle atop the completed assembly finished side up. Attach the mantle to the assembly with the 6 screws. Be sure to align the pre-drilled holes in the mantle with the holes in the metal bracket atop the assembly. Our mantel did not have pre-drilled holes, so don’t panic if this is the case for yours. Simply use a 1/4in drill bit and drill and pre-drill your own holes, or just run the screws through the holes in the metal bracket with the drill and into the mantel, making sure to check the mantel periodically to see if it is properly aligned atop the assembly and even on both sides (you may need someone to eyeball it for you).

Next remove the two mounting brackets located on the inside of the left and right front panels and set them aside. I did not say throw them away. You will need them again shortly. :)

Your fireplace insert will be in a separate box from the mantel. Locate it and carefully unpack it. Then lift the insert into place into the back of the assembly and center it in the opening. Do not slide the insert into place as this will scratch the base and your spouse will hurt you. *gulp*

Now reinstall the mounting brackets you removed in step 5 (I told you you would need them again shortly). This will hold the insert in place and flush against the mantel front panel. Finally, position your fireplace in its final position. Do this carefully as to not damage the unit, your floor, or yourself. You may then install the tipping restraints into the pre-drilled holes in the back of the unit. Then locate a stud in the wall behind where your unit is located and screw the tipping restraints into the studs to prevent the unit from tipping over. Learning how to assemble an electric fireplace isn’t so bad after all, is it?

We hope that now you know how to assemble an electric fireplace. Now your fireplace is ready to be enjoyed! We hope you get many years of pleasure and relaxation from your new fireplace!

Win a Fireplace!

We hope that you enjoyed this lesson on how to assemble an electric fireplace. One of you lucky people will need to know how to assemble an electric fireplace of your own shortly! Why? Because one lucky Cheap Is The *New* Classy reader will win a new Classic Flame fireplace in the Have Yourself a Cozy Little Christmas Fireplace Giveaway going on through December 18th. Good luck!

Comments

  1. That looks easy and it is absolutely beautiful.

  2. What a great step by step tutorial. Very detailed! Now I just need to win this so I’ll have one to install!!! :-)

  3. I had no idea how easy this was! Although, we have a real fireplace in our den, I would LOVE one for the basement! Looking forward to the giveaway!

  4. Great review, we have a gas fireplace love it! Glad our’s came assembled, it’s great backup heat source. They look so real.

  5. Tammie Gilbertson McLeod says:

    We are having a very tight budget this year and our electric heat bill is usually 250.00 a month in the winter. This would be a wonderful thing to win!

  6. I could put it together but I also have 5 brothers to help out as well!!!

  7. vickie marks allbright says:

    i would ask my partner to help me put it together she is much more handier when it comes to things like thsi than i am

  8. Robin Wickman says:

    I could assemble this by myself but I really wouldn’t want to!!!

  9. That is very pretty. I would have my husband help me put it together.

  10. I looks pretty straightforward and I could probably do it myself. I might get my husband to help if I needed some extra hands.

  11. I would have my boyfriend help me it together. He would just take over anyways!

  12. It is gorgeous and yes, I probably could put it together myself but as putting things together is my hubby’s ‘thing’, I would let him do it and just help as needed. :)

  13. I believe I could assemble this one or the one that I’m gonna win :). Thanks for the giveaway!!

  14. I could probably do it if I tried but I have an extremely handy hubby and a baby that probably has reflux so she doesn’t let me put her down for long. I’d have hubby do it. :)

  15. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I’d be giving to my daughter so her and her hubby could assemble it and i’d give them a hand

  16. Jennifer Boehme says:

    Simple instructions, but I would use extra hands from my brothers to not drop anything. My living room has a gas wall heater right now that is over 35 years old, and scary. This would be so great! My mom has something like this and the heat it puts out is so warm! Thanks for the review, and cautions!

  17. This looks amazingly easy- I probably could do it but since I am trying to win for my daughter either she or her husband would be the ones assembling it. :)

  18. Deborah Rosen says:

    Looks easy enough – and while I could do it (with some help with the heavy lifting part), it’s only fair that I let hubby have the fun of it. :)

  19. william saylor says:

    I think I could put it together. Looks pretty easy.

  20. Elizabeth Wisniewski says:

    I’m sure my Husband would do most of the assembly, but I’d help too.

  21. I could definitely do this on my own!

  22. Lisa Brown says:

    I could probably do it, but I know my husband would insist on setting it up for me :) I love the unit, and it would be great to have in our bedroom.

  23. Gina Brickell says:

    I think I could probably do it if I needed to, but would easily give the job to my husband.. Let him worry about it!

  24. Hubby and my son are really handy and I’m sure they both could put this together. How pretty it looks!

  25. I want to win and I would get my hubby to assemble it!!

  26. Ok WHEN i win (hopefully) I will come back here and show my fiance your tutorial and let him do it. We don’t work well together when we are assembling stuff. Im better at holding flashlights or handing him stuff.

  27. im sure hubby would help but i think i can do that! seems easy enough…

  28. april yedinak says:

    That didn’t seem as hard as a I thought it would be to assemble. I would still try to sucker my dad into building it for me. Everything I build ends up on a slant.

  29. Tracy Wheeler says:

    Doesn’t seem like it would be that hard, as long as I could get someone to entertain my 3 year old and keep her frm “helping” lol

  30. I would def need my husbands help to install this, I think he could handle it.

  31. Dorothy Boucher says:

    WOW!! that was really easy, very nice looking fireplace at that.. i definitely can put this together ;) thanks for the review and taking such great pictures

  32. Lynee Kelley says:

    Oh I could definitely do this! But then again, my husband would take over and do it for me lol

  33. I think I could assemble it myself, but I’d have my friends help me. Just in case. :)

  34. Yes, I think I could manage this by myself!

  35. I would let my husband to it because he is my put together guy.

  36. charlotte twitchell says:

    I could do it myself but I would have my hubby help along with my son.

  37. I think that i can do it

  38. Brandi Price says:

    My husband would help me if I couldn’t do it! LOL

  39. Debra L. Guillen says:

    I’d have to leave the assembly to my hubby..I am clueless when it comes to that kind of thing

  40. Kathy Stahlman says:

    I;ve put many things together so this should’nt be too hard.

  41. I might need a bit of help…..but the instructions are great!

  42. Jennifer Rote says:

    It looks easy enough, but I would still have my oldest son put it together for me.

  43. I would have my son help me assemble this, because he’s great help with everything. But I could do it myself if I wanted.

  44. I think that I could put it together myself, but it would be a lot easier if I ask my husband to help me!
    This would look great on my lanai…

  45. It seems simple enough but I am going to say that I would still have my husband do it :)

  46. I would definitely leave the assembling up to my husband. He is super handy!

  47. That seems pretty easy. I think I could do it myself.

  48. Regina Griffin says:

    Have wanted one of these forever. So beautiful. Although it looks fairly simple from the instructions I would get my brother and my nephew to put it together for me.

  49. I think I would make my boyfriend do it.

  50. Diane Kinney says:

    You lost me at hardware. My husband would have to do it!

  51. I would put it together myself =D

  52. Step by step instructions with pictures are always helpful. Seems like I could handle putting it together but my husband would probably take over =-)

  53. tamatha hunter says:

    I would probably have to get the hubby to do it, with my supervision of course

  54. I could put it together myself! My Dad will be in town for the holidays so he could help me too :)

  55. That looks simple enough for anyone, but I think I’d have my husband, HHH, put it together for me. He is a Maintenance Supervisor by trade & he has all the tools & toys to get the job done pretty quick, and safely too!

  56. I could do that!!! From the previous question, I like the Transanti furnitue

  57. Janine Horn says:

    Yes I feel that I can assemble it by myself. I have learned to be pretty handy; If I really got stuck – I would ask my friend for some help, But it doesn’t look hard

  58. jamie lafever says:

    i think it looks easy. me and my husband could do this or maybe just me.

  59. Cindi Decker says:

    This looks pretty easy. I think I could do it myself – but I’m sure my husband wouldn’t think so!

  60. Joanne DiSaia says:

    Sounds easy, I’ve learned not to have hubby help..too stressful!!!

  61. krista grandstaff says:

    I really think I can put this together on my own, but I’d probably let my husband help ;) He’s good for the heavy stuff…lol..

  62. I AM NOT SURE IF I COULD PUT IT TOGETHER, MAYBE. IT IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! I LOVE IT…
    KATHLEEN QUINLAN

    I COULD USE ONE AS MY HOUSE IS A SMALL CAPE, BUT HAS SKY LIGHTS AND I WISH IT DID NOT.

  63. I LOVE THE FLAG STONE FIREPLACE, IT IS STUNNING….. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THAT IN MY HOME.. I HAD NOT THOUGHT OF THIS UNTIL THIS GIVEAWAY. THIS PARTICULAR ONE IS THE BEST!!!! I THINK I CAN ASSEMBLE IT. MAY NEED A MAN’S GRIP FOR TIGHTENING.

  64. i know i could put it together but might need a little bit of help from hubby!

  65. Tanya White says:

    It does look easy but This is something I would ask hubby to help with just so we can do it together

  66. Mya Murphy says:

    Heck no, I couldn’t do it alone. I have epilepsy and I’m a klutz lol. My hubby would help!

  67. Amy McHargue says:

    I could do this in an hour or so…I think :)

  68. Adrianne B says:

    I could totally assemble this on my own…as long as my hubs was keeping an eye on our toddler! We might even have to draw straws to get to put it together…we love to assemble!

  69. I could put this together. I have had to put together much worse without instructions lol. I could do it.

  70. Andrea Johns says:

    I would if my husband would let me but he would totally take over.

  71. I would just make my husband do it..hes a carpenter so he can fix or build just about anything..and quick!

  72. barbara morton says:

    I would have my husband put it together..i dont think i could…not enough patience.

  73. Great prize. It does sound easy to put together. Much easier if my husband would do it.

  74. I’d have my son help me. He has new tools and would be happy to use them for this setup.

  75. Im sure my son could put it together hes good at that kind of stuff

  76. I would give this to my firend that always needs more heat in her house .. she would have her dad or boy friend do it ..

  77. I coud probably do this myself, but I’d be better off with some help – I’d recruit my husband to help me!

  78. Though it doesn’t seem too difficult, I would rather my husband do it.

  79. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    Your instructions will be very helpful to anyone who buys or wins an electric fireplace

  80. Nancy Bradley says:

    I could probably could put it together but I would have my husband assemble it. He has more patience than I do.

  81. Great instructions! I think I could and WOULD do this all myself. I have a hubby who has the tendency to NOT read directions and just try it on the fly. I am kind of a tool and project girl so I know I can do it. I love the brick facing on this fireplace. Thanks for hosting such a beautiful and useful item!

  82. Amy Martin says:

    I actually like putting stuff together, I could put a fireplace together and have fun doing it!

  83. Michelle.A. says:

    I think my husband and I could put this together. It’s so beautiful.

  84. I probably could put this together on my own. The instructions are very clear :)

  85. I would have my husband help me! LOL But it doesn’t seem as hard as I was thinking to put it together!

  86. I would get my son to help. He works well with his hands.

  87. sherry jennings says:

    I really love this Looks so easy to put together all by myself but I would probably need some help I would get my husband to help me

  88. I *could* do it, but I’d still make hubby do it…if I act dumb about construction and car stuff all the time, he’ll always get it done for me. Just like men act dumb about dishes and laundry…

  89. All my life I’ve always wanted a fireplace in my home & never had it. This is soooooo beautiful, but as far as putting it together. Do you see you have a MAN putting it together? Yes, I would definitely leave it up to the hubby to put this together for sure!!!

  90. Brenda Burgess says:

    Yes, I definitely think if I win it, I can put it together.

  91. sue killgore says:

    I have a son and several son-in-laws who would be willing to assemble this for me if I couldn’t get it finished. But I could get close.

  92. That doesn’t look too hard to assemble! I bet I could do it without any help :) But I’d make my husband do it anyway lol.

  93. meegan whitford says:

    It looks rather easy to assemble but I am super challenged in the assembly and tools department so my dad or brother would be doing it for me…lol

  94. I could probably do it, but I’d definitely get my husband to do it instead. ;)

  95. I would get my boyfriend or my dad to assemble it for me :)

  96. Marylou Sakosky says:

    I get lucky to win i would defiity love to diy and get some help doing it ..thaks for the chance gl all
    http://www.classicflame.com/electric-fireplaces/astoria.html

  97. robert mulzet says:

    I can do this……….. scratches head….

  98. Marylou Sakosky says:

    i like the fact it an be a corner one too wow so beautiful thaks again for chance glglg

  99. Tina Schuler says:

    I’m ready to assemble a fireplace. I’m good at directions

  100. Lia Becas Jacobsen says:

    For me and Glenn this is a snap! We have done much more difficult things in the past and this is easy! Beautiful too! Thanks for the chance to win one!! :)

  101. rhonda nicholas says:

    i would read the instruction while the hubby assembles …lol

  102. I would probably get help from a friend to install

  103. i could do it, but its more of a job for my husband

  104. Shayla Burks says:

    That is really pretty, and useful tips, in case I need to ever do this. (In fact, I may have my father take a look at this post…)

  105. Sherry Compton says:

    Good detailed instructions and photos, but I still would want some help. My husbands brain and craftiness would really be great to get this installed.

  106. I could never (safely) do this. But my husband could easily. I’d love to have this for our bedroom!

  107. sara m ford says:

    This is amazing I would love to have one in my home way cool!

  108. sara m ford says:

    I know my hubby would be able to put this together in no time

  109. Calshondra Williams says:

    Pretty sure I could put this together along with hubby’s help ofcourse. It would look amazing in my living room.

  110. ANGEL JACKLYN says:

    I like how you were a bit comedian-like throughout the assembly instructions. I thought, “Oh, well, this can’t be too hard with only needing a drill & your hands” & then once you named off every little screw & bracket that came with it I was like, “Riiiiight” because that’s were I’d be lost at… that’s what men are for *smirk*

    Anyway, I’m crossing my fingers on this giveaway! I’ve never won anything as big or nice as this, & with a 5 family household we need to save on our heat bill ($200 a month) so it’d be a great contribution. I wonder, can you actually put your hands “through” & touch the logs or is that a box with glass there so you can’t??

    PS Very well done. You deserved this fireplace!

    • The fire logs are encased in glass and, one thing we should also mention, the glass is not hot to the touch. There is only one small part above the glass that actually gets hot, so I feel this is definitely the most safe choice of heating in this category. On my opinion, someone would have to hit it just right to get burned – and probably not very severely at that.

      Dawn

  111. i’ve already helped put one together. it was pretty easy .

  112. Anita Leibert says:

    I don’t believe I would have any problems assembling this myself, but I am certain that if I were to win, Hubby would be right there helping! Thank you for all the detail you put into the assembly instructions :)

  113. DANYELL ALCORN FREUDENBERG says:

    ya i could do that just gotta read it and look at pic’s but my hubby would most liky take it over lol ty for a chance we would love this

  114. Ah yes I could put that together easily,and would be very willing too.

  115. That looks simple enough. Thanks for the tip about not scratching it. :)

  116. I know my husband could put this together. I’d help him!

  117. jodi bradshaw says:

    oh i thought you would have to put holes in the wall lol. i would get my neighbor to do all of it and watch lol!

  118. I would definitely get my boyfriend to help with this one!

  119. Jennifer Hedden says:

    I would probably have my brother and fiance assemble it.

  120. Jessica Fortner says:

    I’m sue I could assemble this as I have assembled many things on my own as a single momma, but with the kids ehhh..I’d probably just have my dad do this one LOL

  121. Looks so easy to assemble – Love it!

  122. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    It’s beautiful! Could I assemble it? Heck yeah, I can do anything I set my mind to! But , I would probably make my husband do it anyway, lol

  123. I don’t know if I could do it by myself, but I bet with the help of my brother or brother-in-law, we could get it assembled.

  124. wendy schueman says:

    I think I could assemble this myself. Thank you for this giveaway!

  125. Ellen Levickis says:

    no problem! i would assemble it myself

  126. Cathi Journey says:

    I think I could put it together myself without help, looks pretty easy :)

  127. Anne Alexander says:

    Im totaly lost but I would pay someone to do it.Also, my grown kids and daugther might help me out for Christmas
    I have prayed for one of this and have an electric stove already in the bedroom. This would be used in the living room or family room
    God blees yu all

    Hope @PRAY that I win.

  128. I’m pretty sure I could put it together myself. Unlike my spouse I actually read intructions.

  129. I could do this, seems easy enough but why when I have the handiest guy around. Thanks for showing us how easy it is to put together, a real selling point.

  130. Oh please ,i much rather get help than just fuss at myself, that;s no fun [ SURELY ] I WOULD most likely need or want the help!!!!!!!!!!!!!THANKS

  131. lauren engbrock says:

    definitely not but hubby could

  132. Good instructions! I could probably manage it but would rather have my friend’s husband help :)

  133. I would bribe some friends to help.

  134. Stephanie Larison says:

    This looks beautiful! I’m not too handy, I would let hubby assemble it.

  135. kimerly holgate says:

    it looks pretty easy i usualy assemble all mythiongs so i dont think it would be a problem

  136. Victoria R. says:

    Wow! I can’t believe how simple this was to put together – normally I’m terrible at assembly but your pictures and tips – wow! I’m shocked!

  137. I could totally do it. I like to follow instructions…but if I had a problem, I’d call my Step father. HE is handy that way!
    Great step by step.
    I also love the look of the flagstone. :)

  138. Looks very straightforward. I could assemble it! :)

  139. Betsy Barnes says:

    I would get my son to help and put it in his bedroom, if I won :)

  140. Dorothy Spackman says:

    That looks easy enough for me to do myself!!

  141. Shea Balentine says:

    Looks easy to do, but would definitely get hubby to help =)

  142. jenny willis says:

    I could assemble it no prob.

  143. Rebecca Reinwalt says:

    Looks pretty straight forward on how to put it together and once upon a time I could have done it by myself. But due to 3 separate injuries to right hand/arm and a surgery gone bad on the left, I would have to have my son do it (fiance’ is about as handy mechanically as a rocking chair with no rockers) and I would have to play assistant.

  144. I usually have my dad help me put stuff together like this :)

  145. I could definietly do this!

  146. How can Something so beautiful can be so easy to make

  147. That doesn’t look difficult. It is beautiful.

  148. I would get my husband to help me, or more likely, just get him to do it! :)

  149. I would let my husband set this up. It’s always bad when we try to do this stuff together!

  150. I’d need GF’s help.

  151. Oh wow! That doesn’t look that difficult at all. I could put that together myself. I’ve put together a ton of furniture that was far more complicated than that. I was expecting to see something really complicated, but that’s not bad at all.

  152. nancy thomas says:

    this is beautiful

  153. This would be ALL my husband’s job. I’d smile and hand him the tools!

  154. Marthalynn says:

    You make this look so easy! I could probably do it on my own, but I know my husband would end up taking over! Putting things together is his forte. I love the way this looks in your home.

  155. Jill A. Collins says:

    Assembling this would definitely be my husband’s job!

  156. Jessica Dunn says:

    I could put that together. It’s not that hard.

  157. i do not think y bf could do it we have to the guy next door to hlep

  158. Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    I am positive I could assemble this fireplace with the help of my daughter. We always assemble everything because my husband will not read the instructions – that can lead to disaster. The instructions for this fireplace are quite clear so I do not think I would have any problem.

  159. Phyllis Adams says:

    It looks pretty easy so I think I would try to assemble it myself .

  160. Carol Kiser says:

    Love all the pics to follow step by step! I would get my handy dandy sister to help me put this together.

  161. Kristi Cartwright says:

    I like to THINK I could do it, but if I couldn’t my first recruit for help would be my hubby….second would be my dad who works with propane heaters/logs/etc., so I think he could use some of that knowledge to help! :)

  162. Danielle Papsis says:

    Could I assemble this? Maybe… I’d more than likely have my boyfriend do it since he could do it much faster.

  163. Craig Wiggins says:

    I could totally assemble this!

  164. Tracy Awalt Juliano says:

    I’d definitely call in reinforcements. I don’t play well with nuts and bolts.

  165. looks easy. I could do it myself

  166. CHRISTIE LOPANEC says:

    i could assemble

  167. Tracy Pryor says:

    It looks pretty easy to assemble. I’ve put together a lot of Ikea furniture so I think I could handle this.

  168. Mary Jo Mudd says:

    Looks pretty easy. I could put this together myself, but Im sure my husband would want to do it lol

  169. I am pretty sure I would let my husband help me assemble this,

  170. Amanda Miller says:

    It looks easy enough but I’ll tell ya… I would have my husband do it! LOL I just don’t have the patience and he does!

  171. Carol Pennington says:

    Seems straightforward enough. I could do it easily I think with the help of my teenaged son.

  172. I’d probably try myself and then get my husband to help, if needed. :)

  173. i think i could do it

  174. I think I could assemble it but I’d leave it to my husband who can fix anything.

  175. Danielle Ring says:

    I could totally put one of these together! I’ve bought items from Walmart that I guarantee were harder to put together!

  176. It looks very easy but I would get help from the Hubby.

  177. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I believe that I could put this together with my hubby. I’m better at that then he is, but he does help sometimes!

  178. Crystal Irvin says:

    Well, it doesn’t look that bad. But a) I will to buy/borrow an electric screwgun thing, and b) this would be a project for my hubby and my dad to do “together”

  179. Wow! I would say even I could do this, but given some problems I’ve had assembling Ikea stuff in the past, I think I’d bring in the SO for assistance. Just in case.

  180. The Hubby would start it and get pissed off lol and I would have to finish it lol

  181. This looks too complecated for me. I would have to get some help from my guy friends to assemble one

  182. Michelle f says:

    I would get my husband to do it for sure!

  183. I could do this, I love putting things together.

  184. I would have to have my husband do this for me. :-)

  185. Sue Wilson says:

    I think I could put it together, but would probably ask my husband to help me. I would so love to win this.

  186. Jennifer Crane says:

    I think I can, I think can,No really I’ll have the husband do it I hope but if not I think I can.

  187. This looks easy. I think I can handle putting this thing together.

  188. It looks simple enough to build but I would still get help to save time. It is beautiful!

  189. I could put it together looks simple Thanks so much for the chance Happy Holiday’s :)

  190. Wow! Who would have thought it would be so easy!

  191. My husband and I would more than likely assemble it together… we are pretty handy with things like that!

  192. Shawna Summers says:

    I’m sure I could do it, but if not, that’s what my handy dandy husband is for =)

  193. Rena Roberts says:

    I would have my husband put it together, with my help, of course. I really like the one you got and it seems pretty easy to assemble.

  194. I think I could assemble this myself

  195. Yes, I think between me and my husband, we could get the job done quite well!

  196. ellen beck says:

    I am a carpenters wife and could likely put this together myself but would likely as hubby to double check my work- he is a perfectionist, and with electricity involved I would want the safety of it being put in right.

  197. Ingrid Echard says:

    I love building furniture, I think I could manage!

  198. Barbara Y says:

    This would replace the broken heater whe have in the upstairs. It gets so cold in there now. And I’d have to get my brother over to help with this. He has really good tools.

  199. Cheryl DeGroat says:

    It looks fairly easy to put together, but if I did it it would be leaning to one side, so my son would actually put it together for me. I tried to put the kerosene heater together and that was a disaster.

  200. My husband & I would do it together.

  201. Debby Etling says:

    So I would never ever let anyone in the house put this together. I would do it myself. LOL I enjoy putting things together and I have patience. A lot compared to anyone else in the house.

  202. Suzanne Deleon says:

    WOW! You made it look so easy! I would like to TRY to assemble it by myself, but since I am visually impaired, I can just imagine what it would look like after I was through with it! LOL I would definitely need the hubbies help! Yours turned out absolutely gorgeous! We live in a very drafty old farm house, and I would so love to have this type of heater in the house than the unsightly generic ones that you want to hide out of site! I would love to win this, because it is definitely way out of our budget! Thanks for this amazing opportunity! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!

  203. Kimberly Davis says:

    If it has good instructions like above then yes I could do it.

  204. Christine Flint says:

    This looks to be right up my alley….I Can Build it Myself!!!! Wanna warm my tootsies quickly rioght in my own Livingroom.

  205. I definitely think I could put this together myself, but I’m pretty sure my husband would be happy to help

  206. It looks simple enough. I would probably ask my husband to help me, tho. :-)

  207. Hubby could put it together – he’s very handy!

  208. This actually doesn’t look difficult to assemble at all … I bet I could do this one easily!

  209. Yes I could put it together! if I can put a crib together I can put this together!

  210. Rebecca Monce says:

    I didn’t know it was that easy! I could definitely handle putting it together.

  211. Tara Liebing says:

    I can assemble it with my dads help he is good at this kind of stuff

  212. Robin Quick says:

    Looks easy enough. I think me & the hubs could handle it.

  213. Would put this in the living room for the puppy, she gets cold easy

  214. Toni Porter says:

    I’m certain that I could assemble it myself, but I’d probably have a little help from my mom, because she wouldn’t want me to put myself out too much. (It’s happened without fail in the past.)

  215. Caitlin Clark says:

    I love this thing! I’d get my hubby to help me assemble it though…

  216. Rachael Henzman says:

    I don’t think I could assemble it on my own, I’d have to have my dad help me lol Thanks for the giveaway!

  217. Julie Middleton says:

    I’m sure I could put it together by myself, but I know my husband would insist on doing it himself… LOL

  218. I believe I could put it together, but why not let hubs have some fun.

  219. can’t be any harder to put together than the kids’ toy box. wouldn’t this be swell in my living room!

  220. I could easily assemble this fireplace ~

  221. Mary Diehl says:

    My Husband can do this. I have no patience for this! I would if I won though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  222. for the assembly , I leave this job to hubby , he is the best handyman in my life :)

  223. This would be a piece of cake to put together thanks to a lifetime of building with my dad!

  224. The steps look easy. But why do it if you don’t have to? I’d make my best bud Doug put it together for me lol!

  225. I could do it, but I would get the guys to do it!

  226. Sacha Schroeder says:

    Based on your instructions I feel like I could do it myself but I would probably get my husband to help anyway… just in case. :)

  227. Janel Letosky says:

    We can definitely do this and we NEED this SO bad with no heat in our downstairs….where the bathroom is!! :(

  228. Linda Hays Hock says:

    I am pretty sure I could assemble this myself after reading the instructions. Thank you!

  229. Melissa O'Brien says:

    Looks easy enough!

  230. April Bolivar says:

    Looks easy but is have my husband put it together

  231. Looks very easy and no doubt I could do it myself :)

  232. Wellllll…I could but I am sure I would have pieces left over ..so I will leave it to the pro…my daughter’s BF

  233. Very clear,concise instructions. Of course my husband would put it together.

  234. Marlene Breakfield says:

    Since I have RA, I would get someone to assemble it for me. It looks pretty easy to assemble, though.

  235. Rebecca Harris says:

    I would have my husband to help me put it together.

  236. Starletta Schipp says:

    my husband and I could definitely assemble this

  237. Angie Gatto says:

    I couldn’t do it but I’m sure Hubby can.

  238. Alison Wood says:

    This doesn’t look too tough, really. That being said, my fiance would have fun putting this together with a friend and a few beers.

  239. kathy pease says:

    id get my hubby to assemble this I am very bad at that stuff

  240. Deb Anderson says:

    I could do it! I’ve assembled lots of knock-down furniture. Might have to get my nephew’s help with the heavy stuff.

  241. Cindy Bowling says:

    I could put it together myself.

  242. Angela Cash says:

    The instructions appear to be very user friendly. I think I could handle assembly by myself.

  243. mary farley says:

    I could handle it with a little help frm my husband maybe ;)

  244. Rene' Jilek says:

    I could definitely do it, but I would have my husband assemble it. ;)

  245. looks easy but i will probaly need some help

  246. Kathy Wilson says:

    Because I’m a woman, I would follow instructions and put it together with no problem! :)

  247. His would have to be at least a 2 person effort and my fiancé would annoy me. :p

  248. My hubby would definitely put it together for me :)

  249. Tammy Schweitz says:

    I would have too let my fiancee put it together he good at assembling things

  250. Patti Ellerby says:

    Me and my husband would probably put it together, that is usually what we do with self assamblre items!!

  251. Brenda Leon says:

    WOW!!! That look so easy!! Yes, I could do it!!

  252. With all of your step by step pics, which are awesome by the way, I am sure I could do this!

  253. This is so pretty and does look simple to put together but just to make sure mine would look and work as good as it is supposed to I would get my brother to help

  254. Traci Radway says:

    It looks pretty similar to a lot of other pre-fab things I’ve put together – course, it always helps to have an extra pair of hands and someone to help study the directions! I think my hubby can handle the job as my co-pilot :)

  255. This would be no problem to put together for me.

  256. Julie Jones says:

    NO way I could do this alone. I would definitely get hubby to help He’s handy!

  257. WOW… that is beautiful! I think I could actually put that together myself… as long as I had another pair of hands for helping me hold things straight while I attached them. :-)

  258. Lanicsha Wynn says:

    Looks pretty easy, I think I could handle that.

  259. It seems pretty straightforward, and I think I could do it myself. I might invite my dad over, just to be on the safe side, though.

  260. I WOULD GET HELP FOR SURE–DON’T WANT TO HURT IT

  261. Jmstrunk (Sybille) says:

    I think I could assemble that! Doesn’t look too hard. I’d get my dad to help me anyway.

  262. I would have to get our maint. man to do this for me I think.

  263. steve mccuan says:

    very easy to put together

  264. steve mccuan says:

    i could put this together with my eyes shut

  265. Edward Studnitzer says:

    The insturctuins are very easy to read

  266. amy williams says:

    This would go in our basement which is set up with rooms and my husband would help me put it together

  267. Yes there is myself, husband and sons. We have all of the necessary tools to assemble and get the job done. Would b a wonderful win with our Central Heat down and everything being electric!! Thank you for the chance!!

  268. Dianna Thomas says:

    Oh I love this–No I really don’t see a problem in putting this together–even out son in High School would enjoy putting it together

  269. Buddy Garrett says:

    I think I could assemble it.

  270. i could do it, but I have a husband for a reason ;) LOL

  271. james good says:

    I could totally do this myself!

  272. I wouldn’t even attempt this, not as long as I have my son around to do it for me.

  273. Stephannie I says:

    I think my husband would have to do it.

  274. Shelbie Johnston says:

    Looks pretty straight forward, back before I got arthritis in my hands I could do it, but now, I’d have my son do it :)

  275. Lori Dunbar says:

    Thanks for the clear pics! His brawn and my fine motor skills are what it takes to get it done here! :)

  276. beautiful and I know my daughter could put that together no problem! :)

  277. Chrissy Bierman says:

    piece of cake…I’d do it myself!

  278. Nicole Lewis says:

    Imply Stacie sent me. Yes I think I could assemble this, if I needed the help I know my hubby would help.

  279. I think I could handle this :)

  280. jane jakins says:

    i would definitely try

  281. Melissa Nix says:

    I believe my Aunt and I can assemble this fireplace for my Grandma.

  282. Valerie Evans says:

    Id make my husband put it together :) lol

  283. Susan Marina Brown Lane says:

    I really don’t know if I could assemble it alone – my husband would probably have to help. =)

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