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The Woodcliff Fireplace Mantel

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The Woodcliff Fireplace Mantel

$965.00
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The impressive silhouette of The Woodcliff Fireplace Mantel brings a comfortable rustic design element to your room. Made of pine with, this piece of furniture is handcrafted to reflect old world distressed styling.


    • Made from Pine for a rustic look
    • Mantel Available in 48" and 50" lengths
    • Unfinished and (Only for 48") Old World Natural Distressed Style Finish
    • Mitered Hanger Board kit included for easy installation. (see below)
    • 3 piece mitered scribe molding set included to hide any gaps after installation.
    • Weight approximately 95 pounds


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The Woodcliffe ads a touch of elegance and distinction to your home. Quality made mantel, with a rustic flare that will be the talking piece whenever your in the room.

The mantel ships in 3 pieces; 2 legs and 1 header. The legs attach easily to the header with nuts and bolts. 3 piece mitered scribe molding set included to hide any gaps after installation. This mantel has a 1 1/2" projection off of the wall leaving a nice pocket behind the mantel to accommodate your tile, stone, marble etc.



Mantel Dimensions 48"

 

Mantel Dimensions
The Woodcliff196-48
Projection:1 1/2"
Interior Width:48"
Interior Height:42"
Width to outside leg at base:66"
Depth of leg at bottom:5 1/4"
Shelf length:72"
Shelf depth:10"
Shelf height:8"
Overall Height:57"


Suggested Preparation Before Painting or Staining:

Light sanding and filling is recommended before paint or stain is applied.

Before applying paint or stain to your wood mantel, we suggest that you lightly sand it followed by wiping it down with a damp cloth. When painting, we suggest using 2 coats of a stain blocking primer. Follow the instructions on the can. For staining, please follow the manufacturer's instructions.


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Installation Suggestions:

Put the mantel together by putting the main shelf on the floor, upside down. Next bolt on each leg with the hardware included with your mantel. This mantel does not come with miltered hangar board but is the suggestion from the production team. Hangar board can be obtained at most hardwar stores.

A hanger board may be fabricated using a 1x4, cut at a 45-degree angle. You may also cut a piece of wood that runs the length of the mantel shelf or use 2 blocks of wood that will be placed at either end of the mantel shelf. Set the mantel on the length of wood or blocks . Use finishing nails on back side of legs (right underneath the back overhang of the shelf) to fasten to length of wood or blocks.

Miltered Hangar Board Assm

The hanger board measurement should be taken from the floor or the hearth (where the mantel legs will sit or the shelf will hang) to the bottom edge of the hanger board. When mounted correctly, the mantel or shelf will simply hang on the hanger board and in the case of the mantel, the legs will touch the floor or the hearth.

While the mantel's shelf is on the floor, put the loose wall hanger board that is in the box on to the hanger board that is mounted on the mantel shelf. Use your hand to hold the 2 pieces together. When together correctly, the 2 hanger boards will form a complete board.

Measure from the bottom of the leg down to the wall hanger board and record this measurement. Measure both the left and right sides to insure that you have a correct measurement.

Mark your recorded measurement on your wall, both left and right. Take the wall hanger board and mount it on the wall so that the bottom of the board is on your recorded marks. Check to see that your wall hanger board is centered over your firebox before mounting.

Once mounted, if the mantel or shelf doesn't seem to fit snugly to the wall, you may put a small shim of paper, cardboard, etc., to fill the gap where the 2 halves of the hanger board meet.