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Old 07-22-2009, 01:22 AM  
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hi, am re-doing my fireplace, just had the inside rendered, need to lay a tiled hearth, do i have to have fie-resistant tiles and grout or can i use normal floor tiles?


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Welcome Eldie:
Ceramic tiles have been fire-kilned and are fire resistant. You will never heat them to the kiln temperature of 2400*.
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