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27"W x 14"D x 8"H Solid Steel Fireplace Grate With Steel Mesh Ember Screen

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27"W x 14"D x 8"H Solid Steel Fireplace Grate With Steel Mesh Ember Screen
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Description

Plow & Hearth Exclusive

Handsome and hefty steel gives weight and stability to our stylized Scroll Flat Guard with doors. The elegant arched top highlights the scroll insets and is offset by the graceful sweeping front legs. Convenient two-door design lets you tend to the fire without moving the screen. Magnetic closures keep doors closed. Classic black finish.

• 3-panel scroll flat guard with doors
• Elegant arched top with scroll insets
• Two-door design allows easy fire tending
• Magnetic doors; classic black finish

Size
39"W x 31"H
44"W x 33"H
Reviews
4.1
4.1 (based on 15 customer reviews)

By Amy B.
FromHendersonville, Tn.
Two left feet!
Comments about Product:
This screen has plenty of weight and assembles easily. It looks great. However, it does not sit flush to the fireplace due to the fact that the legs are identical for the opposite sides. Therefore, on one side, it will sit flush. On the other side, the leg curves out slightly making it stick out. Still, it should work well.

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By Cyrcuit
FromNY
Good Quality
Comments about Product:
We had one very similiar in design but with 1/2 inch steel from china. It had signs of wear the 1st week. The grate on that one wore out quick and the steel went right after. We have had this one a few weeks, daily fires with no sign of wear at all. Sits a little taller then the last one we tried which seems to help the burn/airflow. Wood burns completely. I would recommend this one.

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By Chattie
FromAbingdon, VA
Bear
Comments about Product:
no comment

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By dan
FromLong Island
A good idea but
Comments about Product:
Plow and Hearth are very easy to deal with re: customer service. I returned the screen and ordered another

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By Swo
FromFaifield county, CT
Quality screen
Comments about Product:
Beautiful screen and easy to screw small legs on base. Very sturdy and have no issue with open or closing doors. We have pre-school age children and it helps keep them safe while we enjoy our familyroom fires.

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By Chris the Kindling Guy
FromCornwall on Hudson, NY
Made in the U.S.A.!
Comments about Product:
We've been using this grate for a decade and it has held up very well to some real abuse. It holds hot coals directly under the wood so the fire burns longer, hotter and cleaner. And there's almost nothing else like this made in the good ol' U.S.A. anymore!

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By JP
FromTennessee
Nice Purchase
Comments about Product:
Nice Rustic touch to room. The screen size was smaller than the size noted in the catalog.

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By Firebug
FromTennessee
Size not correct
Comments about Product:
The advertised dimensions were not correct. The advertised dimensions are the entire screen including the feet which stick out on each side a couple of inches. The dimensions should be the screen itself so you could decide if it would fit your fireplace. Just know that the screen part is about 3 inches smaller than advertised width wise. I had to return it because it did not fit my fireplace even though the dimensions listed showed it would.

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By Lunamiela
FromBarrington Hills, IL
Pretty but not the best quality
Comments about Product:
We ordered this for our brick fireplace. The screen is pretty but the center mesh part is not sturdy. The screen feels a bit flimsy and did not stand straight. Unfortunately, we had to return it. Great idea but wish it was a bit sturdier and better made.

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By Don
FromChicago
Good for a lightweight guard
Comments about Product:
Good fireplace guard at a good price. Would prefer something a little heavier, but it does the job.

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By Old, bald fat guy.
FromArlington, Tx
Wow, great grate!
Comments about Product:
Best grate we have had. We burn 3 cords a season and after the first week of use we have noticed better burn, better fire, smaller ash and this grate was $100 less than what I saw at my local fireplace dealer. They had the same grate on clearance for [$]. All I can say is, Great grate! Thanks Plow and Hearth.

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By twinmamarama
FromRaleigh, NC
Great Grate!
Comments about Product:
We use this grate in our outdoor fire pit and it works well and has held up to the weather. We have no problems with it, would buy again!

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By lil' D.
FromAmston, CT
Great grate!
Comments about Product:
A wonderful grate which gets every ounce of fuel/btu from each piece of firewood.

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By ms-tidy
FromLa Quinta , California
Long search pays off!
Comments about Product:
We shopped all around for a new fireplace grate when our old one broke. Most of the ones we found were small and normal size logs hung off both sides. They didn't have any mesh on them to keep the coals going. The one we bought from Plow and Hearth is fabulous. The logs fit just fine and the mesh is a great idea. It keeps the fire going longer. It was money well worth spending. Thank you. Best of all - it's made in the U.S.A.!!!

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By Rosie
FromDenver, New York
I would buy this again and again!
Comments about Product:
Best combo ever. Heretofore I purchased a separate mesh piece that would not stay fixed, so this is a bonus!

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