Our American-made Custom Fireplace Screens with Arched Doors are crafted especially for your unique or hard-to-fit fireplace. Made to your specifications, the sturdy frame is made of 1/4-inch thick steel with 3/8-inch hot-rolled steel handles. The doors latch securely with a welded latch and include an additional clip latch for extra safety. Choose a highly heat-resistant and ultra-durable powder-coated finish in matte black or burnished bronze.
Please call us today at 1-800-866-6072 with your fireplace measurements, and we'll help you select the perfect screen for your hearth.
• Custom Guard with Arched Doors • Designed for special or hard-to-fit arched fireplaces • Durable steel construction in choice of 2 finishes • 1/4" thick steel frame with hot-rolled steel handles and steel woven steel mesh • Extra clip latch prevents doors from opening accidentally, making them safer than magnetic latches • Made to customer's specifications • Crafted in the USA
Available Finish Black Bronze
Shipping Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
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