Place this fire-resistant blanket over the outside of your fire screen at night to keep warm air in and to block out the cold. It conserves energy and saves money by reducing the heat loss that escapes up your chimney after a wood burning fire. Made from Pavenex®, a fire-resistant carbon fiber material. Heavy-duty magnets attach it to your metal screen. Made in USA.
Fire-resistant hearth blanket heat guard Attaches to your metal screen with heavy-duty magnets Conserves energy and saves money by reducing nighttime heat loss Keeps heat from escaping up chimney after a wood burning fire Made from Pavenex®, a fire-resistant carbon fiber material Made in USA
Size Medium 42"W x 32"H Large 48"W x 36"H
Large Pavenex® Fireplace Blanket Stops Overnight Heat Loss
Medium Pavenex® Fireplace Blanket Stops Overnight Heat Loss
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Comments about Product: I got this because its cold by our fireplace. They day it arrived the temp was 14 I quickly put this on and it made a difference. I did a test with my fridge thermometer. I place it by the fireplace for 30 minutes and recorded the temp with the blanket installed. Then I removed the blanket and wait 30 minutes and discovered with the blanket in place it was 10 degree's warmer by the fireplace.
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Comments about Product: Does an excellent job of keeping house heat inside after a fire,,,covers the entire area, and looks really nice!
Comments about Product: Such a saver! Immediately put it to use. The chill and the wind stayed out. Was timed with the artic air episode we all had.
Comments about Product: works amazingly
Comments about Product: Just what I expected, but the shipping was expensive, and sales tax was charged? Didn't expect all those additional charges when I saw the price. :(
Works great at preventing heat loss!
Comments about Product: As soon as the fire is dying down, and just embers are remaining, I can "slap" this on the screen in just seconds and it does the trick. I leave it on the screen when I don't have a fire going and it looks very nice...neat and tidy. As for the issue about magnets....I purchased some additional ones (very inexpensive) at a hardware store and put them on to give some extra support and closure around screen. Wish I had discovered this item years ago.
Saves on the Draft
Comments about Product: I really like it and would give it a five star except on the Large Blanket it needs a magnet in the middle on top.
By Log Cabin Lady
Huge Difference the First Morning!
Comments about Product: Wish I had this years ago. The first morning we
used it the house was still warm. The heat did
not go up the chimney.
By Steve R
Pavenex® Fireplace Blanket (medium)
Comments about Product: I purchased a flat fireplace screen from Plow & Hearth and then decided to add the blanket. I had been wanting one for years but due to the type of screen I had it wasn't practical then. The Pavenex® Fireplace Blanket is a nearly perfect fit on the screen and the black color blends in very well. We enjoy our fireplaces all season and leaving the damper open all night on cold wintry nights was always an issue. I noticed the warmth of the room the first morning I walked into the room.
I would have liked stronger/more magnets to hold the blanket against the screen but it works well.
I am very satisfied with the Pavenex® Fireplace Blanket.
$311.00 Electric bill down to $252.00...
Comments about Product: I actually saved $50.00 the first month I used this product along with the Thermalogic Insulated curtains I bought from P&H! I love my fireplace! Now I just wait for all the embers to cool and snap the blanket into place...plus once I put the screen into place the blanket is vertually invisible.
By Betty the fire maker
Effective but short
Comments about Product: The blankets are made to fit the width of the fireplace, but not the width of the screen in front of the fireplace. Need another blanket to cover the rest of the screens also could have more magnets
By Living in Paradise
best draft preventer yet
Comments about Product: My hearth room is always cold. I purchased a blow up pillow that covers the flue but cold air was still coming in through a side vent that didn't seal out the cold. My fireplace also has glass doors and the metal fireplace insert has open vent slits.
This cover is the best yet. Cold air does not pass through the fabric and the magnets keep the cover securely in place. My glass doors have handles and this caused the cover to gap at the bottom, leaving some air to come through, so I cinched the cover in three places at the bottom with heavy duty tape for a more secure fit - a simple fix.
Comments about Product: I purchased this product to prevent drafts in my fireplace. It fits the fireplace well, stays put, and prevents drafts. I am so thrilled with my purchase and would suggest that others try it. It is the best money I spent this month.
We love our fireplace blanket
Comments about Product: Love the product. No air can leave the fireplace
Comments about Product: We are using it over our glass fireplace doors where there is an open filigree design. the magnets hold it to the brass and it covers the entire fireplace doors. Just unfold it and stick the magnets onto the fireplace screen - Done! It Is definitely helping to keep out the cold drafts we get down our chimney!
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