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    Woodfield Hanging Fireplace Spark Screen Rod Kit - 61090

    19.23
    List Price: $19.99
    Sale Price: $19.23
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    • Fireplace Spark Screen Rod Kit
    • Includes 2 rods and center section
    • Adjusts to maximum fireplace opening of 58"
    • Rods are approximately: 32" L x 3/16" Diameter
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Woodfield
    Part Number: 61090
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-61090
    UPC: 00076335070841

    Features

    • Fireplace Spark Screen Rod Kit
    • Includes 2 rods and center section
    • Adjusts to maximum fireplace opening of 58"
    • Rods are approximately: 32" L x 3/16" Diameter
    This Woodfield Hanging Fireplace Spark Screen Rod Kit - 61090 is designed to work with any of the sizes of Woodfield Hanging Fireplace Spark Screens. The set includes two adjustable rods and center section for the rods to go through. Each rod collapses down to approximately 32 inches, and the pair can expand to accommodate fireplaces up to 58 inches in width.Note* Unit does not include side mounting brackets due to the variety of materials used in firebox construction. Side mounting brackets can be obtained at a local hardware store.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Kena from Logan, UT on January 20, 2016
    If my fireplace has never had a mesh screen can I just install this Woodfield hanging fireplace spark screen rod kit and hang a screen or do I need some sort of valance with rings?
    By Will M. on January 20, 2016

    Answer:
    You may install this rod kit and the Mesh Fireplace Screens we offer will include the attachment rings. Nothing else would be needed.

    By Pam from FL on September 19, 2015
    How can we get the screens of this Woodfield hanging fireplace spark screen rod kit to close? The center piece that was included in the package is causing it not to close properly. Do you have a smaller one?
    By Will M. on September 21, 2015

    Answer:
    If you are installing the rod assembly into a manufactured fireplace, there should be existing rod mounting points on either side that can be utilized again. After measuring the rods for overall length, you will need to cut them down so that the holes punch in the ends of the rods can overlap in the center of the fireplace. The center bracket will need to be screwed to the ceiling of the fireplace, then the rods can be threaded through the sleeve on each side of the bracket. The punched holes should overlap and the provided hardware will bolt them together. If you have a masonry fireplace, anchors will need to be supplied to hold the end of the rods.

    By Lance from Brandon, MS on September 19, 2014
    I've just purchased this item, but no tips on how to install. How do I install it?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 22, 2014

    Answer:
    If you are installing the rod assembly into a manufactured fireplace, there should be existing rod mounting points on either side that can be utilized again. After measuring the rods for overall length, you will need to cut them down so that the holes punch in the ends of the rods can overlap in the center of the fireplace. The center bracket will need to be screwed to the ceiling of the fireplace, then the rods can be threaded through the sleeve on each side of the bracket. The punched holes should overlap and the provided hardware will bolt them together. If you have a masonry fireplace, anchors will need to be supplied to hold the end of the rods.

    By Robin Ogden from Chowchilla, CA on October 31, 2012
    Can I attach this to a brick fireplace?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on October 31, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, you would just need to supply the masonry anchors and mount the rod with the included brackets to your fireplace to complete installation.

    By Stephen from Mason City, IA on October 8, 2016
    I need a curtain rod to be a length of 27 inches. Do you have a universal adjusting rod?
    By Will M. on October 10, 2016

    Answer:
    While we do not offer a rod kit with a rod measuring 28 inches, you can always cut the rods included in this kit down to the needed size.

    By Joe from Chicago, IL on March 6, 2013
    How do I install this?

    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on March 6, 2013

    Answer:
    Installation is simple. You would just need to supply the masonry anchors and mount the rod with the included brackets to your fireplace to complete installation. The rods can adjust to fit a fireplace up to 58" wide.

    Customer Reviews
    Woodfield Hanging Fireplace Spark Screen Rod Kit - 61090 ( 19.23 )
    3 out of 5 Stars based on 10 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Terrible Product
    By
    William
    from Hillsvilleon
    December 6, 2016
    Rod would not support weight of curtain. No instructions were included. Ended up buying steel rod and made custom brackets to hang the curtain.


    Instructions
    By
    Gary
    from Onancock, VAon
    October 19, 2016
    Got the package promptly. Like eveyone else, no instructions. What's that little black screw & nut for? Downloaded rod assy. instructions off the website. Too vague to comprehend. Should show pics of final installation. As of now it's still sitting on the hearth.


    broken and bad
    By
    Yvonne
    from PONTE VEDRA BEACHon
    April 12, 2016
    You have to bend the ends to attach them to the Fireplace frame. The first end bent just fine. The second end broke right off. Lucky for me I bought a back up, so no worries. then I tryed to slide the poles through the provided brackets. Out of the four (4) poles I had, only one would slide through the holes. Again, of the provided brackets. Totally useless. All the work I did, I had to undo.


    A big mystery!
    By
    Saria
    from Kirklandon
    March 23, 2016
    To everyone else's point on this website this little package arrives with absolutely no instructions! I also have to think based on all of the research we have done trying to figure this out it seems most people do not actually have whatever it is they assume you already have for this (mounting brackets) so now we are on a hunt for some sort of magical brackets which dont seem to exist to install this. I cant really rate this fairly since we haven't been able to install- but it seems ok... Someone just needs to speak with this manufacturer to have them start sending along instructions!!


    Will do.
    By
    Pete
    from Washington DCon
    February 2, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I wish they were a little thicker/sturdier.


    Best price, good product
    By
    Gary Johnson
    from United Stateson
    December 28, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Delivered quickly and was as promised


    Easier than I thought
    By
    Oliver
    from San Diego, CAon
    March 19, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    It is what it says it is. The spark screen rod kit. I was prepared for the worse as it seemed so basic but did say I may need to purchase additional brackets to fit. I was able to install with what it came with. Cut the rod down to size with a hack saw. Screwed the brackets right into holes I drilled into the metal fire box and installed the screens (also purchased here) in about 1-2 hours. I say screens becuase I installed two of these in a double sided fireplace. The previous owner didn't installed the very overpriced (in my opinion) glass doors and opted for standing screens, while nice, blocked the fireplace view and marble cladding. We wanted a more streamlined look. These rods made it happen.
    Pros:
    Reasonably priced
    Cons:
    Limited installation guidelines.


    Flaws With Design
    By
    Karin
    from San Rafael, CAon
    November 26, 2012
    Unfortunately because the bracket provided is so big, the screen when closed is almost two inches apart in the middle. We have been looking for new smaller brackets to replace the ones that came with, but have not had success yet. We're very disappointed in the design.
    Pros:
    It was easy to install.
    Cons:
    It's not designed well at all.


    Cheap, but Not Complete
    By
    Philip Butler
    from Pennsylvaniaon
    December 16, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This is a very affordable accessory. I originally bought it so our fireplace would look complete, but did not realize how hard it was going to be to install it. To begin, there were no directions in or on the box. Eventually, after a great deal of searching, I found some simple ones online. Then, the piece does not come with screws, so I had to find them separately. I would be willing to pay extra for the convenience of having everything I needed in one package. Once I had the screws and directions, I did not have too much trouble putting it up.


    Review for
    By
    Nelson
    from on
    January 6, 2011
    Inferior product - rod sags when supporting weight of curtain and bends flimsy center hangar. Rods only span 41", and curtains are made of standard woven mesh material. Do not recommend.




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