By Tom from Oakland, Ca on January 9, 2013
I'm looking a fireplace grate heater, fan driven, sending heated air into the room. Can you recommend one?
By Dawn H. on January 9, 2013
By Terry Cundiff from New York, NY on December 26, 2012
My fireplace is small: 27" wide in front and 21" wide in back, with a depth of 12.5". What size grate is best?
By Chris on December 26, 2012
By Clinton from United States on November 19, 2012
I have a fireplace that is open on three sides. Can I use the hexagonal grate? The traditional rectangular shape doesn't fit in the space right.
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 19, 2012
Answer:Yes, provided you have the necessary dimensions to fit one, you can use any of the UniFlame hexagonal fireplace grates.
By debbie from Jacksonville, FL on November 7, 2012
What is your most widely sold grate for an opening of 32 inches?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on November 7, 2012
The grate you're looking for is our model 26430
By Marvin from Franklinville, NJ on November 13, 2012
I have a Penn Royal fireplace insert with firebrick interior. I would like to burn coal in it. What grate is recommended, since it does not have a grate?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 13, 2012
Answer:Some inserts advise against using a grate, and yours may fall into this category. Please check with the manufacturer for more information.
By jessica from New York on December 9, 2012
How do you know what size grate you would need?
By Magan B. on December 10, 2012
Answer:You should allow for a minimum clearance of 3 to 5 inches at the front and sides of the grate.
By Gary from Hillsborough, NJ on November 23, 2012
Do you sell grates made specifically for Majestic fireplaces?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 23, 2012
Answer:If a particular grate for a Majestic model is still available, we can indeed special order it for you through the manufacturer.
By Pete from Mobile, AL on March 27, 2013
Will the cast iron fireplace grates rust when used outside?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on March 27, 2013
Answer:Yes, the cast iron grates will rust and corrode over time when exposed to outside air moisture. For outdoor applications, you will need one of the stainless steel grates. You can narrow your search of the fireplace grates by clicking the "Stainless Steel" option on the left-hand side of this page, under the "Color/Material" heading.
By Shannon from Greenville, SC on January 18, 2013
I am looking for a grate for an outdoor fireplace that is 32 inches in the back, 48 inches in the front and 30 inches deep. What do you recommend?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 18, 2013