This decorative firebox panel enhances the appearance of gas manufactured fireboxes and pellet stoves to make them look like a realistic brick and mortar design with four-color paint scheme. You thought you could only find this kind of artistry in a high-end catalogue, but Hearth Products brings you a design that is as functional as it is aesthetically enhancing. The durable ceramic fiber construction is something you will truly love and this easy to cut and install model will have you finished and back to your normal routine in no time.
Enhances the appearance of gas manufactured fireboxes and pellet stoves
Realistic brick and mortar design with four-color paint scheme
These panels are about 3/4" thick and can be cut down to the size you need with a masonry blade or tile saw. They are suitable for use as side, rear and floor panels inside any manufactured woodburning fireplace.
By Tim from Purcellvile, VA on December 21, 2014
I am converting a wood burning insert to one that uses gas logs only. Is this product OK to line my firebox with? Also, is it satisfactory to use this on the firebox base under the gas logs?
By eFireplaceStore on December 22, 2014
This product can be used to replace the heavy refractory liners that come standard in a wood burning fireplace, as long as the unit will only be used for gas. A panel can be used on the floor, but care should be taken to place the log grate carefully to prevent crushing the panel. Should the unit be converted back to wood burning duty, the ceramic panels will need to be removed again. Please keep in mind that removing the refractory panels will void the listing of the fireplace.
By Tracy from Port Leyden, NY on August 16, 2014
Can this panel be used in a pellet stove?
By eFireplaceStore on August 18, 2014
Unfortunately, no. These ceramic panels are designed for use in a gas application only. Exposure to combustion byproducts in a wood burning or gas application will cause them to degrade rapidly.
By pam from california on June 3, 2012
Is that price per panel and would you use brick on the bottom or could you use the panels?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 4, 2012
This is indeed a per panel price. This is designed to be used on the walls of the gas fireplace only. The ceramic construction is not strong enough to be used on the floor of the opening.
It would be necessary to use masonry brick, mortar, or metal for the base.
By Chrissi from Atlanta on February 27, 2013
How do you cut it down to size? Do you need a special tool?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 27, 2013
These panels are best cut with a fine tooth band or jig saw. No special tools are required.