By Russom from Riverside, CA on February 17, 2017
What is the color of the two doors?
By Brennan W. on February 17, 2017
Answer:The doors are the same black color as the rest of the screen.
By Pamela from Sparta, TN on October 26, 2015
Is this UniFlame medium single panel black wrought iron fireplace screen with doors safe to use with my natural gas logs?
By Will M. on October 27, 2015
Answer:Any freestanding screen would be safe to use with a gas log set.
By Tara from Boston, MA on October 27, 2013
My fireplace has a 36 inch wide opening. Will the legs in the back fit inside the fireplace, or will it stick out? Do you have any that would sit flush against the opening if this one does not?
By Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 28, 2013
Answer:Based on your fireplace's opening width and the width of this screen, yes, the rear legs should tuck into your fireplace opening. Assuming, of course, that your fireplace opening is flush with your hearth.
By Alec from Temple, GA on November 13, 2013
Do you have a UniFlame single screen that is 44" long x 31" to 33" high?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 13, 2013
By Tom from Cincinnati, OH on September 2, 2015
What is the height of the side legs of this UniFlame medium single panel black wrought iron fireplace screen with doors?
By Will M. on September 2, 2015
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this is approximately 31 inches.
By Elizabeth from Daphne, AL on January 24, 2015
What is the height of this fireplace screen at the corners?
By Chris C. on January 27, 2015
Answer:Per the manufacturer, the height of the corners before arching would be about 31 inches;.
By Joan from Orlando, FL on November 14, 2013
My fireplace has a marble face and hearth with an opening about 35" w x 33" h. Will this work? The reviews said something about securing the legs. How would I do this? I do not want to drill holes in the marble. The inside of the fireplace is brick.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 14, 2013
Answer:This screen could indeed work for your installation. The curvature of the screen will leave the upper corners of your fireplace opening slightly uncovered, but this is really not a functional issue. The legs only need to be secured to the frame of the screen itself. As long as they are tightly secured, there will not be any issues.
By Sylvia from GA on November 14, 2014
I'm trying to find a screen, preferably with doors, to fit my patio arched fireplace. I'm not looking to have one custom made as those are more than I want to spend. The approximate measurements are 44 inches in width, 25 inches in height in the lowest outer corners, and 31 inches height at the tallest part of arch. What would you suggest?
By eFireplaceStore on November 14, 2014
The best match I can find for your application is the Pilgrim 44 Inch x 33 Inch Forged Iron Fireplace Screen with Arched Doors - Matte Black
. The width should be perfect to fit between the protruding course of bricks on either side of the opening and the height can overlap the fireplace opening. Like our other screens, this model usually requires a hearth to stand on. However, it is possible to remove the support legs and drill through the screen frame and into the masonry, anchoring it to the fireplace facing as a "floating" screen.
By Athena from Chicago on January 29, 2012
Does this piece fit flush against the fireplace, or are there legs that stick out in back? If there are legs in back, how long are they and can they be removed?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on January 30, 2012
Answer:This screen and all the screens manufactured by Uni-Flame feature stabilizer legs on both the front and rear of the screen. The legs are welded to the screen and protrude about 4 1/2" behind it.