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    Fireplace Glass, Fire Glass, & Fireplace Rocks

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    Fireplace glass is a type of glass that has been specially designed for use with gas fireplaces and burners. A unique tempering process allows glass gas fireplace gems to withstand prolonged exposure to high heat without cracking, fading, or producing any unpleasant odors. This resilient construction and versatile nature makes fireplace glass ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Experiment with different colors and sizes to determine which combination of gems works best for you.
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    Fireplace Glass etc. Q&A with the NFI Certified Specialists

    * Please Note: All customer questions are answered by our NFI Certified Specialists free of charge!
    9 Questions & 9 Answers
    from S Charles, MO asked:
    November 12, 2019

    Can I replace dirty looking crystals for my gas fireplace?

    1 Answer
    Yes, the glass can be replaced.  We recommend obtaining the same parts used with your model, as they are tested and listed for use with it.
    Submitted by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 12, 2019

    from Travelers Rest, SC asked:
    October 14, 2019
    I was told that because I have a ventless fireplace I cannot enclose it with glass, is that correct?
    1 Answer
    That is correct it needs to get air so the fire will burn, so it can not be enclosed in glass.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on October 15, 2019

    from North Carolina asked:
    August 26, 2019
    Is there a glass rock product that can be used in the bottom of a gas fireplace for decorative purposes? 
    1 Answer
    As fireplace glass is usually model-specific, it will depend on the make and model of your fireplace.

    Submitted by: Mike T. on August 27, 2019

    from Mebane, NC asked:
    July 10, 2018
    Can glass stones be used with an existing vent free gas log fireplace and still keep the original logs also?.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, you may not substitute or add any additional media (logs, glass) etc. to a ventless system. You could likely place glass or stones around the burner base without issue, but nothing may be placed atop the burner aside from what originally arrived with your ventless system and may only be placed exactly as described in the literature included with the fireplace. If you were to use the improper media or even incorrectly place the correct media, there's a chance of the burner flame being restricted and carbon monoxide exhausting into the living space.
    Submitted by: Will M. on July 11, 2018

    Ron K
    from Arizona asked:
    April 14, 2018
    Approximately how many cubic inches are in 10lbs of 1/2" reflective tempered fire glass?
    1 Answer
    Per the manufacturer, 10 pounds would cover 4 square feet of area.
    Submitted by: Brennan W. on April 16, 2018

    from Alberta asked:
    April 7, 2018
    Are pebbles meant for a gas fireplace and crystals meant for wall hanging electric fireplaces interchangeable?
    1 Answer
    No media that is used in gas units are not usable in electric and vise-versa.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on April 9, 2018

    from CA asked:
    October 31, 2017
    Are there any product to make gas fireplace (medium size river) stones shiny and to show their color better?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we are currently unaware of any products specifically designed to polish these stones.
    Submitted by: Justin R. on November 1, 2017

    from New York City asked:
    August 14, 2014
    Are your gas vented glass stone fireplaces UL approved or by another testing agency?
    1 Answer
    The units we sell are tested and listed by various certification agencies, including UL, OMNI, and PFS. All of these agencies are generally recognized by local code offices.
    Submitted by: eFireplaceStore on August 14, 2014

    from Orlando, FL asked:
    June 24, 2013
    How can I clean soda discoloration off of the glass pebbles and get them back to their original crystal color?
    1 Answer
    It is likely that the glass pebbles cannot be returned to their original color, as the soda likely cooled them rapidly, causing contraction and the residue to be drawn into the glass. You may try soaking the pebbles in a tub of glass cleaner, as this might help to draw out the residue. If the color does return, rinse the pebbles in clean cool water before returning them to the fireplace.
    Submitted by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 25, 2013

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