19 Questions &
from napa ca asked:
March 3, 2018
the width of the opening is 36" x 28" high, does the 24" wide screen using 2 fit?
The two 24" screens for a 36" opening is actually ideal for your application.
on March 5, 2018
from Fleming Island, Fl asked:
January 17, 2018
Do you sell replacement mesh screens for the Majestic 42c firebox?
Yes. you can find replacement Mesh Screens
on January 17, 2018
from Garden City NY asked:
January 11, 2018
I would like to replace the existing mesh screen on the gas fireplace. The existing length of the screen measures 201/2 ". What size screen should I order? 20 or 21?
In this case, we definitely think it better to have just a little bit extra (the "slack" will typically remain on the outer edges anyway) than to have an unattractive gap in the middle when the curtains are drawn. So we'd go with the 21-inch screens here.
on January 11, 2018
from bedford pa asked:
December 18, 2017
looking for parts for heatilator bri42
As we do not carry that brand, you will need to contact the manufacturer directly.
on December 18, 2017
from Toronto, Ontario asked:
November 28, 2017
I would like to inquire about a custom fireplace curtain for the attached fireplace. The measurements are (red box - 56" W x 38" H and orange box - 45.75" W x 32" H)
We apologize, but we do not offer any fireplace screens in the sizes you have requested. Our full section is available as shown on this category page.
on November 28, 2017
from CA asked:
October 21, 2017
How do you install the fireplace curtain or mesh screen?
from Cleveland, OH asked:
March 4, 2017
I'm looking for mesh material to repair the screen insert for my Vermont casting. The metal frame is okay, but the mesh needs replacement. Can you assist?
You should be able to measure from the hearth floor to the top of the screen rod to determine which of the mesh replacement panel kits will work, as the listed height for the attachment screens we offer will include the height of the 1/2" attachment rings. For the width of the screen, simply add 30% to the width of your fireplace opening and divide by 2.
from Hicksville, NY asked:
January 30, 2017
I have had this wood burning stove insert in our fireplace for about 30 years. I am in need of a new screen.
This screen appears to have been made specifically for your wood burning insert and we do not offer anything in our inventory similar to this.
on January 31, 2017
from Lincoln, MA asked:
January 18, 2017
Fireplace opening 36" (H) X 72" (W). Do you have a curtain available in this size?
While this is not something offered on our site, we can have custom mesh panels ordered. If you would like pricing for this, please provide the measurement from the hearth floor to the top of the attachment rod for us to determine the proper height needed. For the width, 30% should be added so each panel would measure 47".
on January 18, 2017
from Birmingham, AL asked:
December 30, 2016
I have a double sided fireplace that has screens that are 35" wide x 22" tall. Do you have replacement screens that would fit?
To determine the proper height, you should measure from the floor of your fireplace opening to the top of the screen rods as the advertised height shown on our site will include the 1/2" height of the attachment rings. For the proper width, you should multiply the width of your hearth by 1.3 and divide by two to determine which mesh panel size would most closely match in width.
on December 30, 2016
from Gardiner, NY asked:
December 22, 2016
I am looking for the "S" shaped clips that are shown in the attached image (between the large rings and the small rings on the curtain). Do you supply them or have you come across them before?
We do not offer these clips, however, we do offer full replacement mesh panels with the 1/2" attachment rings already in place.
on December 22, 2016
from Wisconsin asked:
December 16, 2016
I have a Heatalator A-420, and I would like to replace the screens, because they don't hang straight. What size or model do I need?
While we cannot offer the exact replacement mesh for your fireplace as Heatilator does not offer any of the hearth products they manufacture to online dealers, the best way to determine the correct screen height will be to measure from your hearth floor to the top of your screen rod as most all of the replacement mesh screens we offer will include the 1/2" height of the attachment rings.
on December 19, 2016
from Michigan asked:
December 15, 2016
My general dimensions are 42.5" wide and 39.5" long, do you have a screen that I would accommodate?
If 39.5" is the height, this will have to be custom ordered. Please let us know if you are interested and I will forward a price.
on December 15, 2016
from Tampa, FL asked:
November 21, 2016
How do I decide what width I need?
You will want to go a total of 6"-12" over the full width of the fireplace to allow room for the screens to fold.
on November 22, 2016
from Cincinnati, OH asked:
October 9, 2016
I would like a mesh screen and rod for a fireplace opening that is 45 inches wide by 27 inches long. What would be the appropriate size screen and rod? Would I need two panels that meet in the middle or just one? How does the rod install? Is it a tension rod or are there mounting brackets? Thank you!
from Euless, TX asked:
January 4, 2016
How do I measure for these mesh fireplace screens?
You will measure from the screen rod down to the floor of the fireplace, as you will need to determine the size of the top rings factored in with total height.
on January 5, 2016
from Caro, MI asked:
October 22, 2014
Can your screens be trimmed at the bottom for a perfect fit?
While the screens can technically be trimmed, it is recommended to purchase the correct height as standard, whenever possible. Cutting the screens will remove the bottom guide wire, which usually keeps the screens from getting bunched together or tangled.
on October 22, 2014
from Portland, OR asked:
July 5, 2014
How do I replace a fireplace screen?
In almost all cases, there is a pair of support rods that run across the fireplace opening and are held in place by a center clamp. The center clamp is usually tightened down by a screw or pair of screws. By loosening the screws, you should be able to remove the screen rods and remove them from the fireplace. The old screens can then be slid off the rods and the new screens installed. The individual rods can then be reinstalled and the center clamp tightened down again.
on July 7, 2014
from Wisconsin asked:
October 21, 2013
Do I measure from the top of the rod to the base to figure out the correct height for my new mesh screen? Also, how much clearance should I allow on the bottom?
You do indeed want to measure from the top of the screen rod to the floor of the fireplace. You will need to subtract 1/2 an inch from the measurement to ensure proper clearance so that the screen does not drag.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on October 22, 2013