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Dorsey from Kansas City asked:
Do these screens protect against any pests that may get into the chimney, bats, birds or squirrels, etc?
Do these screens protect against any pests that may get into the chimney, bats, birds or squirrels, etc?
These are barrier screens that sit in front of the fireplace opening in the home. They are to arrest sparks and will not aid in keeping out pests. A chimney cap with a mesh screen will help with your issue.
Answered by: Cody S. on Aug 25, 2022

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Ann L. from Midcoast Maine asked:
We use our fireplaces to partially heat our home. Will a glass screen decrease the amount of heat the fire is able to put out?
We use our fireplaces to partially heat our home. Will a glass screen decrease the amount of heat the fire is able to put out?
Glass doors do minimize the amount of heat in a room. If you are looking to maximize the heat while still offering spark protection, the best option would be a set of curtain-style screens.
Answered by: Aaron D.

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Tina from Minneapolis, Minnesota asked:
Do you have a free-standing screen that is no taller than 27"?
Do you have a free-standing screen that is no taller than 27"?
The small single panel screens we carry are about 31.5 inches tall. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Johnny from asked:
How close to the front of the opening should the freestanding screen be located? Will the footprint of some models affect how close you can get?  I have a recessed fire pit so I want good ember protection, especially on the bottom.
How close to the front of the opening should the freestanding screen be located? Will the footprint of some models affect how close you can get? I have a recessed fire pit so I want good ember protection, especially on the bottom.
Yes, the feet/base of the screen will dictate how close to the opening of the fireplace the screen can be placed.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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