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    Fireplace Smoke Guards

    Using fireplace smoke guards can help improve your hearth experience tremendously. Wood fireplaces produce smoke as a matter of course; use our wide product selection to ensure this smoke is directed away from your room and, instead, filtered through your chimney, protecting your air quality and your hearth leisure. Easy installation is, similarly, a matter of course with these advanced options. The guards install, quite simply, in the top of the fireplace opening, reducing the hassle involved from the first moments they're in your hands. Diversity is, also, an inherent quality of these products; you'll find a variety of widths available, making locating your ideal match a simple, often, easily satisfied requirement.

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    11 Questions & 11 Answers
    Jessica
    from MD asked:
    March 14, 2017
    I have an arched fireplace; are there smoke guards designed to fit arched fireplaces available?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not carry an arched smoke guard.
    Brennan W.
    on March 14, 2017

    Mike
    from PA asked:
    March 8, 2017
    How do I know what size guard to purchase (4", 6" or 8")? Thank you.
    1 Answer
    That is a personal choice as to which you feel would look the best on your fireplace.
    Owen
    on March 8, 2017

    Lou
    from Florham Park, NJ asked:
    January 12, 2016
    Are fireplace smoke guards needed if you do not burn wood in a gas fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Smoke guards would only be needed in masonry installations where smoke rollout is experienced due to the fireplace being over-sized for the chimney diameter.
    Will M.
    on January 12, 2016

    Josh
    from Holland, MI asked:
    November 17, 2015
    I have a fireplace with an opening that's 36" wide and 30.5" tall. The flue at the top of my chimney isn't very large, maybe 4" x 8". The chimney is on an exterior wall of my house. What would be the recommended size smoke guard? Could I get by with a 4" guard or should I go bigger?
    1 Answer
    Your fireplace opening is severely over-sized for the flue. For every 10 square inches of opening, you should have 1 square inch of flue. For an opening of this size, you would need a 10.5" x 10.5" flue. Using an 8" smoke guard would decrease your opening size to requiring only a 9" diameter flue, which will still be slightly over-sized for your flue that equates to just over 5.5".
    Will M.
    on November 17, 2015

    Freddy
    from VA asked:
    October 7, 2015
    Are fireplace smoke guards good for an outdoor fireplace?
    1 Answer
    These smoke guards could indeed be utilized on an outdoor fireplace.
    Chris C.
    on October 8, 2015

    Thalia
    from Seattle, WA asked:
    April 9, 2015
    What is your recommendation for figuring out the correct size of the fireplace smoke guard? I am trying to decide between the 6 inch and 8 inch.
    1 Answer
    Ideally, your fireplace opening will be a 10 to 1 ratio for ideal draft, meaning that for every 10 square inches of fireplace opening, there will be 1 square inch of flue. You will need to figure the total area of the fireplace opening and know the area of your flue tiles in order to verify which shelf will bring you closer to the 10 to 1 ratio. If you are unable to measure your flue tiles, there is a test that can be performed with a piece of plywood or scrap metal. Using a piece that is as wide as your fireplace and 8 inches tall, build a fire and bring the fireplace up to temperature. Hold the piece of wood or metal so that the top 6 inches of the fireplace is covered. If the fireplace stops smoking, the 6 inch smoke guard will work. If you must drop the piece to 8 inches to stop the smoking, the larger shelf will be needed.
    eFireplaceStore
    on April 9, 2015

    Cate
    from NC asked:
    February 14, 2015
    My fireplace opening is 42" Wide by 29.5" High. How do I decide if I need a 4" or 6" smoke guard?
    1 Answer
    The size of the smoke guard will depend on the size of your flue tiles that are venting the fireplace. Ideally, your fireplace will have a 10:1 opening to flue ratio, meaning for every 10 square inches of fireplace opening, there will be 1 square inch of flue opening. The dimensions of your chimney flue will need to be known in order to figure which smoke guard is needed.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 16, 2015

    Joe
    from NJ asked:
    November 19, 2014
    Do you carry smoke guards for wood stove inserts?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, no. Wood stove inserts are typically operated with the doors closed, so smoke guards for them are not very common.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 19, 2014

    Dave
    from Westhaven, CT asked:
    December 22, 2013
    How do I know what size smoke guard I need?
    1 Answer
    The size of the smokeguard that is needed will depend on the size of your fireplace opening and the size of the chimney flue. The fireplace opening and flue should have a 10 to 1 ratio to one another. Meaning, for every 10 square inches of fireplace opening, there should be 1 square inch of flue size. Based on that math, you should figure exactly how much the opening will be sized down using each guard.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 23, 2013

    Cate
    from Charlotte, NC asked:
    September 18, 2013
    How do I decide which width of smoke guard I need to purchase?
    1 Answer
    Ideally, your fireplace will have a 10 to 1 opening to flue ratio. That is to say, your fireplace flue will have 1 square inch of area to every 10 square inches of opening size. If you know the size of your flue, you can use that to determine how big your opening would need to be to get to that 10 to 1 ratio. You can then determine which size smoke shelf would size down your opening to get to that correct ratio.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 19, 2013

    Nelson
    from Fairfax, VA asked:
    April 20, 2013
    How do I install a 4" smoke guard with a glass door fireplace?
    1 Answer
    In most cases, there will be enough of a brick ledge behind the doors to allow the guard to be anchored. However, you will likely need to remove the door surround in order to mount the smoke guard. Removing the doors will allow access to either side of the surround and will provide the ability to anchor the shelf into position. You can then re-install the door assembly.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on April 22, 2013



    You won't regret your decision; say goodbye to having debilitating smoke, fumes, and more problems, interrupt the peace of your rooms and hearth. And breathe easier with these top options, manufactured by brands intent on factoring your needs into their specialized designs. Browsing our accommodating online inventory, you'll find aesthetic benefits, including high-quality construction and visual appeal, also find a place in this group; experience solid finishes and functionally enhanced features within this set of high-utility options, such as those provided with our well-rated SmokeGuard 4 in. Smoke Rollout Eliminator in Black.

    Accompanied with the color referenced in its name, the black eliminator is provided with the upmost in functional features, including heat-resistant adhesive caulk, assured to seal the SmokeGuard in place. The black powder-coat finish-bearing smoke guard is, of course, spring loaded for easy installation. With consumer experience incorporated into the design considerations, you can expect that, not just installation, but additional processes requiring ease of use and maneuverability will be a breeze. As described above, our smoke guards for fireplace units are provided with product versatility: a now easily fulfilled goal, due to our careful incorporation of your most valuable options when evaluating consumer needs. Case in point, the "SmokeGuard 8 in. Smoke Rollout Eliminator in Black," provided with an 8 inch height, serves as an additional choice. The product is created to fit chimneys with widths varying from 28 1/2 to 48 inches.

    Also provided in a smaller, 6 inch, height, the Hy-C Company-manufactured Elliminator can easily increase your fireplace appeal: maintaining and enhancing the moments you spend before it. eFireplaceStore.com's smoke guards for fireplace options, including the first-rate fireplace listings, also, housed on our website, are just the beginning; make this and more of our useful selection, like the fireplace doors, grates, and additional items found through our general fireplace accessories page into integral parts of your one of kind, top-notch hearth arsenal today.

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