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    Wood Stove Fireplace Grates

    On a chilly winter's evening, there's no better place to be than sitting in front of a cozy fire with a cup of hot chocolate, especially when the beautiful logs burning in your fireplace are situated on one of our gorgeous cast iron fireplace grates! Not only do wood stove grates look nice, but the fire will actually burn more efficiently since air is able to circulate below the logs. Some of our most popular gas fireplace grates include the G Series Franlin 22 inch 'Flat Bottom' Cast Iron Fireplace Grate, the Copperfield Cast Iron 18-inch One Piece Fire Grate, and the 24" Copperfield Welded Steel 6 Bar Fire Grate.
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    Jack
    from Easton, PA asked:
    November 16, 2017
    What size grate needed would I need for a fireplace that is this size: 42" x 32" x 22"?
    1 Answers
    If the width is 42", then you would use one 37" or less.
    Owen
    on November 16, 2017

    Jam
    from NJ asked:
    April 28, 2017
    I have an outdoor fireplace in a covered patio. It is 34" wide (at the back). Please recommend a grate suitable for outdoor use. Also, please recommend a fireplace accessory set that is also suitable to be left and used outdoors. Thank you.
    1 Answers
    You would need to select one of the stainless steel options offered here by selecting "Stainless Steel" for the color option. For a tool set, I recommend the Five Piece Hanging Fireplace Twist Toolset in Stainless Steel Finish.
    Will M.
    on April 28, 2017

    Barbara
    from NV asked:
    February 23, 2017
    Which grate do I use with a Superior fireplace, model tm500?
    1 Answers
    The grate should be no wider than the back of your fireplace. Next, check the depth of your fireplace to make sure that the grate's front legs will not interfere with anything in front of the firebox, such as a raised hearth or a glass door frame, if applicable. Finally, check the height of the fireplace and keep in mind that you will need enough room to easily toss wood over the grate and onto the fire.
    Owen
    on February 24, 2017

    Garry
    from Dallas, GA asked:
    February 5, 2017
    I have a wood burning stove and need a grate 10" wide at the top and legs, as well as 8" wide.
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, we do not have a grate approved for use in a stove with those dimensions.
    Brennan W.
    on February 6, 2017

    Robert
    from Southern California asked:
    January 26, 2017
    I have a large fireplace with enough space for a 24" to 30 " grate. Do you have a grate that is within these parameters and 3" tall, as my gas line is 2 & 3/4 " from the floor of the fireplace?
    1 Answers
    Will M.
    on January 27, 2017

    Scott
    from Hartford, CT asked:
    January 4, 2017
    Which one is going to with stand up to high heat better; steel or cast iron?
    1 Answers
    When searching through the products we offer, the diamond steel grates offered by Pilgrim will likely last much longer than models offered by any other manufacturer with heavy use. These grates are made in the U.S.A. and come with a limited lifetime warranty.
    Will M.
    on January 4, 2017

    Mark Eliassen
    from Boston, MA asked:
    January 1, 2017
    I have a large outdoor fireplace and am in need of a grate. I was looking at a cast Iron grate but there are concerns over rust since the fireplace is outside. The fire place dimensions are 48" wide x 24" Deep area under the flue but there is another 18"+ inches from the front of the facade to the flue. It is very deep. Do you have a suggestion on the size grate that would look appropriate? Should we have concerns about the rusting? We are on the ocean, but I don't think there will be much contact with water from wind driven rain or snow.
    1 Answers
    For this fireplace, I recommend the 36" Hearth Products Controls Stainless Steel Outdoor Log Grate as you will indeed require a stainless steel grate to prevent corrosion and this grate is sized properly for your fireplace opening.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2017

    Thad Naquinj
    from Elkhart, Indiana asked:
    December 31, 2016
    Do you know where we might buy a wrought iron grate with the following dimensions: front leg height 4.5"; slopes back to leg height 2.5"; 16" depth; 25" width.
    1 Answers
    We only offer two grates that meet the width and depth requirements you have sated. One is 4.5 inch height. The other has a 4 inch height. Neither slope, and of the two the 4" H grate is the heavier duty one, in my opinion.
    Owen
    on January 2, 2017

    Terry
    from Connecticut asked:
    December 30, 2016
    What should I order for a Majestic SC36A replacement grate?
    2 Answers
    For replacement parts, please fill out this form.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2017
    For replacement parts, please fill out this form.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2017

    Seth
    from Pine Bluff, Arkansas asked:
    December 16, 2016
    My fire place is 26" the back 33" the front and 14" deep. What would be the best fit?
    1 Answers
    Based on your measurements, I would suggest the 18.5" Pilgrim Six-Bar Narrow Steel Fireplace Grate - 3 Inch Clearance.
    Brennan W.
    on December 19, 2016

    Jack
    from PA asked:
    December 15, 2016
    What size grate is needed for a fire box that is 22 deep x 42 wide front? The back is 35 wide.
    1 Answers
    Based on your dimensions, we would suggest a 24"-30" grate.
    Brennan W.
    on December 16, 2016

    Jennifer Walker
    from Walnut Ridge, Arkansas asked:
    December 14, 2016
    I have an old wood stove and need a grate for. The measurements are: Front - 20", Back - 16" and Depth - 15". I would like to know which type and size I would need.
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, we do not carry a grate that would fit your stove.
    Brennan W.
    on December 14, 2016

    Laura Cross
    from Newport Beach, CA asked:
    December 1, 2016
    I need to purchase a fireplace grate that pushes hot air into the room. I though it was called a tubular or smokeless grate.
    1 Answers
    I will be happy to make a suggestion. What is the front width, rear width, and depth of your fireplace opening?
    Brennan W.
    on December 1, 2016

    Jude
    from Henrico, Virginia asked:
    November 25, 2016
    I have a corner prefabricated fireplace that does burn wood. Dimensions are 28" wide in the front by 22" the back, but only 13 1/2" deep. What size grate should I use?

    Mike Durden
    from Cumming, GA asked:
    November 25, 2016
    I have a new outdoor fireplace with these dimensions: 31" across back, 42" across front and 21" deep. What size grate should I order?

    Matthew Patterson
    from New Jersey asked:
    November 22, 2016
    I have an opening, in my fireplace, of 35.6"; which size grate should I use?

    Kate
    from Conneticuit asked:
    November 19, 2016
    Is the measurement given the width of the grate? How do you know the depth?

    Linda Haase
    from Stockbridge, GA asked:
    November 14, 2016
    What are the true dimensions of G Series Franklin 15 1/4" Flat Bottom Cast iron grate. Manufacturer HYC-G16. I would like to know actual width, how deep and the height. I have a very small wood burning stove.

    Marc Landman
    from Brooklyn, NY asked:
    November 8, 2016
    My insert grate is no longer functioning. It measures 31" in the front, 22" in the back, 12" deep and 3.5" tall.

    Christian
    from Boerne, TX asked:
    October 11, 2016
    I have a small fireplace in the bedroom; the box is 26" wide in front, 22" wide in back, 14" depth, with 17" height. I'd like to have the grate lower because of the short height. What type of grate would you recommend? Thanks.
    1 Answers
    Based on your opening specifications, I would suggest the UniFlame 15 Inch Steel Fireplace Grate.
    Brennan W.
    on October 12, 2016

    Chris
    from Everett, WA asked:
    January 23, 2016
    I can lift up the grate but it is attached to the fireplace in the back, so I can only lift it up to clean underneath, but not take it completely out. I am wondering about how to remove the grate. I would like to insert a grate which is a heat exchanger for more efficiency. I don't know what type of fireplace is in there. It is just one of the standard cheap corner unit fireplaces for a condo built in the 70's. Would it be all right to take a hacksaw to it? I can't get behind to see how it is attached. How would I detach this grate?
    1 Answers
    Most grates in prefabricated fireplaces are held in place with sheet metal retaining tabs. The back feet of the grate usually push through holes in the tab, which have teeth that bite into the grate legs, holding it in position. You should be able to push down on the tabs with a pair of pliers while pulling up on the grate, allowing you to remove it.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 25, 2016

    Jennifer
    from Chester Springs, PA asked:
    January 5, 2016
    My fireplace is 49" wide. I have andirons and a screen (just bought a flat fireplace screen from your company). How big of a grate would work?
    1 Answers
    Ideal sizing of a fireplace grate would be a model that has 4 to 6 inches of clearance from the grate legs to the side walls of your fireplace opening.
    Will M.
    on January 6, 2016

    Edith
    from Phoenix, AZ asked:
    October 29, 2015
    I have a 2 sided fireplace and I need a grate. What kind of fireplace grate do I look for?
    1 Answers
    We carry several non-tapered grates and some hexagonal grates that can be used in a two-sided fireplace. Please see a couple of examples below. If you reply with your firebox width and depth, we will be happy to offer specific suggestions. UniFlame 24 Inch Hexagonal Steel Fireplace Grate Minuteman 28" Non-Tapered Fireplace Grate - FG6-28NTC
    Tyler M.
    on October 30, 2015

    Jim
    from Durham, NC asked:
    October 21, 2015
    Does the long side of a fireplace grate go towards the front or back of my fireplace?
    1 Answers
    The widest end of the grate would be placed towards the front opening of the fireplace.
    Chris C.
    on October 21, 2015

    Rondelle
    from Reston, VA asked:
    October 19, 2015
    How do I know how large of a fireplace grate that I need? My current grate is 20" on one end and 17" on the other.
    1 Answers
    Ideal sizing of a fireplace grate would be a model that has 4 to 6 inches of clearance from the grate legs to the side walls of your fireplace opening.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 20, 2015

    Mary
    from St. Louis, MO asked:
    September 24, 2015
    Which fireplace grate material holds up the longest?
    1 Answers
    While all grates have the potential to last a lifetime with proper wood burning practices, stainless steel will be more forgiving as it is more corrosion-resistant. This is important to note if you do not burn properly dried hardwood or do not rake or maintain your coal bed.
    Will M.
    on September 24, 2015

    Diana
    from West Chester, OH asked:
    June 13, 2015
    We have a fireplace that is in the shape of a trapozoid. It is 21" Deep. It is 35" along the back of the trapozoid and then the front is 43". It is a masonry fireplace on our back patio so it is an outside fireplace that is exposed to the elements. What size grate I should get as well as what type of material I should use for an outdoor fireplace?
    1 Answers
    For your application, I recommend using a stainless steel grate, as cast iron and steel will not hold up well in humid outdoor air. A product such as the 30" Hearth Products Controls Stainless Steel Outdoor Log Grate will be a good size.
    eFireplaceStore
    on June 14, 2015

    Sue
    from Blue River, CO asked:
    March 23, 2015
    I have a 4" tall grate that will not "draw" correctly in a fireplace that is 24" wide in the front. What 2" grate would you suggest for me?
    1 Answers
    The G Series Franklin 17 in. 'Flat Bottom' Cast Iron Fireplace Grate is a popular model of basket grate that uses a 2 inch leg height. However, switching grates may not solve the problem, as a poorly drafting chimney is usually due to wind interference or a flue sizing problem.
    eFireplaceStore
    on March 24, 2015

    Mary
    from Smithfield, VA asked:
    February 16, 2015
    We have a pre-fabricated fireplace in our double wide mobile home. It is 18 3/4" wide at the back wall, 30" wide across the front, 18" high at the doors, and 15" deep. We need to replace the grate and are also thinking about installing a reflective fireback. Which grate and fireback would you recommend?
    1 Answers
    I highly recommend the 22.5" Pilgrim Seven-Bar Narrow Steel Fireplace Grate - 3 Inch Clearance for your application. This grate is made specifically for smaller prefabricated fireplaces and is excellent quality. The grate carries a lifetime warranty as well, which makes it essentially the last grate you would have to buy. As for the fire back, I recommend the Copperfield Stainless Steel Radiant Fireback - 15-in. X 15-in. - 70020. This model offers excellent reflective qualities and does well to amplify heat output into the room.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 17, 2015

    Bill
    from Portland, OR asked:
    January 31, 2015
    I have a masonry fireplace and it's dimensions are 22" wide in the back, 36" in the front and 21 3/4" deep. It is 25" high to the top of the front opening but higher to the top inside. I would like to buy a heavy-duty grate that will last a long time. What grate would you suggest and where should it be placed in the fireplace?
    1 Answers
    A very well made and heavily built grate that we carry is the 24.5" Pilgrim Seven-Bar Steel Fireplace Grate - 6 Inch Clearance. This product line has proven to be one of the most durable that we offer and while the initial cost is higher than some other models, the durability more than makes up for the investment. The grate should be centered within the fireplace to allow air flow on all sides.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 2, 2015

    Dona
    from FL asked:
    November 28, 2014
    We have a 1972 brick clay built fireplace and we need a grate that will last. The fireplace is 42"' across the front, 20" deep, and, 32" in the back. We have had a problem about our grate bowing or looking like it is melting in the back of it. What would you suggest?
    1 Answers
    One possible suggestion is the 36.5" Pilgrim Ten-Bar Rectangular Steel Fireplace Grate with Center Leg - 4.5 Inch Clearance. This grate is 36 1/2" wide at the front and back, with a depth of 17". As such, of course your firebox will need to accommodate the 36 1/2" width at that point (17" from the front) for this grate to fit.
    Tyler M.
    on November 28, 2014

    Mary
    from Gulfport, MS asked:
    November 8, 2014
    I burn old fashioned fires with real pinewood starters in a large fireplace. Which type of fireplace grate is better, steel or cast iron?
    1 Answers
    There is some debate as to the superior material for a grate, but in my experience, steel is the better material. It is not brittle and prone to cracking like cast iron is and can deal with more rapid expansion. One of the most popular steel grates in this size is the 20.5" Pilgrim Six-Bar Tapered Steel Fireplace Grate - 4.5 Inch Clearance. The grate uses diamond cross section bars that measure 1 1/8 at the widest point.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 10, 2014

    Heather
    from Detroit, MI asked:
    November 8, 2014
    Our fireplace has a wood stove insert and we are in need of a new grate. The opening is 24 inches wide and 15 inches deep. We burn quite a bit of wood and usually "burn through" a grate every season or season and a half. What grate would you suggest? We do use a dura flame starter brick to start the fire. The starter brick is approxiamtely 2" x 6". I only mention this because I am not sure if this is what is causing the degradation of the grate.
    1 Answers
    Although the fire starters do contain some paraffin and other byproducts, they have not been shown to cause grate degradation. Fireplace inserts typically do not utilize grates and the high temperatures achieved within the firebox can cause a grate to break down relatively quickly. A product such as the G Series Franklin 17 in. 'Flat Bottom' Cast Iron Fireplace Grate should work well, as it is designed for small Franklin stoves.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 10, 2014

    Thomas
    from Brick, NJ asked:
    November 2, 2014
    We have an insert style fire place and the dimensions are as follows: Across the back 18" across the front 27" depth front to back 15" What is the proper size grate?
    1 Answers
    The 18.5" Pilgrim Six-Bar Narrow Steel Fireplace Grate - 3 Inch Clearance works well for smaller prefabricated fireplaces. The quality construction of the grate ensures many years of service.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 3, 2014

    Kristy
    from Chester County, PA asked:
    October 22, 2014
    We have a "pre-fab" Heatilator fireplace made by Hearth Technologies that measures roughly 33 inches in the front, 23 inches in the back, and the depth is 16 inches. We plan to burn hardwoods. What kind of grate do we need?
    1 Answers
    For the shallow prefab fireplaces such as your model, a grate like the 22.5" Pilgrim Seven-Bar Narrow Steel Fireplace Grate - 3 Inch Clearance will work well. This shallow, high quality grate will fit your depth requirements, while ensuring durability for the high BTU output of a hardwood fire.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 23, 2014

    Melissa
    from Zephyr Hills, Florida asked:
    October 19, 2014
    We have an R36 Majestic fireplace and need a fire grate. Which one would fit our fireplace?
    1 Answers
    After checking with the manufacturer, they have advised the original grate is no longer available, however I have verified the 18" Copperfield Welded Steel 5 Bar Fire Grate - 5/8-in. Bar Stock will work well.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 21, 2014

    Dixie
    from Bandera, TX asked:
    October 8, 2014
    If the back of my fireplace grate is 22 inches wide and the front is 24 inches wide, what size would I order?
    1 Answers
    Fireplace grates will usually taper in this way. The advertised dimension will be taken from the front of the grate. As such, you will want to order a 24 inch wide replacement.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 8, 2014

    Dennis
    from Elk Rapids, MI asked:
    October 4, 2014
    The grate has two clips holding on to the back of it in my fireplace. How do I unhook these clips?
    1 Answers
    Depending on the manufacturer and model of the fireplace, the clips may be attached in a couple of different ways. Some designs rely on the clips simply pushing into position on the back legs. By using a pair of snub nose pliers and grasping the grate firmly, you can pull the tabs loose from the back legs. Other designs will have set screws that are part of the brackets. The screws will need to be loosened to allow removal of the grate.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 6, 2014

    Margie
    from Nashville, TN asked:
    August 23, 2014
    Any ideas for a grate for our 42" wide front, 25" wide back 17" deep fireplace with gas starter? We need at least 3" clearance and the fireplace opening is 28" tall. We want to burn logs this year and maybe convert to gas logs in a few years.
    1 Answers
    Likely the best option for your fireplace will be the 33.5" Pilgrim Ten-Bar Tapered Steel Fireplace Grate with Center Leg - 4.5 Inch Clearance. This model will offer sufficient clearance, depth, and width to fit proportionally to your opening.
    eFireplaceStore
    on August 25, 2014

    John
    from Alexandria, VA asked:
    July 16, 2014
    I have a small fireplace - Width: 23", Depth: 17", Height 25". I want a grate that has high enough clearance that I can put the Duraflame or any other starterlog under the grate without the grate laying on top of it.
    1 Answers
    My apologies, but the smaller grates that will fit your fireplace opening only have a leg height of 2 to 3 inches. This will generally be the case for all grates in this size range, as the smaller grate means it will hold less wood and as a result, there will be a smaller bed of embers below. The grates are positioned lower to take advantage of the smaller bed of embers. You may need to shim the grate with firebrick in order to raise it up further. The only other option would be to have a custom grate fabricated from steel bar.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 17, 2014

    Randall
    from Edmond, OK asked:
    May 16, 2014
    I need a 18" grate with a 6" clearance. Do you have this?
    1 Answers
    Of the selection of 18 inch grates we offer, the UniFlame 18 Inch Steel Fireplace Grate offer the most clearance, with 5 inches from the hearth to the underside of the steel bar. I apologize that we do not offer a version with more clearance.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 16, 2014

    Augustus
    from Far Hills, New Jersey asked:
    February 17, 2014
    My fire place is 42" in front, 32" in back and 22" deep. Which size of the HY-C G500 Sampson fire place grate would best fit - 32" x 28" or 28" x 24"?
    1 Answers
    The ideal size to use will be the 28 by 24 model. A rule of thumb is to have 5 to 6 inches of clearance from the edge of the grate to the fireplace wall. The 28 by 24 will best achieve this spacing, while the larger model will be a bit crowded in the fireplace opening.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 18, 2014

    Larry
    from Roanoke, IN asked:
    February 15, 2014
    What size should I look for? My current grate has a rear width of 19 or 20" (rough measurement because of ash buildup), a front width of 30", depth of 16". I don't see trapezoidal grates available, just rectangular.
    1 Answers
    We do offer a selection of tapered grates, but they do not offer the approximately 10 inches of total taper that your current grate offers. However, the size of your fireplace may be able to house a larger model.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 17, 2014

    Teresa
    from Eugene, OR asked:
    February 12, 2014
    We bought our house about a year ago and have so enjoyed our amazing new fireplace. We keep fires going most night and during cold spells to help offset heating costs. I noticed this morning that our grate is bent forward. It came with the house and is about 15 x 12 inches and has 6 arms that are close in the front and spread wider in the back. Our fire place is 40 inches wide, 24 deep and 28 high. What type, style, size or model would you recommend. We are loving our fireplace and want to make it work and look its best.
    1 Answers
    Per your description, it almost sounds as if the grate is installed backwards in the fireplace. Usually, a grate will slope downwards toward the back of the fireplace. The individual bars will be spread wide in the front and narrow down in the back.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 13, 2014

    Bev
    from Cookeville, TN asked:
    January 10, 2014
    My tapered fireplace measures 24" across the back, 36" across front and 16" deep. What size do I need? Our second grate bent a while back. I sure would appreciate your help. What do you think?
    1 Answers
    We recommend the UniFlame 22 Inch Steel Fireplace Grate. This grate has an overall front width of 30 inches, a rear width of 25, and a depth of 15 inches. The rear legs are set forward a few inches, so there should be sufficient clearance before the opening tapers to 24 inches.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 13, 2014

    Will
    from Buena Vista, PA asked:
    January 4, 2014
    I've bought two grates from Lowes in the past 2 years. They keep getting hot and bending in the center. Do you have anything that won't do this?
    1 Answers
    I would choose one of the fireplace grates on our site manufactured by Pilgrim as these carry a lifetime warranty. The easiest way to find these grates is to simply type "diamond steel" in our search box. You should be able to find a grate to fit your fireplace that will last for years and years.
    Chris
    on January 5, 2014

    Nancy
    from Stamford CT asked:
    January 1, 2014
    Our fireplace measurements are 20" back, 30" front, and 15" depth. What grate would you recommend for our little fireplace?
    1 Answers

    Claire
    from Chesapeake, VA asked:
    December 27, 2013
    My fireplace has a 41" front width opening and has a 29" back width. It is 19" deep (firebox) plus 4 more inches to the front lip. What size grate do I need?
    1 Answers
    Ideally, you will have approximately 6 inches of clearance on either side of the grate at the front of the opening and a grate that is at least a couple of inches shallower than your total depth. As such, a 28 to 30 inch grate would be ideal, such as the 28.5" Pilgrim Eight-Bar Steel Fireplace Grate with Center Leg - 6 Inch Clearance. This high quality grate will offer many years of reliable service and the expanded mesh ember retainer helps to increase burn performance.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 27, 2013

    Leslie
    from Manor, TX asked:
    December 17, 2013
    My fireplace has a grate that is attached to the bottom. If I try to move the grate the whole bottom comes up. Is that safe? It just doesn't seem right to me. What do you think?
    1 Answers
    Some manufactured fireplaces are produced with retaining brackets that hold the fireplace grate to the floor panel of the unit. This is meant to keep the grate from moving when loading it with wood. The bottom panel is usually decorative in this sort of design, so there is no harm in lifting it.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 17, 2013

    Tina
    from Canada asked:
    December 12, 2013
    What size of grate should I get for my wood fireplace if the opening is 66" wide at the front and 54" wide at the back and 22 1/2" deep. Do you recommend a custom built one?
    1 Answers
    The largest grate that we offer is the 42.5" Pilgrim Twelve-Bar Rectangular Steel Fireplace Grate with Center Leg - 4.5 Inch Clearance, but even this model is a bit narrow for your application and does not taper towards the back. A larger grate would indeed have to be custom fabricated.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 12, 2013



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