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Enjoy the long-lasting beauty of evergreen hues amongst the flames in your gas fire pit. All fire glass has a 5 -lb. minimum order (Pricing below is per pound of fireplace glass). You can mix and match colors. This fire glass is tempered to handle long-term heat consumption. Thanks to the process used in creating the glass, it burns cleaner and more efficiently than conventional gas logs. It will not melt, degrade, or emit toxic fumes. (This refers to the glass itself. You are still required to have your damper open when burning!) The fire glass looks spectacular, especially if green is a dominate color in your home.
There is no soot, no ash and no smoke to hassle with. And with no popping embers to worry about, you can even remove those screens and glass doors which inhibit your view. Evergreen is an especially rich color, which will enhance your fire experience. Now if you think this looks good in your fireplace, it is a show-stopper in an outdoor fire pit or as a decorative feature in your patio landscape.
The tumbling and polishing process used to create the FireglassTM ensures that there are no sharp edges to cut you and almost anyone can install it. Simply remove those old gas logs and clean out your gas or propane fireplace. Wipe the surfaces clean with a dry cloth to remove any dust. Check your burner to make sure it is in proper working order or you can purchase our H-Burner or fire pit ring and you're ready to fill.
The options are endless! An average fireplace will take between 50 and 75 lbs of glass. Using our Fire Rock as a filler can cut down on the amount of glass needed and give you the same look. However, if you want to change the color for a party or on holidays, an all-glass installation is best. To calculate the amount of fire glass you will need for your fireplace, please go to our calculate page. We suggest placing a 2"- 3" thick layer of FireglassTM to get the Proper flame.
Take the front and back width of your fireplace and add them together _______
Then, divide that number by 2. _______
Now multiply that number by the depth of the fireplace. _______
Then, multiply that number by the depth of the Fire Glass you would like. _______
Divide that number by 231. _______
Multiply the number by 12 to get the total pounds of Fire Glass needed.
Fire Pit Formula:
Take the diameter of the fire pit and multiply it by itself. _______
Multiply by the depth of the glass you would like. _______
Divide by 231. _______
Multiply by .8 _______
Multiply by 12 to get total. _______
A 30" fireplace generally requires 40lbs. of Fire Glass, based on an avg. depth of 2".
A 30" fire pit generally requires 75 lbs. of Fire Glass based on an avg. depth of 2".
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