About Fire Glass
Fire Glass is the ultimate replacement for fire logs and in use for fire pits giving your space a new and bright look. They are virtually maintenance free and long lasting. They do not melt, burn or emit smoke and retain more heat than ceramic logs. They are easy to install and can be used anywhere. A 20 lb. bag cover approx. 2 to 2.50 sq.ft., 1" deep. If you are unsure of how much you need or you need a different color or if you have any questions regarding fire glass please feel free to send us a message. Before making a purchase make sure with your fireplace or fire pit manufacturer that it is fit to be used with fire glass. Improper use may lead to undesired results such as glass turning black or bursting flame.Minor variations in size can occur as glass is machine tumbled and its hard to maintain a exact size.
About Fire Stones
Give your fireplace a new look with these natural fire resistant stones. These stones are heat resistant and will sustain heat generated by gas or ethanol systems (tested with positive results with units up to 90,000 BTUs). The stones can be placed on a bed of fireglass for optimal use. Rarely but cracking of stones may occur due to moisture or extremely high heat . They can be used anywhere from your fireplaces, fire pits and garden. They are easy to install and can be used anywhere. Each fire stone bag covers most standard-size fireplaces (±1 sq. ft coverage), and weighs 18 to 20 lbs. Stone size is approx. 1inch to 2inch. If you are unsure of how much you need or you need a different color or if you have any questions regarding these stones please feel free to send us a message. Please make sure to follow the fireplace or burner’s manufacturer’s recommendations before installation. It is recommended to keep all the opening clear and a clearance space around the burner. Wash with lukewarm water to clean any residue, oil or dirt.Always turn on your fireplace or firepit on lowest settings to evaporate any moisture in stones if any . Colors shown here are for reference only. Actual stones may vary in size and color. Before making a purchase make sure with your fireplace or fire pit manufacturer that it is fit to be used with fire stones. Improper use may lead to undesired results such as stones turning black or bursting flame. Minor variations in size can occur.