Enhance your fireplace with a touch of sophistication using our Satin Copper Metaltone Painted Finish Mesh Curtains, available in either a 1/4" or 3/16" weave. Sold in pairs, each panel is crafted from durable 19-gauge steel, measuring 24" in width. These curtains not only provide an unobstructed view of the flames but also serve as a protective barrier against airborne sparks.
Included with each pair are rings and stylish tassel pulls, meticulously designed to match the screen's satin copper metaltone painted finish. The Premium Mini-Mesh Replacement Firescreens take fire safety and elegance to the next level, featuring 1/4”- 19" Ga or 3/16”- 19 1/2" Ga. steel mini-mesh in 24” wide panels. Rings and coil tassel pulls in the same color as the screen add a touch of sophistication to these screens.
For a personalized touch, choose from a variety of metal-tone-painted finishes. If an alternative finish is selected, rest assured that the coil tassel pulls will be expertly finished to complement your chosen color. Proudly made in the United States, our mesh curtains combine functionality and style, providing a reliable and aesthetically pleasing solution for your fireplace.
- Material: 19 Gauge Steel Wire
- Weave: 1/4" or 3/16"
- Finish Color: Durable Satin Copper Metaltone Painted Finish
- Width: 24 Inches Each
- Available Length: 16" to 27" - Plus 1/2" For The Hanger Rings
- Fireplace Opening Width: 30 to 40"
- Hanger Ring Size: 1/2 Inch
- Coil Tassel Curtain Pulls: Satin Copper
- PAINT CHIPS IN THE BAG ARE A NORMAL OCCURRENCE AND NOT A MANUFACTURING DEFECT
How to Measure And Install Fireplace Mesh Curtains
Measuring for a Fireplace Mesh Curtain:
Height Measurement for Existing Mesh:
- If you're satisfied with the dimensions of your existing screen, simply measure both its height and width, including any hanger rings, and then place an order for a screen with the same height.
- Measure the overall height of your existing mesh curtain, including the hanger rings. (TOTAL MESH HEIGHT)
- Choose the measurement nearest to your existing mesh screen from the menu above.
For Mesh Screen with Rod Installed:
- Measure from your fireplace floor to the top of the rod. This gives you the overall length of the new mesh curtain with the 1/2" hanger rings.
- Allow for about 1/2" clearance to prevent dragging along the fireplace floor.
For Mesh Screen with No Rod Installed:
- Measure from your fireplace floor to the firebox ceiling or lintel iron, deducting 1".
- This should give you the overall height for the new screen.
- Allow about 1/2" clearance to prevent dragging along the fireplace floor.
For Mesh That Hides Behind A Valance:
A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Replace Your Fireplace Screen Curtain
Introduction: The fireplace screen curtain is a vital element in safeguarding your fireplace and home from potential damage caused by various factors. In addition to shielding the fireplace from children, pets, and accidental collisions, it serves as a protective barrier, preventing the escape of fire and the entry of flammable items from the surroundings. This step-by-step guide will assist you in efficiently replacing your fireplace screen curtain, ensuring both safety and functionality.
Step 1 — Remove the Existing Screen:
- Before installing the new screen, remove the old, broken, or worn-out curtain to ensure a seamless replacement. Many prefer purchasing the new screen after removal to guarantee accurate sizing. Locate the screws on the top, bottom, and sides of the existing screen that secure it in place. Determine whether these screws are attached to the side or front of the brick fireplace. Carefully use a drill or screwdriver to unscrew and remove them. Gently pull the screen away and upward to avoid scratching the fireplace brick.
Step 2 — Select a Screen and Test for Fit:
- Opt for a new screen with the same design as the old one for a hassle-free installation. Common designs include screens secured by hand screws on the sides of the fireplace or screws directly into the front. Note the measurements of the existing screen and bring them when purchasing a replacement. Test the new screen for fit by placing it over the fireplace.
Step 3 — Install the Support Screws:
- Commencing from the outside of the fireplace, install screws to support the new screen. If the screws fit existing holes, use a screwdriver to secure them. If the screw format differs, utilize a power drill with the appropriate concrete bit to drill holes where needed. Mark drilling locations on the brick using chalk.
Ensure the screws are tightly secured, providing stability to the screen. Test the screen to confirm its stability, making sure it won't fall if bumped or struck by an external object before leaving it in place.
By following these step-by-step instructions, you can efficiently replace your fireplace screen curtain, enhancing both the safety and aesthetic appeal of your home. This project ensures your fireplace remains a secure and enjoyable focal point in your living space.