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27 Inch Steel Bar Grate- 3/4 Inch Bar

27 Inch Steel Bar Grate- 3/4 Inch Bar
SKU: NLE5UC_1527
MPN: C-1527
$163.00
    • Black fireplace log grate
    • Heavy duty bar iron construction
    • Measures 27" long x 15" deep
    • 6 - 3/4" bars
    • 17.2 lbs.
Availability: In Stock: Ships in 3 to 4 business days
$163.00
  • Details

    This 27" Fireplace Grate adds elegance and simplicity to your wood burning fireplace. This log grate promotes heavy duty bar iron construction, making it perfect for holding up the logs for your next fire. Enjoy a cozy night by the fire with this stylish grate.

    Different than many other grates, a zero-clearance grate is designed to promote efficient fuel usage and keep your fire burning longer. This allows the user to save on fuel costs and enjoy their fire for longer. The simple design of this fireplace accessory allows it to accommodate any decor in your home.

    • Black fireplace log grate
    • Heavy duty bar iron construction
    • 6 - 3/4" bars
    • 17.2 lbs.
    • Measures 7" High; 27" Front Width; 23" Back Width; 15" Depth

    What is the Best Fireplace Grate and where to buy? Steel versus Cast Iron

    The hot topic of the day is Steel versus Cast Iron. Both have their merits depending on what the user is going to be expecting and or putting their fireplace grate through. Steel is traditionally used for wood and the highest quality steel can last upwards of a lifetime. Cast Iron is used primarily for burning coal and will not last as long as the higher quality steel but will last longer than the lower tiers of steel. And while cast iron can be used for wood, with the smaller gaps, it is suggested to use smaller pieces, as ash from larger pieces of wood will build up has a harder time falling through. This can gunk up the fire and potentially have it sputter out. Steel and Cast Iron are both great materials to have in your fireplace grate, it's just about finding out what you want to get out of it and what your budget is.

    What size Fireplace Grate do I need? How to measure Fireplace Grate?

    Check out our article on How to Choose a Fireplace Grate. Included here, we have suggestions and tips to help you make the best decision in purchasing a new fireplace grate.

    If you are not sure on what size fireplace grate you need, our article on How to Measure for a Fireplace Grate will help you figure out what is going to work for you.

    Other Fire Grates for Outdoors, Fireplace Grate with Blowers, Basket style grates, and more

    Looking for a fire grate that you can use in your fire pit or outdoor fireplace? Check out our selection of Fireplace Grate with Blowers to disperse even more heat throughout your house, our Basket Style Grates and even Firepit and Outdoor Grates to spruce up your outdoor living

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin China
    Product Type Fireplace Accessories
    Product Type Fireplace Grates
    Season Everyday
    Type Bar Grates
    Product Weight 17.2
    Brand Mr. BBQ

This 27" Fireplace Grate adds elegance and simplicity to your wood burning fireplace. This log grate promotes heavy duty bar iron construction, making it perfect for holding up the logs for your next fire. Enjoy a cozy night by the fire with this stylish grate.

Different than many other grates, a zero-clearance grate is designed to promote efficient fuel usage and keep your fire burning longer. This allows the user to save on fuel costs and enjoy their fire for longer. The simple design of this fireplace accessory allows it to accommodate any decor in your home.

  • Black fireplace log grate
  • Heavy duty bar iron construction
  • 6 - 3/4" bars
  • 17.2 lbs.
  • Measures 7" High; 27" Front Width; 23" Back Width; 15" Depth

What is the Best Fireplace Grate and where to buy? Steel versus Cast Iron

The hot topic of the day is Steel versus Cast Iron. Both have their merits depending on what the user is going to be expecting and or putting their fireplace grate through. Steel is traditionally used for wood and the highest quality steel can last upwards of a lifetime. Cast Iron is used primarily for burning coal and will not last as long as the higher quality steel but will last longer than the lower tiers of steel. And while cast iron can be used for wood, with the smaller gaps, it is suggested to use smaller pieces, as ash from larger pieces of wood will build up has a harder time falling through. This can gunk up the fire and potentially have it sputter out. Steel and Cast Iron are both great materials to have in your fireplace grate, it's just about finding out what you want to get out of it and what your budget is.

What size Fireplace Grate do I need? How to measure Fireplace Grate?

Check out our article on How to Choose a Fireplace Grate. Included here, we have suggestions and tips to help you make the best decision in purchasing a new fireplace grate.

If you are not sure on what size fireplace grate you need, our article on How to Measure for a Fireplace Grate will help you figure out what is going to work for you.

Other Fire Grates for Outdoors, Fireplace Grate with Blowers, Basket style grates, and more

Looking for a fire grate that you can use in your fire pit or outdoor fireplace? Check out our selection of Fireplace Grate with Blowers to disperse even more heat throughout your house, our Basket Style Grates and even Firepit and Outdoor Grates to spruce up your outdoor living

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Product Type Fireplace Accessories
Product Type Fireplace Grates
Season Everyday
Type Bar Grates
Product Weight 17.2
Brand Mr. BBQ