24'' Sampson Fireplace Grate

Item Code: 5HY-G500-24

Availability: In Stock, Only 5 left, Ships in 1 to 2 business days.

List Price: $114.43

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  • Black
  • Solid cast iron construction
  • Size: 24" Front Width x 20" Rear Width x 16" Deep

The G500-24 is a heavy-duty self-feeding expandable fireplace grate. Using the 8" G500-C to expand the width of the G500-24 grate, you can transform this into any size grate that you need. G500 grates are unassembled for easy shipping. The G500-24 measures 24" Front Width x 20" Rear Width x 16" Deep with a 3" Clearance underneath.

How to measure for a fireplace grate

Additional Information
  • Finish: Black
  • Size: 24" Front Width x 20" Rear Width x 16" Deep
  • Construction materials: Cast Iron
Additional Information

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Brand HY-C
Model G500-24
Shipping Weight (lbs) 27.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 27
Material Cast Iron
Grate Width 21'' to 24''
Grate Type Cast Iron Grates

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Customer Reviews

Posted: 1/6/2014

Reviewer: Warm in MI

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Great Grate

This is a heavy duty grate which is easy to assemble. While we do not use our fireplace as a primary heating source, we do burn many fires through the winter season. After burning fires in our home for the last 15 years using two different grates, we have found one that does not contribute to backflow of smoke into the house. The design of this rack burns a long hot fires. Logs burn away completely without the small charred pieces. The fire seems to kick more heat into the room (all though I haven't measured it).
Northline Express pricing is the lowest we found and the shipment was delivered quickly. I would hightly recommend both this grate and company.

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