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24'' Lifetime Fireplace Grate - Extra Heavy-Duty

24'' Lifetime Fireplace Grate - Extra Heavy-Duty
SKU: NLE5CF_LGM
MPN: LGM
$199.49
$127.98


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    Does your grate burn up after a year or two? Is it constantly breaking? Are you sick of buying a new one every season? We have the solution to your grate troubles. The Deep Forest Lifetime Grate...it is the last grate you will ever buy. It's made of 1" wide steel bars that create durable support for holding your wood and coals. This grate also has legs that measure 3 1/4" to allow proper airflow for a even burn. This...
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    Does your grate burn up after a year or two? Is it constantly breaking? Are you sick of buying a new one every season? We have the solution to your grate troubles. The Deep Forest Lifetime Grate...it is the last grate you will ever buy. It's made of 1" wide steel bars that create durable support for holding your wood and coals. This grate also has legs that measure 3 1/4" to allow proper airflow for a even burn. This heavy-duty grate has a lifetime guarantee by the factory not to burn out. It will withstand intense heat and everyday usage. Grate dimensions: 24" Front x 20" Back x 15.5" Depth. Weight: 23 lbs.


    How to Measure for a Fireplace Grate

    Specifications:
    • Front Width 24" x Back Width 20" x Depth 15.5"
    • 1" wide x 1/2'' thick Steel bar construction
    • A36 grade hot rolled steel
    • Basket Height: 1 7/8"
  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United States
    Product Type Fireplace Grates
    Type Lifetime Grates
    Type Bar Grates
    Size 21in to 24in
    Left Overlay Image ets-made-usa-prod.png
    Brand Custom Firescreen
  • 3 Reviews

    3 Reviews

    • 5
      Solid

      Posted by John on Oct 19th 2020

      I like it a lot. Made in the USA, solid, looks good.

    • 4
      Heavy Duty and Functional overall

      Posted by Matt on Dec 10th 2018

      First off, this is a high quality fireplace grate. I have just a few minor comments that make it a 4.5 instead of 5-star rating. 1. This grate will probably never wear out. My last cast iron grate melted and cracked after about 5 years. This steel grate will have that problem, but it does not look as good or hold the coals as well. Also, the grate wobbled becasue the legs were not even or completely level. I used my shop grinder to take about 1/8 inch off a back leg and now it is stable and sits flat. 2. Being that it is rather plain (as compared to the more attractive/ornamental cast iron types) I would say it is worth about $100 to make it a 5-star price. That said, I am happy with my purchase and would recommend to others who don't ever want to replace their fireplace grate again! :)

    • 5
      Sturdy, Heavy, Durable

      Posted by OneCentWI on Jul 16th 2018

      We've had this for 4 years, structure same as day we bought it. It's very heavy if you remove it to clean at the end of cold season. It does have a high clearance as noted in other reviews for different sizes but we bought an ember screen at the same time as the grate which keeps the coals with the burning wood until they are small enough to fall through which ensures the most efficient & thorough burn - hardly any chunks in the ashes. Works well in our large fireplace from 1847. Note that the high end should be in the front to prevent logs from falling forward and out of the fireplace.

Does your grate burn up after a year or two? Is it constantly breaking? Are you sick of buying a new one every season? We have the solution to your grate troubles. The Deep Forest Lifetime Grate...it is the last grate you will ever buy. It's made of 1" wide steel bars that create durable support for holding your wood and coals. This grate also has legs that measure 3 1/4" to allow proper airflow for a even burn. This heavy-duty grate has a lifetime guarantee by the factory not to burn out. It will withstand intense heat and everyday usage. Grate dimensions: 24" Front x 20" Back x 15.5" Depth. Weight: 23 lbs.


How to Measure for a Fireplace Grate

Specifications:
  • Front Width 24" x Back Width 20" x Depth 15.5"
  • 1" wide x 1/2'' thick Steel bar construction
  • A36 grade hot rolled steel
  • Basket Height: 1 7/8"
Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United States
Product Type Fireplace Grates
Type Lifetime Grates
Type Bar Grates
Size 21in to 24in
Left Overlay Image ets-made-usa-prod.png
Brand Custom Firescreen

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Solid

    Posted by John on Oct 19th 2020

    I like it a lot. Made in the USA, solid, looks good.

  • 4
    Heavy Duty and Functional overall

    Posted by Matt on Dec 10th 2018

    First off, this is a high quality fireplace grate. I have just a few minor comments that make it a 4.5 instead of 5-star rating. 1. This grate will probably never wear out. My last cast iron grate melted and cracked after about 5 years. This steel grate will have that problem, but it does not look as good or hold the coals as well. Also, the grate wobbled becasue the legs were not even or completely level. I used my shop grinder to take about 1/8 inch off a back leg and now it is stable and sits flat. 2. Being that it is rather plain (as compared to the more attractive/ornamental cast iron types) I would say it is worth about $100 to make it a 5-star price. That said, I am happy with my purchase and would recommend to others who don't ever want to replace their fireplace grate again! :)

  • 5
    Sturdy, Heavy, Durable

    Posted by OneCentWI on Jul 16th 2018

    We've had this for 4 years, structure same as day we bought it. It's very heavy if you remove it to clean at the end of cold season. It does have a high clearance as noted in other reviews for different sizes but we bought an ember screen at the same time as the grate which keeps the coals with the burning wood until they are small enough to fall through which ensures the most efficient & thorough burn - hardly any chunks in the ashes. Works well in our large fireplace from 1847. Note that the high end should be in the front to prevent logs from falling forward and out of the fireplace.

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