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A fireplace screen should prevent sparks and embers from escaping the firebox in addition to adding a decorative flair to the hearth. Select from brass, pewter, iron or traditional black finish in either formal or traditional designs.

Fireplace screens fall into distinctive categories: Bowed top spark guards, flat guards, folding screens and screens that attach to the fireplaces as cabinet mesh or sliding curtain styles.

Mazzeos stocks Rumford Fireplace Screens for those square fireplace designs and can customize screens for arched fireplace openings and oversize fireplaces.

  • Stovetop Thermometer

    Why it is intelligent to use a woodstove thermometer?

    Burn Efficiently
    Even well-engineered woodstoves must be operated properly to achieve maximum efficiency. Many people burn their stoves unnecessarily “hot” and therefore fuel is wasted without generating additional room heat. Use a thermometer to know when the fire is consuming wood too fast, exceeding the manufacturer’s most efficient operating temperature zone.

    Protect Your Woodstove
    It is impossible to know accurately, simply by looking at the flames, the temperatures of your woodstove and chimney flue. The thermometer warns you when your fire is too hot for your woodstove. Extend its service lifetime, by avoiding damage to metal components.

    Burn More Safely
    When under-fired, woodstove fires are smoky, causing fire hazard from creosote tar build-up in the stovepipe. A woodstove thermometer tells you when your fire temperature is too cool, and again informs you when optimum temperature is achieved, so you can decelerate your burn rate before the woodstove gets too hot.