37″ Dome Lift Off Fire Pit Screen – Carbon Steel
37.5 x 37.5 x 17 (Center Height)
We make our screens to order based on the complexity and time it takes to make a quality screen. OUR PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING DIRECT TO YOU. PLEASE ALLOW A MINIMUM OF APPROXIMATELY 4-5 WEEKS FOR US TO MAKE AND SHIP YOUR SCREEN. SPARK SCREENS SHIP SEPARATE FORM FIRE PIT ORDERS.
Our handcrafted Fire Pit Spark Screens are designed for the piece of mind while having fires. They are made using high quality 1/4″ thick carbon steel. By using 1/4″ thick steel your spark screen will last. They come painted with a high temperature black paint. Carbon steel will oxidize just like your fire pit and form an outside surface rust. You can choose to leave it alone or repaint from time to time. Each screen has tabs welded on the inside so they sit properly on your fire pit. We make our screens to order based on the complexity and time it takes to make a quality screen. OUR PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING DIRECT TO YOU PLEASE ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 4-5 WEEKS FOR US TO MAKE AND SHIP YOUR SCREEN. SPARK SCREENS SHIP SEPARATE FORM FIRE PIT ORDERS. Feel free to call, 404-840-8474, with any questions you might have regarding our spark screens.
Your screen is made to last and to withstand the elements, but there are a few things you don’t want to do.
Use your screen under normal use. Do not put your screen over a large Bonfire type of fire. If you consistently are burning large fires through the screen, then you will eventually wear out the metal. The screens are designed to catch sparks, not large flame.
Use and source quality firewood that will not produce a ton of spark. Kiln dried firewood is the best you can purchase.
No chemicals. Do not squirt any chemicals such as lighter fluid through your screen. Chemicals can cause the metal to get thin and eventually fail.
Do not cover your screen. You do not want to trap moisture inside of a cover and your screen. Moisture if trapped will eventually rust the screen and if you leave it covered for a long period of time it could rust through the screen. Do not use a tarp or other type of cover. You should be taking your screen off at the end of the night and placing your snuffer lid over the pit to ensure the fire is out and to make sure no water is getting into the pit. Wet ash turns into lye and lye is a corrosive chemical that reacts with metal.
Paint your screen from time to time with a high temperature paint. Depending on how much you use it, this will also help to protect your investment in a quality screen