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Complete the look of your gas burning fire feature by adding our mixed media. We have taken the guessing game out of which accents compliment each other by creating this unique selection! These outdoor-approved ceramic stones and tempered accents are heat resistant and designed to help disperse the gas throughout your fire feature. They are much safer to use as fire media, as compared to natural rock and untempered glass. Dress up your fire bowl today with our beautiful ornamental décor and really "wow" your guests!

Here are some of the products we've mixed together to create stunning displays for your fire feature: 

  • Fire Glass
  • Fire Beads
  • Cermic River Rocks
  • Embers
  • Starfish
  • Seashells
  • Lava Rock

Express your artistic side by adding these mesmerizing accessories to your hearth or fire feature. Your evening or daytime interlude will be a whole lot more interesting with this truly astonishing visual presentation! Wondering how much fire glass to get for your outdoor fire feature? Let us help you calculate the exact amount! Please visit our Info Center for additional information and maintenance tips regarding this accessory!

INFOGRAPHICS:

                    

Cover your fire pit ring            Cover your burner pan

PLEASE NOTE:

  • 1 box has 25 pieces of assorted light weight ceramic stones.
    • 2 boxes can easily cover the burners on a 48" linear electric fireplace or a 36" direct vent gas fireplace!
  • Our Mixed Fire Media is an assortment of sizes, ranging from 1 to 5 inches in diameter. Certain pieces, such as the Starfish, may measure closer to 6 inches.
  • Please be sure to measure your burner area before adding river rock or luxury stones to it. In some cases, an entire set of these rocks (1 box = 25 pieces) may be too big for certain fire features. In other cases, you may need to obtain an additional box to cover your burner. If you're not sure, please call us at 1-888-986-1535 for assistance!
  • Our mixed fire media contains some tempered glass pieces. Because propane is heavier than natural gas, it will sink to the bottom of your feature. Small pieces of fire glass will not allow propane to circulate, and this ccan lead to the explosion of this particular media. Even with larger fire glass pieces, there is still not enough room for the gas to dissipate from wind and other factors. Lava rock and our ceramic river rocks allow propane to dissipate and is the safest choice for your gas feature. (In addition, it is always a good idea to incorporate lava rock into the bottom portion of natural gas burning features. This helps with gas dispersion and allows you an affordable way to fill your fire pit or bowl.) 
  • Please play it safe and get our tempered, outdoor-rated, fire-approved media. Fireside Expressions' heat treated products are designed to withstand the extreme temperatures of a fire. Rocks and stones that have been collected from a riverbed or the great outdoors will crack and explode when subject to high heat, causing damage to person and property.

As always, our team of experts is available at 1-888-986-1535 to help answer your questions!

We recommend covering the burner with a layer of cinders/lava rock. These should be 1" diameter or larger. Glass should then be used as a topping over cinders/lava rock to approximately 2” in depth. This helps save material, money, and allows for safer operation.


For Square or Rectangle Shaped Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a square fire feature

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Width:  
 inches
(B) Fire Pit Depth:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Round or Octagon Fire Pits

Calculate how much fire glass you will need for a round fire feature.

* You can use other fire media to fill most of the fire pit, then cover the remaining 2" to 4" with fire glass.

(A) Fire Pit Inner Diameter:  
 inches
(B) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   


For Standard Fireboxes

Calculate how much fire glass you'll need for a fireplace.

* 2" to 4" of fire glass is the recommended height for fireplace fireboxes and pan burners.

(A) Firebox Front Width:  
 inches
(B) Firebox Rear Width:  
 inches
(C) *Fire Glass Height:  
 inches
(D) Firebox Depth:  
 inches



 

Total Glass Needed (lbs):

   

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