About Fireglass

Fireglass is used in gas fireplaces and fire pits as an alternative to gas logs. The glass does not actually burn, so you need to have a gas source to create the flame.

Important!: Any fireglass on the market can be used ONLY in devices designed by the manufacturer for use with fireglass. (And if it can be used, you need to respect the recommended size and amount of fireglass).
Please seek professional help with installation, especially if using propane gas as it can be very dangerous if not properly installed.
Not all propane burners can be used with fireglass, so please check with the manufacturer of your device before purchasing. Propane burners do not burn as clean as natural gas and can cause discoloration and sooting, so it is recommended to use dark colors with LP propane.

Glass sizes are approximate. Some pieces can be quite smaller and some can be quite larger, this is typical of all kinds of fireglass.

The shade/hue of the glass can change dramatically in different sources of light as well as in different colors of surrounding areas, backgrounds, etc. The image of this glass may be distorted by the settings of your viewing screen.

In order to preserve the brilliance of the glass, our fireglass is not tumbled; therefore, we suggest handling the glass with caution.

Please note that any fireglass can, to some degree, change hue when exposed to heat. For example, the red and orange glass turn dark (almost black) when exposed to direct flame, but return mostly to their original color when they cool off.

Our glass (fireglass) may be used in many different applications: landscaping, concrete fillers, etc., limited only by the imagination.