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Classic Fire Glass

Packed and priced in 10 lb bags, all our Fire Glass has a Lifetime Warranty

The Original

Classic Fire Glass

Classic Fire Glass was the first product range in 2004 when American Fireglass was founded by Matt and Kelly Doll in California. From those early days in their garage, American Fireglass has become one of, if not the leading manufacturers of Fire Glass in the United States.

Classic Fire Glass is available in two sizes, 1/4″ and 1/2″ thick and a range of eleven different colors. Although this was their first product, it quickly became the fire glass by which all others are judged, and it remains so today.

A diagram showing the sizing of 1/4 Inch Fire glass

American Fireglasses’ secret to success has been their stringent multi-step Quality Control process at the factory in the USA and by providing a wide range of color choices for you to choose.

All of the Classic Fire Glass Range is a non-tumbled tempered glass. With normal usage, this glass should last you a lifetime and comes with a Lifetime Warranty.

Top Quality Fire Glass does not emit fumes or smoke and does not create soot. It should be capable of withstanding 1300 degrees Fahrenheit and not discolor, as well as being able to resist the worst extremes of weather.

All the Fire Glass on The Magic Of Fire and from American Fireglass meet these criteria.

Classic Fire Glass Cobalt Blue
Classic Fire Glass - Cobalt Blue

What Size Classic Fire Glass Should I Use?

 

If you have a standard or smaller fire pit or fireplace, we recommend selecting the 1/4″ thick glass. In a larger fire feature, the 1/4″ thick glass can look a little ‘overwhelmed.’

Conversely, the 1/2″ thick fire glass is ideal for larger fire pits and fireplaces but can be a little ‘chunky’ in smaller fire features.

Top Quality Fire Glass does not emit fumes or smoke and does not create soot. It should be capable of withstanding 1300 degrees Fahrenheit and not discolor, as well as being able to resist the worst extremes of weather.

Occasionally you may think your fire glass has lost a bit of its luster. Over time dust and dirt deposits will accumulate on the fire glass. Fear not, fire glass can be easily cleaned with a 50/50 mix of water and vinegar, rinsed thoroughly, and allowed to dry completely before being put back into your fire feature.

So sit back, take your time and choose your favorite color, and if you’re feeling creative, don’t be afraid to mix some colors.

To calculate how much you need, click to go to our fire glass calculators at the bottom of the page, or refer to the following tables:

Round Fire Pit Glass Quantities

A chart showing how much Fire Glass is required for Round Fire Pits

Square Fire Pit Glass Quantities

A chart showing how much Fire Glass is required for Square Fire Pits

Utilizing Lava Rock with Fire Glass

A diagram showing how to use lava Rock as a filler under Fire Glass

Fire Glass and Lava Rock Calculators

Click to go to the Calculators
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