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Custom Fit Auto Close HearthGate (G3111)

$189.99

This one-of-a-kind gate system fits a standard 6’ hearth and most BBQ grills providing protection from the hot surfaces and flames of in-use fireplaces, accessing gas starter keys, sharp edges, hard corners and dirty logs. The door section can be placed anywhere in the layout giving you access where needed.  Magnet lock technology draws door to the closed position and locks automatically.  Each section is hinged with a rotating joint to allow for custom set up.  Quick release hardware allows for easy removal when needed.  Optional extensions are available in 9” and 24” sections allowing for a custom fit.  The system can be connected to use around wood burning stoves or to create a freestanding play area. (We recommend at least 2 additional sections for free standing play area).

Average Ratings:
(1 Reviews)

Custom Fit HearthGate Features


Custom Fit Assembly and Installation

  • Provides maximum safety for use around fireplaces of any shape or size
  • Unique handle design applies Magnet-Lock Technology, a dual magnet design that automatically draws the door closed and guarantees it locks each and every time!
  • Hold Open Feature secures the door in an open position and suspends the auto-close function; allowing free traffic flow until it is pushed closed
  • Two way door
  • Joints easily rotate and lock for secure attachment
  • Quick release, adjustable wall mount hardware
  • 24” door section can be placed anywhere within the layout
  • HearthGate can be connected to use as a freestanding play area, with the addition of optional extensions
  • Basic gate fits openings of 128″

Mother 517 - Apr 14,2017

hard to take apart

I lost the instruction manual for this gate and had to figure out how to dissemble it at the end of winter on my own. The only way to dissemble this gate seems to be using a flathead screwdriver to pry up the caps at the joints of sections, and then pull the connector that's on top out of the connector on bottom. I wish I knew what to call the pieces I'm referring to, but I can't find a dissembly manual online!

Company Name jester517@hotmail.com