How Much Do You Need

FIRE GLASS CALCULATOR

If you are not sure how much fire glass you need for your fire feature, you can easily and accurately calculate how much you need by using our fire glass calculator below. All you need to do is simply select your fire feature type, fill out your dimensions, and hit calculate.

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Round Fire Pit

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Round Fire Pit Calculator

Diameter (A).in
Glass Depth (B).in
You Will Need [X] Pounds Of Glass

Square Fire Pit

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Square Fire Pit Calculator

Width (A).in
Glass Depth (B).in
You Will Need [X] Pounds Of Glass

Rectangular Fire Pit

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Rectangular Fire Pit Calculator

Width (A).in
Length (B).in
Glass Depth (C).in
You Will Need [X] Pounds Of Glass

Fire Bowl

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Fire Bowl Calculator

Diameter (A).in
Glass Depth (B).in
You Will Need [X] Pounds Of Glass

Fireplace

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Fireplace Calculator

Front Width (A).in
Back Width (B).in
Fireplace Depth (C).in
Glass Depth (D).in
You Will Need [X] Pounds Of Glass

How Much Fire Glass Do I Need?

How much glass do I need?

Don’t worry, this is the most common question about fire glass!

We're here to help!

For the best results you should have a two inch layer of fire glass.

If you still don’t know how much fire glass you will need, simply measure out the fireplace or fire pit and enter your measurements in to our super computing fire glass calculator. When our fire glass calculator is finished crunching your numbers, it will provide the optimum amount of fire glass needed for your project.

After your fireplace or fire pit is prepped and cleaned, go ahead and pour out your fire glass!

Now ignite your fire, kick back and enjoy great evenings with friends by the warm and dazzling fire!

This video is intended for illustrative purposes only. American Fire Glass assumes no liability for any damage to personal property or physical injury. We always recommend having your installation completed by a licensed or certified contractor. It is also recommended to check with local building codes and regulation before starting any installations.

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