Will Not Buy Again
September 29, 2010
The only thing that this screen managed to do, was to make sure that our son couldn't get to the pilot flame in the fireplace. Other than that, I am completely disappointed in the quality of the screen. One of the biggest issues is the welding. It seems that with the substandard welding job, the screen is about ready to fall apart. Also, the poor welding makes sure that the legs will not align properly with the rest of the screen in order to screw in the screws. This makes it nearly impossible to attach the legs to the screen properly. Another problem with attaching the legs to the screen was whether or not the package comes with enough hardware to get the job done. Although I did get the proper amount of screws, there was only a single nut in the entire package. A company should not boast about quality control if they can't get the hardware right.