Satin Black Fremont Fireplace Door

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Fremont Fireplace Door

This fireplace door is custom made to your preferences.




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A beautiful fireplace door, this Portland Willamette fireplace door is a customer favorite due to its durability and beauty. It’s very sturdy thanks to the steel frame and easy to install! You won’t have any trouble getting this masonry fireplace door on your fireplace if you have just a little experience with home improvement. The tempered safety glass also comes with a lifetime warranty so you can count on it to last! This is a great, durable fireplace door.

There aren’t many customizations with this Portland Willamette fireplace door, but it’s pretty much perfect the way it is! And, it’s a really affordable fireplace door. It’ll blend in really well with fireplace décor, is easy to install and you can even use our handy fireplace door designer to help get an idea of how this awesome fireplace door will look on your fireplace! Simply select the surround and firebox that looks like yours and see how it looks!

The Fremont makes a great replacement fireplace door for almost any masonry fireplace. 

Features And Benefits

  • 3 3/8" wide by 1" deep main frame made of 16 gauge steel
  • 3/16" smoked tempered safety glass with lifetime warranty
  • Overlap fit door
  • Hidden damper for air flow control
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Free shipping - we just keep saving you money!
  • Uniframe construction for strength and lasting quality.
  • No welded joints
  • All Standard fireplace doors need a hearth to sit on!
  • Do not install these fireplace glass doors on any factory-built firebox, prefabs or any fireplace with ventless gas logs! These are code violations and can cause fires.

The Fremont fireplace door is very easy to install with just a couple tools. You'll need a 5/16" masonry drill bit and a power drill. To secure the fireplace door, you'll need to drill into the mortar joint of your fireplace. (Do not drill into the bricks). It's up and looking great in no time at all!

Do you know what fireplace you have? Make sure before you place your order! Please follow this link to our learning center that will guide you in finding the correct fireplace door for your fireplace.
Use our Fireplace Door Designer to see how this fireplace door would look in your home!

Choose a finish color for your fireplace door.

Finish: Satin Black  

Choose a surround that looks similar to your home's fireplace.

Surround: Rock Surround: Big Rocks Surround: Brick Surround: White Brick Surround: Cement Surround: Black Metal Surround: Ledgestone Surround: Mosaic Tile Surround: Tile Surround: White Marble

Choose which shade of glass you'd like.

Gray Glass (Bifold Shown)

See it in action!


Estimated Lead Time:

Lead Time 4-6 Weeks.
Exceptions may occur due to high order volume or back orders in fireplace season.
Do not forget to add transit time to estimated ship days


Manufacturer's Warranty:

1 year limited warranty on workmanship.
lifetime on glass


  • Made in the United States
  • Steel

Type Of Fireplace

Fireplace Door Can ONLY Be Installed On A:
  • Masonry Fireplace

Inside Fit Or Overlap Fit

Door Is Installed As An:
  • Overlap Fit Door

Fireplace Glass Colors

Glass Colors Available:
  • Smoked Tempered Glass


Very Satisfied

I'm not one to do projects like this. From the description, though, I thought it'd be something I could do. I was able to install it, but it took me a while. I had to borrow a drill from my brother. I'm glad I tried this. It's a nice piece in my den and I'm proud of the work I did.

Great quality! Makes our fireplace look brand new!

I like the look of the darker glass. It was real easy to put up. The lady on the phone was real helpful.

Its a nice solid door. I installed it in about 30 minutes. I ordered the black one on the site and it got here in no time.
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What color is being displayed in the stock photo of the doors?

Asked by Dan Lah | 01-23-2016, 09:31 PM | 1 answer(s)
Last updated on September 7th 2017.