Many homes built within the past 50 years have a zero clearance fireplace. We have tips on how to remodel and update these factory-built fireplaces. It can be as simple and easy as a magnetic refacing that snaps right on. Or you can go more indepth with a custom prefab fireplace door, a steel mantel shelf, and a new gas fireplace log set. Speaking of doors, did you know that you can't put a door meant for masonry fireplaces onto a zero clearance fireplace? You'll learn all of this and more in our blog articles put together with the help of industry experts.
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Indoor fireplaces are a stunning focal point to any home. Restoring or adding one in your humble abode is a fantastic way to enhance its cozy factor during the winter season. Not only does it provide a warm ambiance but boost your home's value as well.
When looking for a fireplace door for your Zero Clearance fireplace, make sure you are buying the correct type of door. Forget going to a big box store - come to Fireplace Doors Online - the experts in fireplaces!
Do you know what type of fireplace opening you have and what glass fireplace door will be compatible with it?
In just five steps you can transform your pre-fab fireplace from drab to fab! We provide instructions, product ideas, and even recipes for all-natural cleaners to help you out!
When purchasing a fireplace door for your masonry fireplace, it's very important to let Fireplace Doors Online know what your hearth position is. We explain exactly why. If you're ever in doubt about what your hearth position is, please give us a call any time at 1-877-373-6677 and we will help you. You can also send us a photo of your fireplace and hearth so that we can get you a snap quote. Within no more than 3 business days, we'll be able to let you know through email exactly what your hearth position is!
Have you been wondering what the purpose of a fireplace hearth is? Why do some fireplaces have hearths and others don't? Fireplace Doors Online answers your questions, and a few more in part one of our Fireplace Hearth series!
In 1968 Heatilator had the number one best selling masonry form fireplace on the market - the Mark 123 fireplace. At the time, these fireplaces were revolutionary in the way they helped you heat your room. And, chances are, if you have a home that was built in the 1970's and you haven't remodeled, then you probably have an old Mark Series Heatilator fireplace in your den, living room, or family room. We'll show you how to update that 1970's look in no time!
Cold weather is coming and do you know what that means? The events you hold at home will transition from your outdoor living space to the indoors, so you’ll want the inside of your home to be every bit as inviting as the outdoors! While you might have a great fire pit or outdoor fireplace outside, it can sometimes be easy to neglect the inside of your home. This can be especially true for your fireplace!
Learn how easy it is to take your prefab fireplace from drab to fab. Cover those unsightly louvers in a safe and coded way with a fireplace refacing at Fireplace Doors Online.