Are you looking to enjoy your fireplace with closed doors? We have that option for you! Ceramic glass doors can withstand a greater temperature than tempered glass. Since the ceramic has the ability to withstand the temperatures, you can close your fireplace doors with one of our stylish ceramic glass doors!
We have many options in style, color, finish, and glass tint for you to choose from. So let your creative flag fly! You can choose from our more conservative doors to a flashy door. Whatever you're looking for you can find here!
Pictured to the left is our Ancient Hidden Frame Masonry Fireplace Door! These fireplace doors are a great addition to any room and will bring out your inner Viking! They are rustic and will make any room feel like home but with a twist! Feel free to click on the picture to take you directly to page you can look further into these doors!
In almost every situation, it’s a better idea to keep your fireplace doors open while the fire is going. Not only does it prevent the fireplace doors from getting too hot, but it also allows the heat of the fire in the room to warm it. But, as long as you have a masonry fireplace that has ceramic glass, you can close your doors!
Ceramic glass can withstand temperatures up to 1400°F. The typical masonry fireplace fire only gets up to about 1200°F, so this type of glass can handle the heat. Because of the construction of manufactured fireplaces though, this only works on masonry fireplaces. And, even on your masonry fireplace, it’s a good idea to make sure that the grate and logs be at least 4-6” from the glass. It’s also really important not to burn anything in the fireplace that shouldn’t be there—stick to logs, don’t burn cardboard!
Not sure how to tell the difference between ceramic glass and tempered? The easiest way to tell the difference between these two glass types is in how it breaks. The tempered glass pictured to the left will shatter whereas ceramic glass pictured to the right will crack and break in big pieces.
What is the difference between the ceramic and tempered glass?
Is ceramic glass better?
What is the max temperature ceramic glass can take?
Can I replace the glass in my original doors with ceramic?
I have a gas fireplace which was in the house we bought. The style of glass door you can’t open when operating, yet twice now the tempered glass door has shattered. What am I supposed to do about it?