Your fireplace is as old as the house it serves. It’s a masonry fireplace! Learn more about your fireplace and the masonry fireplace doors that go on it by browsing the posts below.
Learn about the differences in the 3 various fireplace door styles available on our website: cabinet, trackless bi-fold, and tracked bi-fold doors. Which one is easier to clean? Which one is great for smaller spaces? Read on to find out what #SeleseKnows!
Have you been wondering why glass doors are used on fireplaces? How can a set of glass doors on your fireplace help you? Fireplace Doors Online answers your questions, and a few more in this post!
The “stile” is a very important piece of your fireplace door. Stiles securely encase the glass panels of your fireplace door. In conjunction with the frame and glass panels, this is what gives your fireplace "style". To gain a better understanding, we're taking a closer look at the anatomy of a fireplace door! Let's decipher between "fireplace style" and "fireplace door stile"!
During the operation of your fireplace, the position of your doors - open or closed - can have a direct impact on the safety and efficiency of your feature. They're not just there to make your fireplace look beautiful, contrary to popular belief. There are several factors that can influence what should and should not be done. Fireplace Doors Online has analyzed this conundrum and is here to provide you with the facts!
Homeowners who have the luxury of enjoying an inviting fireplace or insert in their "castle" have been coming to us for years, seeking custom-made doors! We take joy in providing our customers with something exclusive and individual that is tailored to their specifications. But what is it, exactly, that makes a custom door so wonderful? Fireplace Doors Online is here to explain!
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!
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!
There are many benefits to both ceramic and tempered glass. We'll help you figure out which type of glass you have in your fireplace, wood stove, fireplace insert, or whatever type of heating unit you own. Safely replacing the glass in your heating unit is our top priority, and if after reading our information posted in our blog you still have questions, please feel free to call us and one of our certified fireplace technicians will help you.